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We paid 24000 yen and our room was dirty. When we arrived at 12:00 they told us that "the room is not ready". We got back at 17:00 & dust was everywhere. You can draw anything you want on all furniture. I went to the...More
Very charming hotel. Busy with your groups and independents. A big hotel with several restaurants massage health center. Free washing machine coin dryer. Clean both before using. Rooftop baths etc. English speaking staff. Five minutes walk from train bus station. Only futons. Nice bathrooms. I...More
Ideal location just five minutes from the train station. The hotel is large and clean, with really nice public spaces, good sized rooms, and a lovely onsen (public and private baths). It combines modern facilities with a traditional style, and we loved this.
This is the first hotel we have visited in Japan which (apart from a settee) is furnished Japanese style. If you have any issues with sleeping on a futon then this place is not for you. The bathroom has a shower only and a PHD...More
Great location close to train station but still quite. Onsen on the top floor was great at night overlooking everything. Super cool tatami mat floors throughout the entire hotel. All and all a cool place!
Joy this place is not really a ryokan. It is a Japanese hotel in the city. There are lots of places to have dinner within a 5-10 minute walk. We had our breakfasts included in our room and it was great