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We were very pleased with our ryokan experience here (it felt much more traditional than others we stayed in). The staff were very friendly and available and clearly take pride in their hotel. They laid out slippers each day, brought hot water to our room,...More
I stayed there with a friend a couple of nights ago. Murayama offers free pick up from the station. They picked us up after 5 minutes of our call.
Our room was very spacious, with everything you need for a great stay. Very, very clean....More
We really enjoyed our stay here. The owner made us feel really welcome and provided free transport to and from the station. We had our own yukatas in our rooms, which were great and the futons were very comfortable. We ate a traditional meal at...More
We booked one of the larger Japanese rooms, which had an ensuite bathroom. The room was very spacious, with a separate sitting and entrance area. A fridge is provided to keep your drinks and food chilled. Drinks can be bought at the vending machine. For...More
We stayed for two nights. The first night, we booked the cheapest romm. For the second, the most expensive one. While the cheap room was totally fine, I don't even have the words for how amazing the second room was. It was, hands down, the...More
Thank Eve L
Response from murayama, オーナー at Ryokan MurayamaResponded 25 October 2017
Dear Eve L,
David Lynch said of meditation that you come out of it refreshed, filled with energy and an enthusiasm for life. And this is just how we strive to make our guests feel when they leave our Ryokan. Thank you for staying with...More
One market I visited was just a 10 min drive. The market also had established shops along with tents. The other one may be with fresh foods and monkey baby dolls. And for the meals, I believe you have to let them know a bit... More
One market I visited was just a 10 min drive. The market also had established shops along with tents. The other one may be with fresh foods and monkey baby dolls. And for the meals, I believe you have to let them know a bit in advance. The restaurant is small and they pretty much have the meals ready when you get there.