Welcome to Jizokan Matsuya Ryokan, your Nagano “home away from home.” Jizokan Matsuya Ryokan aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Close to some of Nagano's most popular landmarks, such as Daihonzan Daihongan (0.1 mi) and Shinshu Zenkoji Hombo Daikanjin Temple (0.1 mi), Jizokan Matsuya Ryokan is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Matsuya Ryokan Hotel provide a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Jizokan Matsuya Ryokan guests have access to room service and baggage storage. Need a place to park? Parking is available at Matsuya Ryokan Hotel.
If you like sushi restaurants, Jizokan Matsuya Ryokan is conveniently located near Tsukiji Nihonkai, Nagano Ekimae, Kaisen Tomizushi Nagano-ekimae, and Sushijin Nagano Tokyu Hyakkaten 7F.
If you’re looking for something to do, Zenko-ji Temple (0.2 mi), Nagano Prefectural Shinano Art Museum Higashiyama Kaii Gallery (0.3 mi), and Zenkoji Sesonin Shakado Temple (0.0 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Matsuya Ryokan Hotel.
Jizokan Matsuya Ryokan puts the best of Nagano at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We have just spent two nights at Matsuya Ryokan in Nagano. The location was amazing, just next to the Zenko-ji Temple. The rooms were nice sizes & we were made to feel so very welcome there. No request was too much of a problem for them when we asked for help with tour & taxi reservations. Everywhere was very clean & the food was beautifully prepared & delicious. We had the typical Japanese breakfast each day & also chose to eat dinner there one evening. We very much appreciated them preparing our Japanese beds too each evening & putting them away in the mornings. Highly recommended if you are staying in Nagano.
We enjoyed our short stay at this ryokan, located in the heart of the street leading to Zenkoji temple. All the staff we encountered were very friendly and respectful. the ryokan consists of simple tatami mat rooms where they bring out your futon mattresses in the evening. Our room had a shower and toilet area, but some other rooms share facilities. The onsen (public guest bath) was the size of a small hot tub. Simple comfort, but the futons were a bit thin if you’re not used to it.
Although a bit tired at the seams, this Ryokan offers a traditional stay from decades past. Futons are on floor with no additional padding. Room included toilet and sink. Ryokan is a mix of stairs and hallways. Public bath onsen available. Best to wear slip off shoes. Shoes must be removed before entering lobby. Breakfast included tiny pickled mushrooms, miso soup, smoked salmon piece, salad with egg and tomato, rice and other seasonal tidbits. The Ryokan is about 15-20 min taxi ride from train station (about $12), located on Temple grounds and in older neighborhood. Most shops close 4-5 pm here. Sunrise Budhist monk ceremony very interesting, lasts about 30 minutes. You can attend this and return to Ryokan for a traditional Japanese breakfast.
Great location just steps from the temple! Authentic Ryokan. Staff friendly, accommodation clean. Dinner and breakfast were both good. There is an incredible hot apple turnover shop just out and to left of stay and coffee across from that. We rose early and ate apple turnover as we walked up street to watch the morning ceremony at temple. Just fantastic! Highly recommend this!
The Ryokan is located very close to the Zenkoji temple & along a shopping street with shops, cafe, restaurants, & even a free zoo (the kids enjoyed their time there, as they had a great time interacting with the squirrels!). The staff were friendly & the rooms comfortabel (our only complaint is that it was freezing in the bathroom.)! The food was elaborate & delicious! Highly recommended!