Mukaitaki continues its tradition of providing its guests with the quintessential Japanese ryokan experience.
Upon passing through the entrance of Mukaitaki, one feels as though suddenly transported back through time to a more sophisticated yet uncomplicated era. At Mukaitaki, we strive every day to provide our guests with a wonderful and unique Japanese cultural experience. Each season brings beautiful scenic joys to experience, such as the winter candle flowers blooming nightly in the snowy winter garden. We always look forward to seeing the smiles of our guests and hearing about the good memories of their stay at Mukaitaki.
We are proud to keep Japanese tradition and culture alive.
In 1996, the Japanese government officially recognized Mukaitaki's architecture and construction, as well as national historic and cultural significance.
Enjoy the special seasonal Wasyoku of Aizu.
We use only the best and freshest natural ingredients in our cooking, and we make every effort to promote the natural flavors of the main dishes without adding any chemicals or excess seasoning. We want our guests to know the true flavor of the seasons.
The Kitsune hotspring was originally used in feudal Japan by the lord
of the Aizu area.
These three hot springs are privately owned by Mukaitaki, so the water temperature is maintained using 100% natural methods. No chemicals are added to enhance the natural chemistry of hot spring salts. Please relax in the natural hot spring flowing directly from the source. Your body will be thoroughly warmed up and your skin will feel pleasantly tingly for hours afterwards.
The natural hot spring water is changed and polished every day, so you can enjoy a very hygienic and fresh hot spring.
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Japan National Tourism Organization
|With an impressive history, a traditional Japanese atmosphere, delicious meals and tranquil surroundings, Mukaitaki is definitely worth a stay at for those interested in visiting the Aizu region!
There are many incredible destinations in Japan that most travelers may not know about. In this video series, we introduce these off the beaten path destinations.
Geigi at Aizu-Higashiyama
Filmed with the cooperation of Higashiyama Onsen Mukaitaki.
Please see the links below for more information.
Tsurugajo Castle: https://www.japan.travel/en/spot/1757/
Aizu Samurai Mansion: https://www.japan.travel/en/spot/409/
Higashiyama Onsen: https://www.japan.travel/en/spot/1761/