Private Room


Jyodan no Ma (Raised Floor Room)

The "Jyodan no Ma" (Raised Floor Room) is a prestigious room with a raised floor, traditionally used to welcome feudal lords (daimyo) during their official travels, such as the Sankin-kotai. Today, it has been transformed into a special space with carpeting, tables, and chairs, perfect for dining and private gatherings.

As a symbol of our building, which once served as the main inn (honjin) of Komoro-juku station town, this special room can be exclusively reserved as a private room for distinguished guests. Guests can enjoy the comfort of modern amenities while keeping their shoes on.

Please consider using our private rooms for business entertainment, meet-and-greets, and other private dining occasions.

Each room accommodates up to 6 guests, with a room charge of ¥11,000 (tax included) for 2 hours.

When two rooms are connected, up to 14 guests can be accommodated, with a charge of ¥16,500 (tax included).

Single Room

Seating Capacity
Up to 6 guests
Room Charge (2 hours)
Meal: ¥11,000 (tax included) / Meeting: ¥22,000 (tax included)

Connecting Rooms

Two rooms separated by fusuma (traditional Japanese sliding doors with a wooden frame covered with paper or cloth on both sides) can be connected to create a larger private room.

Seating Capacity
Up to 14 guests
Room Charge (2 hours)
Meal: ¥16,500 (tax included) / Meeting: ¥33,000 (tax included)


  • Equipped with gas fan heater and air conditioning
  • Power outlets and guest Wi-Fi available
  • High chairs for children available
  • Guests can keep their shoes on while using the room
  • Cancellations made after 7:00 PM two business days prior to the reservation date will incur a 100% charge of the room fee and meal cost. Please contact us for more details.

Family Introductions

"Okao-Awase," which literally means "faces meeting," is a traditional Japanese custom where the families of a bride and groom meet before the wedding to get to know each other and build a harmonious relationship. This important event helps both families to connect and share a special moment together, fostering mutual understanding and respect.

We assist in creating a harmonious family introductions for both families with our private rooms filled with historical charm and heartfelt cuisine.

Seating Arrangement

Families will be seated around a square table. There are no strict rules for seating arrangements during family introductions, but the general seating example is as follows:

  • The seat furthest from the entrance and closest to the tokonoma (alcove) is the honored seat, where the groom's father sits. Opposite him sits the bride's father.
  • From the honored seat, the order is father, mother, and then the individual themselves.
  • If there are circumstances such as the presence of small children, families may agree on a different seating arrangement.

Shichi-Go-San Celebration

"Shichi-Go-San," which translates to "Seven-Five-Three," is a traditional Japanese custom celebrated on (or around) November 15th. It is a rite of passage for children who are three, five, and seven years old, marking their growth and praying for their health and well-being. Families visit shrines to offer prayers, and the children dress in traditional clothing for the occasion.

Our private rooms are also available for Shichi-Go-San celebration meals.