Ryokan Shourinkaku

 
 

Would you like some local juwari soba in your Aizu travel?


Syourinkaku Ryokan, built on a mountain the North-East of the Aizu region, oversees the beautiful castle city with its ever-changing panorama.
Syourinkaku, in Japanese, means "pavilion of the pine forest", because of the trees out of whose wood the walls of the Ryokan were built over the span of six years.The comfortable wooden rooms lead to an amazing view of the Aizu basin, which is especially beautiful at night.
Surrounding the Ryokan is a peaceful, relaxing atmosphere reminiscent of feudal Japan's streets.
Anyone who loves traveling, will love staying at Syourinkaku.