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. . . is pointless because I stayed here in 2004 maybe, and obviously, with the tsunami and all, things have changed a lot. However allow me to reminisce . . .
When I stayed here, the hotel had some kind of 'ryokan' package for...More
Stayed here to visit friends who live in the area. It is located in the center of town near a convenience store and a few restaurants. Kamaishi is a small fishing/industrial sort of town. It was hit by the 2011 tsunami, but the immediate area...More
No problems with our room as far as heating was concerned, a bit too warm at night and the window open a jar. This was November.
Good breakfast with good coffee. Parking is free if you get it into one of the slots behind the...More
We stayed at the Sun Route on two very cold January nights. The beds and pillows were hard as stone which is often the case in Japanese hotels. The room was also quite cold and since one of the twin beds was right below the...More
The tsunami killed 800 in Kamaishi and devastated the hotel's neighborhood. The lobby was under 6 meters of water. Today, it's clean, no trace of damage in the lobby. Room was fine. The staff today was the staff then. They are a hell of a...More
US$56 - US$125 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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