No iron in the room - you have to ask for one. I think this is because the room is so small, there literally is not room for an iron and board. The closet is the smallest I've ever seen. Barely room to hang up a coat, 2 pairs of pants, and two shirts for two people. The portions served at the restaurant left us very hungry and we are not typical Americans - we don't eat all that much. The restaurant was also ridiculously overpriced for what they give you. And don't order the bread. It's definitely not their specialty. We were desperate for some good bread toward the end of our stay, so we found a "French" bakery on one of the bottom two floors of the department store down the road. There was a cheese shop there, too. They kept us from going out of our minds. You can only eat so much rice and miso soup during a 17 day stay before you just want to explode or die.
Near a beautiful Japanese garden and rooms have nice, contemporary design. Glass between the bathroom and bedroom that lets you flip a switch to either have a clear view out the window, or opaque privacy. Toiletries are high-quality. The staff is very nice.