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All reviewsryokan experienceprivate showertrain stationbreakfast and dinnerfree coffee in the morninggood byelovely ryokanold townoutdoor tubonsen downstairstraditional guesthouselocal dishesperfect staytraditional tatamiensuite toiletfuton bedsit on the floor
Absolutely loved this stay.
Very attentive staff, good food. We stayed 2 nights, and ordered meals for the stay. But it would be worthwhile to try one of their dinners and one in town.
The bath is a nice way to wind down at the...More
The ryokan is situated in the heart of an old district, with cherry blossom filled shrines and canals within 5 minutes walk (pictures below!), well worth the 20 minute walk from the station (which I’ve noticed some reviewers complain about!) it’s only 10 minutes walk...More
This is a traditional Japanese hotel with tatami floor and futons. The stuff was very nice. We had a very delicious Japanese dinner and after a hot bath in the Sento. They brought us to the railway station by their own shuttle service. I would...More
Worth every penny, pound, yen, euro., whatever currency it is, this oyada gets top marks. The building is older so if you're looking for new, this isn't the place for you.
The room I was given, for a solo traveller, is fantastic- Japanese style. The...More
The Ryokan is lovely, unique with lots of character and we thoroughly enjoyed going to their onsen every afternoon. Dinner is superb and lavish. Whilst we don’t like all Japanese food, we found more than enough to eat amongst the 12 or more small courses...More