This was a very comfortable former-ryokan-turned cafe. The rooms are like individual apartments with tatami rooms, and the baths are onsen but they're pretty much private (you can use them by yourself). My hosts were very hospitable, held great conversation, and showered me with delicious food and coffee. The scenery around the place is also spectacular, with a therapeutic walking trail by the lake nearby. There are shops in the neighborhood where you can buy local sake, which the region is famous for. The only constructive criticism I can give is that they seem a bit new to Airbnb, and are easier to contact by phone than by email/message. The location given on Airbnb is also inaccurate - a couple km away from the actual location whose address was not given to me, so I wasn't able to arrive at the time I'd planned, and had to cycle up steep hills in the summer heat to meet with my host who then showed me the way. If they update the location, say, to Imori lake, which is closer, that should solve the problem! Those points aside, I would love to stay again. They were excellent hosts.