This is a lovely, family-run ryokan. When we arrived, we had a hot onsen bath waiting for us. The room was clean and had everything we needed, including some complimentary drinks and a snack. Not luxury, but quality. Had considered staying in a ryokan on Miyajima, but so glad we chose this place. Only 2 more stops on the train, and much more intimate than the more touristy Miyajima.
We booked before we knew it had the 2 Michelin stars, but were even more excited to stay here once we found out. The Chef is amazing. Dinner was so so good, but breakfast blew my expectations away. These meals alone made it worth the stay. I recommend staying two nights so you can try both the Japanese and Western breakfast (which still included japanese curry and rice - yum!).
Next time we visit Japan, we will make a special trip back here.