About the ryokan (traditional Japanese inn):
Name of the ryokan: GRANDIA HOUSEN
Features of the ryokan：Grandia Housen is proud of our Japanese style garden, where you can feel the seasons change, and our popular large public bath, Tenjo no SPA, which you can view the country landscape from the 5th floor.
There are 115 rooms available at Grandia Housen, of which
16 rooms are KOTOBUKI-TEI with private onsen;
14 rooms are YUTOROGI-TEI with private onsen.
We also have spacious Japanese-style rooms which are suitable for groups and families. Guests could choose according to their own preferences.
We especially recommend Echizen crab in winter.
Throughout the year, we use fresh ingredients and seafood from Hokuriku region to prepare exquisite cuisine.
In fact, there are three landladies who are working at Grandia Housen now. Senior landlady, landlady (me) and Junior landlady are working hard together to provide the best hospitality to our guests.
It is quite special that landlady in three generations are working together at the same Ryokan!
Recommended schedule of staying： How about staying at Grandia Housen for 3 days and 2 nights as a base for the trip to Kanazawa and Kyoto?
It only takes 1 hour by car or 40 minutes by JR from Grandia Housen to Kanazawa and 2 hours by car or 1.5 hours by JR from Grandia Housen to Kyoto, which is very convenient.
You can enjoy Kaiseki-Ryori (a traditional Japanese multi-course haute cuisine) at Grandia Housen on the first day and can free to go other places on the second day.
Please feel free to contact us if you need any further information.
Words to overseas guests：
Although Fukui Prefecture is not a metropolis like Tokyo or Osaka, it still has its uniqueness and is like an original landscape of Japan.
Seafood such as Echizen crab and sweet shrimp are also very delicious!
It is also very convenient to visit Kanazawa or Kyoto from Grandia Housen. We will be very pleased to welcome you as our guest.
If you meet me at Grandia Housen, please say hello to me and let’s take a photo together!