Tama Ryokan has eight rooms. Half of them are in Japanese style -- i.e., with tatami flooring and shoji (paper screen) doors. Except for one western-style room used for solo travelers, only futons are used for bedding. There is air-conditioning and heating in all of the rooms. Note that the website names /rooms/, not /types/ of rooms. The ryokan is not a large hotel. It is a family business. We have free WiFi. We do not have a curfew. Some facilities are shared - there is a bath/shower area on the first floor, and one toilet on each floor. Some of the building dates from the immediate post-WW II, and is mostly wooden. It faces out onto a small and not very busy parking lot across a narrow (one-car) lane with little traffic. There can be some street noise from a bar up the lane, on weekend nights, from crowds of students leaving nearby restaurants. If you are sensitive to noise when trying to sleep at night, please tell us so that we can, if possible, arrange a quieter room. Room Details: Ichigo - Usually a solo-traveler room, not Japanese style, but with a lockable door, good air-con, small window, regular bed. Matsu - This room is slightly larger than Kame, and gets more indirect sunlight. It can accommodate one couple (one double size futon) or two single futons comfortably.It can accommodate 3 single futons in a pinch Kame - This is a small room, but it is our prettiest one. It can accommodate one couple (one double size futon) comfortably. With two single size futons, the space is manageable with the futons folded and stacked, but only if you donnt have much l Hachi-jo - This is our largest room. (Hachi-jo is, literally;eight tatami mats.) It can accommodate three single size futons, or two double size futons, pretty easily, and has taken up to 5 - a tight squeeze. Tsuru - This room is slightly smaller than Kame, and has no oshire (closet for bedding storage). It gets the morning sun. Its in a corner of the building, so its fairly quiet (except for some foot traffic in the lane outside) Mutsumi - This is a small room, not Japanese style. It can accommodate one couple (one double size futon) comfortably. With two single size futons, the space is manageable with the futons folded and stacked, but only if you do not have much luggage Ikkai - This room is in the back of the ryokan, in a corner, making it one of our quieter rooms. It is not Japanese style but is otherwise nicely appointed. It is conveniently close to the ground floor toilet and shower room.