Yado Shiontei

Japanese / English

Forget the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Appreciate the creations and arts woven by modern craftsmen such as traditional Japanese architecture, garden, gallery, and tea rooms.

Private gallery displaying works of Living National Treasure.

White porcelain with an infinitely transparent background.
The soft rounded chamfer beautifully reveals the illusion of light and shadow.
Please appreciate the precious works that are considered to be the treasures that represent Japan to your heart's content.

Akihiro Maeda Living National Treasure Ceramic Artist

In 2013, he became the first resident of Tottori Prefecture to be recognized as an Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure).
His white porcelain works have won numerous awards at exhibitions in Japan and abroad.

A garden with "green magical power"

A natural garden that dramatically changes its appearance from each four seasons, day and night.
Landscaping craftsmen led by a gardener known as "Japan's best gardener"

Toshio Sakamoto Gardener

A natural garden that dramatically changes its appearance from each four seasons, day and night.
Landscaping craftsmen led by a gardener known as "Japan's best gardener"

Development of new ideas based on the standards of past Japanese architecture

With the beauty of Japanese Architecture, the inn was created from the unique sensibility and technology of the architect.
In its appearance, the spirit of Yado Shiontei that combine a new design without disconnecting from traditional Japanese design.

Hiroshi Matsuba Inn Architect

The inn designer who is creating a modern-day legend of renewal
He is a representative director of A.K Co., Ltd.
He has appeared in numerous media, including TBS's "jonetsu tairiku".

Tearoom

Experience the japanese time woven by a local tea ceremony artist in a magnificent space using chizu
cedar, which is a timber produced in Tottori Prefecture.

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