NIPPONIA No. 39 December 15, 2006


Special Featuresp_star.gifWelcome to the Land of Hospitality

Traditional Hospitality in Japan

Maids greeting guests when they arrive.

If you want to experience the best of hospitality in Japan, what better place than a traditional Japanese inn? And you might as well stay at the best. That would be Kagaya, at Wakura Onsen Spa facing the Sea of Japan. For 26 years in a row, Kagaya has been voted the best overall by the travel industry's promotion, Japan's 100 Best Hotels and Ryokan, Selected by Professionals. Founded in 1906, Kagaya carries on the traditions of old Japan, offering an enjoyable cultural experience and personalized service. It is located on the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture.

Written by Sanada Kuniko
Photos by Sugawara Chiyoshi