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We stayed at this Ryokan for two nights and it is very old with no amenities whatsoever. No coffee or breakfast onsite or around, rooms look very old, location right across from the lake but that's the only positive. I wouldn't recommend this place or...More
This family owned minshuku is situated next to the lake so it is nice to walk around it. It is really quiet and in spite of what an opinion is saying here, there is air conditioning in the room so it was warm enough. The...More
We went there in November and it was ridiculously cold inside of the rooms. The place is very old and to the best of our knowledge has no heaters in the rooms. The blankets were small and did not provide enough heat. Easy to catch...More
This ryokan is situated directly at the lake and most of the rooms offer a nice view. The rooms are simple japanese-style rooms, en par with the price. The couple who run it seem friendly and helpful.
That all being said, this house is in...More
I really liked this place, it is a traditional style ryokan run by a lovely japanese lady who will do everything she can to make your visit comfortable. The views of the lake are gorgeous.
In saying this though, English is very limited here (although...More
US$84 - US$175 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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