Multipurpose Room Kaiya-no-Ma
This tatami-floored room connecting to the entrance hall is a space of Shinzen symbolizing the Hakujukan.
The room is particularly inviting before or after meals, or just before a good night’s rest. Cushions are provided to help achieve tranquil meditation. These practices gained at the Hakujukan will be an ideal memento to bring home.
*Zen-related events for staying guests are also planned.
Open Bath Kosuikai
Path of Zen
The Path of Zen is a gallery occupying the path from the entrance hall to the cafeteria. Stories of Japanese Buddhist founder Dogen Zenji, calligraphy and ink wash paintings of the season, and other works will be displayed.
There is a small souvenir shop in front of the reception. Products such as sesame tofu and rice from Eiheiji-cho “Eibokan”, Wakasa-painted chopsticks from Fukui’s specialty, and Japanese sweets from “Hakujukan” are on sale.