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Stockholm, Sweden
Reviewed 28 May 2014

Masuya Ryokan is the real thing, an old wooden Ryokan hotel that has survived the ages. It is not well-maintained though, some windows are missing, some floors are kind of iffy, and there are large hornet nests near the roofline. Glass panes rattle with the slightest breeze as there's no putty in them. No wi-fi or much of any other...

1Thank Swede B
Warragul, Australia
Reviewed 23 February 2013

I have stayed at this ryokan twice. It is run by a wonderful family who always make us feel very welcome. It is historically a well known ryokan. It is with out a doubt very peaceful and relaxing. Aoki village is picture card pretty. Old cobble stone streets that wind up the hill from the Masuya ryokan are a photographer's...

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Nagano Prefecture, Japan
Reviewed 19 August 2012

The hamlet, of maybe 20 houses, is at the end of the road, a couple of km from the trailheads for some mountain hikes. It's very quiet, and although the size of some of the houses and ryokans suggest former glory, there's very little going on. However maybe that's just what you need! Masuya is an old building, of wooden...

4Thank Peter D
Tokyo, Japan
Reviewed 4 February 2012

This Meiji-era hotel is about a 20-minute taxi ride from Ueda station in Nagano. The hotel is old and has no central heating, so it's very cold in the common areas. The staff are friendly and helpful, but if you don't speak Japanese, communication will be difficult. The food was average. The bath was OK.

1Thank mickstout

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Additional Information about Masuya Ryokan

Address: 2686 Tazawa Onsen, Chiisagata-gun, Aoki-mura 386-1601, Nagano Prefecture
Region: Japan > Chubu > Nagano Prefecture > Chiisagata-gun > Aoki-mura
Price Range: €112 - €171 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 20
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