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As a Westerner, I was soooo happy to find a toilet and shower in my very spacious room. I wish we had stayed here two nights. It was by far the most relaxing ryokan we stayed at during our Nakasendo hike. After a very cramped...More
This was one of the best Ryoykan we have stayed in. But be aware that you will be sleeping on the floor - even piling up four futons/thin mattresses still leave it pretty hard.
Everything else was great - the ambiance, the friendly staff (mixed...More
We walked for 3 days on the Nakasendo Trail and stayed here on our second night, following a stay at minshuku in O-Tsumago (which we also enjoyed). Fantastic service, starting with the driver who was at the train station when we arrived to the staff...More
This was our second stay at this inn, whilst walking the Nakasendo. We had the rooms on the top floor with views to Mt Ontake, which are spacious and clean. All of the staff at this hotel are exceptionally helpful and warm, from the desk...More
second time to do the Nakasendo and also second time to stay here, overall excellent place, great Onsen, service and food. I pre ordered wagyu steak and it was done to perfection. Will be back next year.
US$73 - US$253 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I think it was about $130 per person, I had pre paid as a part of a walking tour and so don't know but a fellow traveller quoted something like that. If that was the price then although that might sound expensive (ask them... More
I think it was about $130 per person, I had pre paid as a part of a walking tour and so don't know but a fellow traveller quoted something like that. If that was the price then although that might sound expensive (ask them the price) it was really a wonderful experience with the best meal and a great hot spa and a night time star gazing
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"choose a room in the annex, those rooms are newer."