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This marked my second stay at a Japanese ryokan. I chose this specifically because it was across from the Narita temple and in the old town. The place was very well kept, clean and easy to find.
I chose one of the newer rooms. For...More
First, tp review the down side of this hotel. Our flight arrived 4pm. So looking forward to the hotel and its dinner. Unfortunately, our taxi arrived at the hotel 5:30. The hotel restaurant was closed. We should have made a reservation. There is a chance...More
This Ryokan is definitely in a good location, directly opposite a Shrine which is a nice view first thing in the morning. Even though I was initially excited to stay here when It dawned upon me I was sleeping in a sleeping bag on the...More
It was my first ryokan stay. Nice experience, although the hotel needs refurbishing soon. I was a bit disappointed that you need to order breakfast extra when you arrive at the ryokan. It is not included in the price. But the shojin breakfast is worth...More
I enjoy visiting Narita for at least 1 day prior to returning to the US. This time I decided to stay at the Wakamatsu Honden, which is right across the street from the Naritasan Temple with its excellent gardens (highly recommended). The food at Wakamatsu...More
I took train from Narita to a station that was near. Got lost in the dark trying to find it, eventually took a taxi from train station and it took less than 5 minutes :/ Next day walked to train station -- was near by and... More
I took train from Narita to a station that was near. Got lost in the dark trying to find it, eventually took a taxi from train station and it took less than 5 minutes :/ Next day walked to train station -- was near by and then took a taxi back to Narita (since I wanted to see the country side -- took less than 20 minutes).