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was a little concerned prior to arrival because an introductory email advised that this being a heritage site, the building may not be as well heated or equipped as other places. very relieved and pleasantly surprised that the portable heater kept the room sufficiently warm...More
We are very grateful for the hospitable accommodation from the owners at Magoemon.
They serve traditional Japanese dinner and breakfast.
We were a little concerned with being too cold at the gassho house. However, they have proper heating. and the beds on tatami were very...More
We only stayed one night, but it was certainly memorable.
The guesthouse is a nice example of the local architectural style. The lodgings themselves were quite basic - a single tatami room with shared toilet and bathing facilities. Our room faced the street, but still...More
It's not different than what you might expect when staying in a "farmhouse" in tourist site. The experience is fun because it's quite different, but if you're not prepared for ultra-thin walls (you can hear your neighbors whispering!) and lack of amenities, then this is...More
My Japanese friend booked us a room at this gassho inn and it was a fabulous experience. The inn compromises several tatami rooms with a shared toilet and wadhjng area and bathroom. We stayed in a beautiful corner room with views over the river and...More