Dec 6, 2019
Nestled in Tottori's countryside, is a place reminiscent of Pooh's Hundred Acres Woods. It is Ooevalley, the place to unwind after a day's adventures in Tottori.
Snuggle in treehouse cabin beds, soak in a traditional Japanese wooden bath, or simply sit quietly at cafe-like booth seats before falling asleep on Simmons beds... Each of the room types here is comfortable in its own way.
Thoughtful amenities* like Japanese roomwear, Japanese drip coffee and sweets, and Japanese air purifier enhance this restful atmosphere.
Irori, the hotel's restaurant, serves up heartwarming meals. The name Irori means traditional sunken hearth, which guests sit around to cook and eat together. Come savour refreshing vegetables, tender Tottori chicken, crunchy persimmon tempura, juicy marbled Tottori wagyu beef, seasonal chestnut rice, and more!
Beyond delicious, meals here are heartwarming because of the people. The staff exemplify omotenashi --'omote’ means public face and ‘nashi’ means nothing (without pretense), together the word means honest, heartfelt service.
Like the many adventures of Pooh in Hundred Acres Woods, how about going on adventures in Tottori with Ooevalley as your base? Link to hotel's website below.
*We stayed at a mid-range room (Superior) with the aforementioned amenities.
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