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Romantic Honeymoon Package now available

Posted on: 7月 18th, 2018

 

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Enjoy a romantic escape at Beniya Mukayu with our new Honeymoon package.

Relax in the peaceful atmosphere of Beniya Mukayu and enjoy hot springs to soothe the body and calm the mind. Spend special time with your loved one and receive a bottle of sparkling sake, fresh fruit platter and Japanese flower bouquet in room on arrival and a couples amenity package to share together back home. Complimentary late check out at 12:00 included.

We look forward to welcoming you and your loved one at Beniya Mukayu to share special and long lasting memories.

Reservations may be made directly by contacting us at beniya@mukayu.com or via the website.

 

To Our Guests

Due to the ongoing renovation of our soon to be opened new suite "Byakuroku" on August 11th there may be some minor disruption between the hours of 11:00 - 16:00 to any stay with us during this time.

We apologise for any disruption to your stay and appreciate your kind understanding in this matter.

We trust that you will enjoy your stay with us and we look forward to welcoming you at Beniya Mukayu

Mr & Mrs Nakamichi

Sake Pairing Menu Available

Posted on: 5月 12th, 2018

 

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A stay in Japan would not be complete without tasting the uniquely Japanese drink, sake. Brewed by over 1,600 small scale sake breweries in Japan alone, it has been and continues to be an integral part of Japanese culture. The array offered can make choosing extremely difficult.

Our newly introduced Sake Pairing Menu offers guests the opportunity to try a curated collection of three sakes, handpicked by our in-house Sommelier, during the Kaiseki dinner at Beniya Mukayu.

Menu is available to reserve when booking via the website at least three days in advance.

 

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Welcoming our new Byakuroku Terrace Suite in Early August 2018

Empty rooms fill with light and a mind entirely free of everything exists in a place of nothing. Located on the former site of the main hall of Yakuoin Onsenji, the main temple of five on Japan's sacred Mount Hakusan, Beniya Mukayu nurtures a close relationship with Hakusan or Sacred White Mountain and Yakushiyama (Healing Buddha’s Mountain), cherished for its high spirituality and a place for healing amongst pristine nature and hot springs.

Byakuroku, meaning "white green" is an opportunity to reimagine the old Yakushiyama, the area of the old Yakuoin Osenji Temple on which Beniya Mukayu is situated. Immerse yourself in the beauty of Mukayu's natural garden and hot springs, clear your mind and tune the senses into the rhythms of nature.

Specifications:
●1st floor views of Mukayu's natural Japanese garden with camellia and Japanese maples.
●Large tatami and bamboo living room, terrace with floor to ceiling sliding doors, twin bedroom, double vanity bathroom and walk-in shower and miniature moss garden
●Shoin library and working space with day bed
●Walk-in closet.
●Natural open air hot spring bath.
●Approximately 100 m².
●Dining in our Horin restaurant
●Complimentary wireless Internet access.

Details are subject to change. Room information will be updated from time to time.

Yamashiro Daidengaku at Beniya Mukayu

Posted on: 5月 4th, 2017

 

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At Beniya Mukayu we are holding Yamashiro Daidengaku on 24 June and 01 July.

You can enjoy a preview of this unique and intricate dance exclusively at our hotel

Performances start: 21:00
Duration: 15 minutes.
At Kaiseki Horin dining terrace. (weather restricting, the performance will be in the dining room)

Enjoy this wonderful dance performance during dinner or come after to enjoy this spectacle.

Daidengaku local event happening 28 & 29 July. Stay at Beniya Mukayu over 24 June and 01 July and enjoy the essence of this performance.

Daidengaku, a popular dance in the Heian period, has been resurrected in the form of a traditionally inspired dance by Nomura Manjo, a famous Kyogen actor. The Daidengaku has been resurrected and influenced by new forms of international and traditional Japanese music and dance.

The dance incorporates elaborate and colourful costumes as actors dance a mysterious and intricate dance whilst the sound of music and drums fills the air building to a crescendo as the dancers recreate the essence of this famous dance!

 

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The beginning of Spring has arrived and with it access to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Shirakawa-go from Beniya Mukayu is now easier than ever. New routes from Kanazawa mean this richly preserved and traditional Japanese village is even more accessible.

