"Matsukaze" was originally built in Oiso to serve as the second house of the Kurodas (a former group of domain lords), in order for them to entertain the Meiji Emperor.
Matsukaze was relocated to Jinya by the Mitsui Group in the early 20th century. The effort invested by the Kurodas can be seen in the highly-skilled techniques and the luxurious layout they have employed for this lavishly-constructed house.
Despite the fact that more than a hundred years has passed since it was built, Matsukaze still holds a profound and majestic presence thanks to the floorboards, columns and glass windows that have been preserved to this day. An outdoor cypress bathtub has been recently installed, providing constant and 100% pure hot-spring water that contains one of the highest concentrations of calcium in the world. The room was previously used as a banquet hall but, as of March, it has been renovated in order to accomodate staying guests.
|Facility||telephone, kettle, tea, hairdryer (only in limited number of rooms or on demand), humidifier (on demand), private air conditioning, toilet with water spray and bidet functions (only in limited number of rooms)
*70% of our rooms are equipped with a LAN internet cable connection. If you would like to stay in a room with a LAN internet cable connection, please let us know at the time of your reservation.
* In order to have non-every day enjoyed, television is not installed in the room.
The visitor who needs television needs to tell to a front.
|Amenity||Bar of soap, body soap, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste and toothbrush, razor, shower cap, comb, hair brush, towels, bathrobe, slippers|