Kunie Komori (National living treasure)
5 min on foot from Daikokuya’s main building.
CERAMIC DISPLAY ROOM
Each month we install various ceramic and earthenware items here.
This room is available as a private dining space for groups of 5–8 people.
KISHIO SUGA SOUKO MUSEUM
Souko Museum is a permanent exhibition space devoted to Kishio Suga’s work.
We offer guided tours each morning, visiting the Souko Museum and 5 gardens designed by Suga for his installations and sculpture.
- CONTEMPORARY ART AND DAIKOKUYA
Daikokuya was one of the first traditional Japanese ryokans to incorporate contemporary art into its interior and surroundings. At Daikokuya, we believe that encounters with art can enhance everyday life. We invite you to leave behind your worries and reestablish a connection with your mind and body at Daikokuya, in a beautiful balance of nature and art.