119 years after the Meiji era,
SHOUEIKAN will be revived as an inn limited to one group per day.
This building, which currently houses the naval restaurant Shoeikan, was built as an annex to the inn Shoeikan, which opened in 1909, and was used by many former Navy personnel, including Heihachiro Togo, the first chief of the Maizuru Naval Base. It was a long-established inn that was used by the navy. In 2024, after more than 120 years, this historic place, which still retains the vestiges of those days, will be revived as an inn limited to one group per day. We hope that you will be able to experience with all five senses the quaint inn called "Shoeikan" that has been around since the Meiji era, and the historic place of Maizuru.We hope that your stay at Shoeikan will be special, with our heartfelt hospitality that is only available to one group. We welcome you.
A modern space that harmonizes old and modern with the atmosphere of the Meiji era.
Enjoy a quiet time surrounded by artwork, antiques, and antique furniture.
The entrance on the first floor has a traditional dirt floor style.Go to the second floor where your room is located through a special door that only guests can enter.
The "tokonoma" is decorated with seasonal flowers and beautifully shaped vases. This is a traditional hospitality space where you can feel the beauty of a Japanese house in harmony with nature in a formal Japanese room (tatami room).
The room is gently partitioned with shoji screens and sliding doors, letting in just the right amount of light and wind, allowing you to spend your time in comfort and calm.
The dining room is a blend of Japanese and Western tradition and innovation, with elements of the Meiji era sprinkled throughout. Enjoy carefully selected delicious dinners and breakfasts in a different space that smells of history. Enjoy the performance right in front of you.
A calm bedroom with a Taisho romance style feel, including stately lighting and interior design. A comfortable king-sized bed invites you to sleep comfortably.