The "chair" is without legs, with just a cushion and a back rest.
The bedding - futon - is folded away during the day.
A dramatic sky from the window:
Tatami flooring, a mat traditionally made of rice straw and in standard sizes:
Slippers are available everywhere, since the footwear must be taken off at the door quite everywhere in Japan. Though, four pairs for two ladies? Plus one pair inside the toilet, of course. That is always separate.
Tea and some cakes are always waiting in hotel rooms. This cake is filled with bean paste. Delicious! A dessert with bean paste may sound strange. Azuki are red beans used as a filling for Japanese sweets.
And this is the futon. I love sleeping in the traditional way, it is very comfortable.