Umeyashiki Ryokan is located on a hill in the heart of the peaceful Nikko a six minute walk from the vermillion-lacquered Shinkyo Bridge. There are many ume (Japanese plum) trees in the garden at the old site of Kosho-an completed by Osho Santei at the old site of Rinnoji-ji Temple gate in 1857. This gave birth to our name of “Umeyashiki” (lit: “Japanese Plum Residences”). You will find Ogurayama Natural Botanical Garden to the east; the 2,000 meter Nikko Reiho to the north; Toshogu Shrine and Rinno-ji Temple appearing in the middle of the forest to the west; and seasonal flowers blooming in a large garden to the view of the distant Kanto Plain from the city to the south. Please make sure to enjoy a visit here.