Everything on the practical side.
The 'room' was a small flat, spacious with a large wardrobe.
Clean towels, sheets and covers in the closets, a small kitchen, which didn't have any pots and pans, or other kitchen ware, but I borrowed some from the young girl who looks after the rooms.
A desk, chair, a small table with two chairs, the layout of th... what people say » e flat was fantastic, better than its sister guesthouse, the Shimabara.
Bathroom, sink and toilet separated into each their space, but it worked well. -
I just LOVE the bathroom! There's a modern hi-tech bathtub with which you can press a few buttons and have the water ready at the right temperature and at the right level. It can even keep the water warm! The ventilation system and toliet are also amazing.
The hotel is located in a quiet residential area and you can take bus to go to sightseeing places. There are a few temples round the corner and creates a very good atmosphere. There's also a public bath within a 5-minute walk distance. We gav