Travel from Beniya Mukayu to Kanazawa's architectural masterpiece of a train station and from there take one of 10 Express buses a day to enjoy the heritage site of Shirakawa-go. In only 80 minutes you could be experiencing this heritage site and beauty of it surrounding landscape, preserved in time and a gem to behold.

Delight in the profusion of Sakura Cherry Blossoms that bloom from Mid-April or visit during late May to enjoy the annual rice planting festival.

Contact beniya@mukayu.com for further details.

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Fresh Green Season 2017

Posted on: 3月 17th, 2017

 

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Cherry Blossom gives way to an explosion of vibrant greens, rivers burst into life and lush vegetation blankets the surrounding landscape to reveal the Kaga area in all its stunning splendour. A time of fresh new season produce and bountiful seafood, indulge your senses and savour the tastes of the finest Japanese Kaiseki cuisine.

Enjoy this Summer season at Beniya Mukayu with our renewed Unique Experiences this Fresh Green Season and experience an undiscovered Japan. Go foraging for wild wasabi and shitake mushrooms or simply discover nature with our newly tailored Japanese Painting and Walking tour.
Book directly or contact us at beniya@mukayu.com for further details.

 

The light-up schedule in Shirakawa-go has been released.
Relax in Beniya Mukayu and enjoy the world heritage, Shiralawa-go.
It takes about 2 hours by car from our hotel.
Details as follow:

1st event Sunday,January 22 Wada house vicinity, Myozen-ji Temple vicinity, west side vicinity, Kanmachi vicinity, Shitagoso vicinity
2nd event Monday,January 23 Wada house vicinity, Myozen-ji Temple vicinity, west side vicinity, Kanmachi vicinity, Shitagoso vicinity
3rd event Sunday,January 29 Wada house vicinity, Myozen-ji Temple vicinity, west side vicinity, Kanmachi vicinity, Shitagoso vicinity
4th event Monday,January 30 Wada house vicinity, Myozen-ji Temple vicinity, west side vicinity, Kanmachi vicinity, Shitagoso vicinity
5th event Sunday,February 5 Wada house vicinity, Myozen-ji Temple vicinity, west side vicinity, Kanmachi vicinity, Shitagoso vicinity
6th event Monday,February 6 Wada house vicinity, Myozen-ji Temple vicinity, west side vicinity, Kanmachi vicinity, Shitagoso vicinity

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Thomas Ruff (born in 1958 in Zell am Harmersbach, Germany) has been a leading figure in contemporary photography since the 1990s when he emerged as part of the Becher School. Along with Andreas Gursky and Thomas Struth, Ruff studied photography with Bernd and Hilla Becher at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf.
The exhibition introduces a wide range of works by this world-renowned photographer, stretching from his earliest efforts to his most recent and never-before-shown photographs. Ruff was first acclaimed for a series of huge two-meter-high portraits. Since then, he has explored a variety of themes, including architecture, urban landscapes, nudes, and celestial bodies. Through these subjects, he has developed a unique vision of the world we live in.
The medium of photography, closely entwined with our vision and perception, is another important theme in Ruff’s work. He searches for new possibilities in photographic expression using a multitude of images as his materials. These not only include Ruff’s own pictures but everything from digital images from the Internet to old photographs he has collected.
This exhibition consists of a total of 18 series, approximately 160 works, including Ruff’s first effort Interieurs; Porträts, which earned him widespread acclaim; cassini and ma.r.s., inspired by his boyhood interest in outer space; and nude and jpeg, which examine visual and information spaces in the age of the Internet, and his most recent photographs, press ++.
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Mondays (Open on Jan 2, 3, 9), Jan 10

Tesla destination charger

Posted on: 10月 7th, 2016

 

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We installed a Tesla charger at Beniya Mukayu, this is the first place in Ishikawa prefecture to place Tesla destination charger.
From Osaka to Beniya Mukayu is 250km,Nagoya to Beniya Mukayu is 200km and the tesla car is able to run 500km.
From these two places you don’t need to warry about the battery running out and enjoy your drive with Tesla car.
For the guest to charge it is complimentary.