Be aware that this is a very traditional Ryokan with rooms with beach views. Primarily used by Japanese tourists who go see the nearby Married Rocks sight. Standards are very traditional Japanese and may not meet international travelers' expectations (no English, Japanese only breakfast, shared toilets on the room's floor and basic onsen on the first floor, no food for the evening). You do however have Wifi, TV, a thermos for hot water, and free parking. When we visited the place (end of December) there were no restaurants nearby and only a minimart. Overall, I found it a little expensive (around $250 per night) for the whole package. But if you want to experience a very basic Ryokan with a great beach view, then this is your place.