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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 6 October 2016 via mobile

We loved our stay at Daishinbo and our day doing the Dewa Sanzen temples. The staff were very friendly despite speaking no english, our food was exquisite and the facilities very nice. Our meals were not vegetarian as they contained fish but this wasn't a problem for us. The bathrooms are Japanese style and segregated but as we were the...

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Reviewed 30 August 2013

We wanted to stay in temple lodging near Dewa-Senzan, the three sacred mountains of the mountain ascetic practice that dates back about 1,000 years (a little more below). Temple lodging is similar to a ryokan (Japanese traditional inn), but a little more relaxed. Daishinbo is in a perfect location to walk the two blocks to the 2,466 steps that lead...

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Norwich, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 September 2012

This shrine Hotel is run by a Shinto Yamabushi priest and is the ideal place to stay if you want to explore the mountains. Just get the train to Tsuroka and then get the bus from outside the station (bus stop 2) and it stops just outside the door of the Daishinbo. While staying in the this quiet beautiful retreat...

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Additional Information about Daishinbo

Address: 95 Haguromachitoge, Tsuruoka 997-0211, Yamagata Prefecture
Region: Japan > Tohoku > Yamagata Prefecture > Tsuruoka
Price Range: $108 - $221 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 20
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  • Can tickets for local attractions be purchased at the front desk?
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“The family room at the very end of the inn is huge and still very close to the bathroom and communal bath.”
  • Sliding glass doors and view from large room at rear of inn
  • Futons
 of 5 bubbles betsysSacramento, 29 Aug 2013 | Read review
“Book via a travel agent like Japan Travel as no one speaks English!”
 of 5 bubbles B501GImartinf, 15 Sep 2012 | Read review
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