The Inari Inn

Shirogane Ward 4 Plot 44 - Zodiark


This hidden gem tucked away in the hills surrounding Kagune offers quiet respite from the hustle and bustle of the city below.


A traditional Hingan restaurant offering a wide selection of local cuisine, wines and spirits.

Rules of etiquette

Please read our full list of house rules


Owned and ran by Hingan local Narukai Saito this cozy inn in the region of Kugune offers a relaxing atmosphere away from the din of the city to both Hingan and Eorzean alike.
Named after the kami of rice, sake, and foxes it features both an indoor and outdoor hot spring, fully licenced restaurant and two cozy inn rooms, making this endearing little Ryokan the perfect place to relax.
Other facilities include a traditional Hingan water garden and stable.

Rooms are 1500 gil per night and includes breakfast as well as full use of the onsen facilities.

Price for the onsen facilities alone is 150 gil per person.


A fully licensed restaurant offering a wide selection of traditional food and drink. Vegetarian and vegan options available
We advise pre-booking to avoid disappointment

Please be aware that the breakfast menu is only available to those staying overnight at the inn

For the full list of our dishes and drink prices please see the following links:

Rules of etiquette

The rules of etiquette are to insure the continued enjoyment of the facilities by all our guests. Failure to do so may result in being barred from the inn.

Please be mindful of the other guests when using the inn. This includes putting away weapons and minions and keeping voices down and please do not abuse the staff no matter how tempting. All races are welcome in the Inari inn and that includes certain fish-like beast tribes.

We at the Inari inn understand that sensibilities in the west differ to those in the east so to ensure patrons enjoyment swimwear is mandatory during house hours. After house hours this rule is somewhat lapsed and swimwear is optional. Towels and flannels can also be provided if you do not have a swimsuit. We would also like to remind patrons to shower before and after using the onsen this is for hygiene purposes. No swimwear is to be worn in the restaurant.

We would also like to remind guests there is a strict no sexual activity rule anywhere in the onsen facilities.