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Tocen Goshobo is one of Arima's oldest ryokan. We had a most relax time here enjoying very good service. The Kaiseki dinner was the most exquisite which includes Kobe beef. They have a lovely coffee room where you can enjoy your coffee after your meal....More
Amazing wagyu halfboard dinner. They serve high quality food. Feels like a fushion of western-style fine dining with a japanese twist. The tatami was definitely one of the most comfortable as it is not those typical thin mats. Their tatami was thick, almost like a...More
Tocen goshobo is a classic ryokan in the best sense. The rooms are traditional Japanese style, the staff is attentive, the baths are luxurious, and the food is plentiful and well prepared. Unlike some older ryokan, there is no feeling of deterioration. The facilities are...More
This is one of Arima's oldest ryokan, & it is only a 60min or so ride by coach from OSAKA , & this Ryokan is located right next to the Coach station, so it is just a minute walk. Since the place is open to...More
very well maintained clean ryokan with modern facilities. meals were elaborate. room rates were quite pricey, perhaps because of the brand name and 100+ year history. thou the current building is not 100 years old.
we booked the deluxe room to access the bath house....More
If you booking does not include dinner, email them to book. I highly recommend having dinner there. Our dinner (Western style) was excellent with top service. And it will save you a trip down the hill and back up again... More
If you booking does not include dinner, email them to book. I highly recommend having dinner there. Our dinner (Western style) was excellent with top service. And it will save you a trip down the hill and back up again. Breakfast is substantial and Japanese Western style, which may not be to your taste, even though it is closer to a true Western breakfast than generally served up in Japan. Stay if you can.