Wakasa Bettei

Opened in 2014, Wakasa Bettei is a traditional Japanese inn located in a city of Japan named Nara. Nara was once known as an ancient capital of Japan. The area has nearby temples and artworks that date back to the 8th century.

The ryokan is near to tourist attractions Nara Park, which is known for its deers, Kofukuji, and the notable World Heritage Site, which is the Todai-ji Temple

The rooms of Wakasa Bettei are designed based on traditional Japanese style, which gives the area a sense of culture and aesthetic ringing from the past. Its rooms are complete in tatami mat flooring and adequate spacing.

The ryokan also offers Western-style rooms that still sprinkle a hint of Japanese elements. They have a total of 11 rooms, which cost around 10,000 to 50,000 JPY per night, including private open-air baths.
Wakasa Bettei serves its guests meals in their dining hall located on the first floor of the inn. The meals of the inn also reminisce the tales of old like its whole traditional interior. Their dinner is called kaiseki, known as a multi-course meal with its focus on seasonal ingredients and seafood sourced from local markets of Japan.
Wakasa Bettei offers facilities like its public bath, which is located on their top floor. While bathing, guests can have a panoramic view of the scenery, including the famed Mt. Wakakusa. This is to ensure the relaxation of the guests and also to have a fun time in Japan. There are also small baths, which are ceramic and wooden.
The ryokan can be reached by rides coming from Kansai International Airport, Osaka International Airport, and stations in Nagoya, Kyoto, and Tokyo.

Is this place ryokan only or ryokan with an onsen? Onsen Ryokan

Does this ryokan have private onsen (hot spring)? Yes

Is there a communal shared public bath? Yes

Price range (yen) 10,000-50,000