Hotel Harvest Kinugawa is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Nikko, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Hotel Harvest Kinugawa is a family-friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and shops. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Nikko. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Nikko, Hotel Harvest Kinugawa is located a short distance from Tobu Railway Kosagoe Station Platform (0.3 mi) and Tsuribashi Bridge (0.8 mi).
Travellers looking for seafood restaurants can head to Tsukumasa, Tomi Sushi, or Dining Yuuki.
Should time allow, Kinu Tateiwa Otsuribashi (Suspension bridge) and Nikko Hanaichimonme are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Nikko!
Stayed for 2 nights with great onsen, friendly staffs and delicious breakfast and dinner buffet. Very relaxing stay here. You can stay in the hotel whole day relaxing without leaving it. The hotel has a swimming pool, which is a gem for a onsen hotel.
First, it should be clear that the Harvest Hotel Kinugawa is not actually in Nikko city, even though it appears on TripAdvisor when you search for Nikko hotels. It's about a 35 minute drive from Nikko city. Still, the location is not that bad. The small town is clean and a bit charming, and is not that far from Kosagoe train station. I would recommend getting a car for exploring the Nikko area. There is parking on site here. The strong points here are the respectable and delicious breakfast and dinner buffet, and the more spacious (than usual for Japan rooms). There were a few minor issues but overall our stay was pleasant. Checking in was pretty quick. The staff is friendly, and although sometimes their English wasn't the best, everything turned out alright. (We didn't really see many other foreigners here, which was kind of nice). They were able to give us 2 twin rooms next to each other, which I really appreciated. In the room there was actually a good amount of space, even if you brought a suitcase. Definitely not a tiny business hotel type of room. The bed was a bit hard, but the blankets and pillows were comfortable. Everything seemed clean. The TV isn't that big, but there were a lot of channels (no English language ones). There is a small refrigerator and free tea (leaves, not a bag) you can boil using their equipment, which is nice, although there was no free coffee. In our room were also 2 delicious Japanese sweets, which were tasty. The room's AC is controlled by switches on the lamp table next to the bed, which I've never seen before. Sometimes you could hear people outside from your room, but usually it was not a big problem. The couch was a bit small, but comfortable enough. Unfortunately, the room's free Wifi was extremely slow and virtually useless. I tried to make a few internet calls and they usually dropped within a few minutes. Japan's internet is generally not the fastest anyway, but this is the slowest that I've ever experienced and it was frustrating. This really needs to be fixed. The bathroom is also very adequate in space. I really appreciated that the bathroom had a lot of sink space. The only things it lacked were cotton swabs and hand lotion. The shower products were pretty good. The water sometimes took too long of a time to heat up, but usually it was not too bad. We had both the breakfast and dinner buffet. The setting is an open, lively place where you can see outside. The breakfast is at 1 time, while the dinner is at 2 set times (520pm, and 720pm). We had to wait about 15 minutes for breakfast when we arrived at 830am. For both meals, there was a good variety of Japanese and approximations of Western food. Most everything was pretty delicious. I especially enjoyed the soba and sushi/sashimi at dinner, plus salad bar. And for breakfast, the fresh egg (stay away from the scrambled eggs) and tomato marinade were quite good. Unfortunately, soft drinks are extra, but the delicious coffee is free, as was juice for breakfast. Although there were a lot of people, the place never felt overly crowded. On our last day, checking out went smoothly. I know there is a pool, but I didn't get to try it. Although it was a bit expensive, overall I recommend this place. If they fixed the problem with the slowest Wifi in all of Japan, it would be an even better hotel.…
ピークを避けた3月半ばの平日に夫婦で泊まりました。様々な種類の浴槽を備える大浴場、スパ、レストラン、室内プールを共用設備として持つほか、個々の宿泊室はコンパクトに必要な設備を纏めて併せ持ってます。派手な装飾や設備はないですが、価格もお手頃でコスパ重視にはオススメです。 We stayed for a night on a weekday in mid March. The hotel provides big bath with several kinds of tub, spa, restaurant and a in house swimming pool for a common facility and a compact private rooms with all the basic facility. there is no outstanding decoration or facility but does offer quite a high performance for the price they charge. i recommend for those looking for the actual service rather than prestigious brand.
Loving the spacious rooms and the amazing Onsen. This hotel is mainly set up for Japanese clients but that is why it is a great experience! Friendly staff, great rooms and super facilities a must visit!! Central to Nikko for visiting shrines and national park but need a car as 20 minutes to central Nikko.
We stayed at this nice hotel for 2 nights and here are + and -. + As always the staff is wonderful and friendly even though there are a few speaks english and only basic. + Spa with several hot pools, sauna etc is GREAT + Huge rooms - Is the location. Considering that if you would stay in Nikko you can walk to many places of interest and it is a charming town. This hotell is in the midd of nowhere. If you have a car is great and you can take train to Nikko with one change. Bus is 40 minutes and taxi 25 minutes (5500-6000Y). - Only buffé for dinner for 5 500 and no ala carte was offered this 2 evenings. - VERY hard beds + and - is breakfast buffé though it is better than some small hotell but not much of a selection for a Swede who are used to unbelievable many sorts of stuff (not suchi etc.) Very good because i…