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Spent a night at Jinpyokaku in kanbayashi onsen. This is the third ryokan I have stayed at. The premium price primarily translates itself to a more intimate, private environment - the food was also good, but not outstanding. Since the establishment restricts itself to only...More
Excellent ryokan, beautiful and very comfortable. We have great dinner and breakfast and it was very delicious.The hotel staffs are really nice ,feel more likely staying at home. The private onzen in room are really good. And even better after having a long walk to...More
This was one of the high peaks of our Japan trip. Jinpyokaku is a wonderful experience - this is a very traditional hotel, with private rooms and private dining experience, onsen (public and private, depending on your room), and a loving staff. Highlights:
Have just spend two of the most amazing nights at this truely remarkable Ryokan. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful is the only way to describe it. We had our own private onsen which was a blessing because we are not the type to go public. There are...More
I wish I could give this place 10 stars. From the second we got here, we've been blown away. The food alone is worth the hotel rate. Everything is local and to die for. Our favorite was shabu shabu with beef that eats apples. It...More
It was outdoors, but like a built in patio with wooden slats for privacy and a door that went into a room with a hand basin and that room had a door that linked to the toilet and a corridor on to other rooms of the... More
It was outdoors, but like a built in patio with wooden slats for privacy and a door that went into a room with a hand basin and that room had a door that linked to the toilet and a corridor on to other rooms of the accommodation. I would describe were we stayed as more of an apartment, than a room and the apartment was only for us, not shared facilities.