RoomCritic Hotel Photo of the Week | Beniya Mukayu Hotel Japan

RoomCritic Hotel Photo of the Week | Beniya Mukayu Hotel Japan

Drum roll please… This weeks #roomcritic Instagram ‘hotel photo of the week’ on roomcritic.com comes from Bawa Tours (@bawatours) for their beautiful shot of the rustic bathroom at Beniya Mukayu べにや無何有 hotel in Japan.

Beautifully designed by architect Kiyoshi Sey Takeyama, the concept of the hotel is built around the words “Empty rooms fill with light” from the famous Chinese philosopher Zhuangzi,who lived 2,300 years ago. His words signify that a mind entirely free of everything exists in a place of nothing. Kiyoshi Sey Takeyama has achieved a truly stunning look at Beniya Mukayu entirely based around emptiness.

Beniya Mukayu is a small boutique hotel with seventeen rooms. Eight Japanese-style rooms, two Western-style rooms, six Japanese/Western-style rooms and one Suite Room. We’ll be sure to feature this stunning hotel soon on roomcritic.com, in the meantime take a look at the small gallery of photos tagged to #beniyamukayu by @bawatours on Instagram.

Tag your Instagram hotel photos with #roomcritic to add them to the RoomCritic hotel photo gallery. Each week we select a new photo to feature across our social network and website.

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