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To call this place a ryokan would do little justice to the solemn personality of the historic building and its close surroundings.
The onsen, the garden, each part of the wooden structure is carefully maintained, spotless, and each ornament displaying wonderful artistic details.
If you have some knowledge of how to enjoy Japanese cuisine, you will find this hotel make very nice top quality in-house Japanese food.
Counting on the costing and size of the food, the dinning provided by this hotel is very cheap and fresh.
At first glimpse this place is not a logical stop for foreigners if you have so little time and so many places one wants to visit.
But is is surely worth your attention and in fact rather easy to reach as a stopover on your...More
We (3 friends) have been to this beautiful ryokan in November 2012. We came from Tokyo, were on the way to Kyoto and followed the recommendation of a Japanese friend to stay at this place. Staying here is just a little detour when travelling from...More
This ryokan was so traditional, elegant and beautiful. The onsen was incredible with a natural hot spring and stone bath. We slept so soundly after our soak in the bath. The futons were so comfortable. Our meals were delicious. Definitely a place to stay if...More
US$186 - US$336 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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