An approximately 8m high corridor where you will feel as if you were taking a nature walk.
This corridor is a Senjuan symbol.
The wall is made of local Gunma clay and contains straw, fibers and chips of iron oxide.
A tatami mat made of fine stainless steel fibers woven together.
It can be found on the floor of the platform in the entrance hall.
Sliding doors made by artisans from Niigata using cypress, cedar and zelkova.
They can be found in the entrance hall and the entrances of the guest rooms.
Decorative pattern made by dripping ink directly onto clay walls and planks of cedar.
They can be found on the ceiling of the restaurant and the entrance hall.
Decorative pattern made by painting Japanese or Warlon paper with pulverized seashells and then combing lines through it.
They are used in the indirect lighting throughout the hotel.
The three-dimensional appearing work of Eriko Horiki was provided through use of laminated Japanese paper and creates a warm atmosphere.
It can be found displayed above the automatic door of the entrance hall.
Art work consisting of sketches and characters.
The work of Nobuko Kawahara is painted on the wall of the corridor and is approximately 40m long and depicts the passage of the four seasons in space and time.