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This hotel was severely damaged by the tsunami that hit on 3/11 effectively wiping out the first two floors. They have obviously since rebuilt and it is a fabulous establishment. Take in views of the bay and enjoy some tremendous food. A few of the...More
Severely hit by the great earthquake but recovered with enthusiasm. Warm welcome by madam and the staff, and great food featuring fresh seafood. Surrounded by beautiful nature
I am writing this review on a rainy day, while sitting in Houraikan's restaurant and overlooking the Pacific ocean. Lunch is a sashimi set meat at about 1500 yen. This ryokan style hotel has tatami rooms, vending machines, laundry machines (which are amazingly, free to...More
It was a delight from beginning to end. I arrived late evening, was picked up at the station by the proprietress and fell in love with the hotel at first sight. It was modern yet Japanese in design, and service was warm and sincere, and...More
A very pleasant stay at Houraikan. The owner (女将) is a very hospitable lady and welcomed us at the carpark. Other services are what you can expect from a top-notch ryokan but better. All staff were helpful and hospitable. Dinner is delicious and features a...More
US$152 - US$305 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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