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Onsen ryokans in this area are not cheap. This one is perhaps least expensive of the lot yet is a great spot. Rooms were typical, grounds are very nice, the food was much better than expected and best of all the onsen was large and...More
The journey to Takayama was an experience on its own. The onsen is about an hour bus ride away from the JR station. Unfortunately, the weather was horrible when we were traveling to the onsen since there was a typoon blowing by Japan. Good thing...More
We stayed in this hotel for two nights and enjoyed the experience. You leave your shoes at the reception and proceed to your room through many corridors. The rooms are large but do not have bathrooms/bar fridge or other hotel amenities. On both nights we...More
We booked 2 rooms for myself and young couple for 2 nights.
The room is cheap, it’s for real onsen lovers. Good place to relax.
There are 2 private Onsen if you want your own bath.
After Takayama Festival, we arrived after 1 hour bus...More
I travelled to Hirayunomori from Tokyo. The outdoor hotsprings are very nice. It was like a outdoor park with 8 individual pools and it was never crowded. In fact, I was enjoying the outdoor pools all by myself. LOL One thing to bear in mind...These...More
Response from Christine T | Reviewed this property |
Oh yes, if you are coming from Takayama, take the Nohi bus, the bus station is just next to the Takayama train station. The bus stop is number 5. You could purchase the bus ticket from the ladies at counter or pay as you get... More
Oh yes, if you are coming from Takayama, take the Nohi bus, the bus station is just next to the Takayama train station. The bus stop is number 5. You could purchase the bus ticket from the ladies at counter or pay as you get off the bus.
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