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Kinugawa Grand Hotel Yume no Toki

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1021 Kinugawa Onsen Ohara, Nikko 321-2522 Tochigi Prefecture
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#43 of 165 hotels in Nikko
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Hospitality of KINUGAWA GRAND HOTEL YUME no TOKI offers various delights that can be experienced only in Japan, such as Japanese gardens that gives the feeling of transition of seasons and natures, high-quality hot spring to ease tiredness from busy days and travel, and luxurious kaiseki ryouri (Japanese dishes served on a tray to each individual) that expresses the seasonal scenery in a small basket of appetizers.
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Hot spring bath
Massage
Open-air bath
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Grade: 60 out of 100
31Restaurantswithin 0.5 km
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Sonia Sung wrote a review Aug 2019
Yokohama, Japan8 contributions2 helpful votes
I and my son went there for two nights with ryokan room with a little raised beds, and complimentary breakfast and dinner. Our experience was far better than many other ones I have been throughout Japan. The highlights are hospitality, onsen, and authentic Japanese food. Most of the staff speak Japanese. I and my son speak English and Chinese. They assigned a Chinese speaking waitress to serve us dinner and breakfast. Other waitresses tried to greet us in English. The meal experience was excellent. They provided many small dishes with varieties of Japanese food, far more than normal ryokan hotels serve. Each dish is carefully made and tastes just right. One day, we were assigned to a private room with Japanese garden scenes. With excellent service and tasty food, it was like a royal treatment! They have two public onsen. Each one has indoor and outdoor onsen. The outdoor onsen is beautifully designed with waterfall and garden arrangement. One of the onsen even has carbon bubbling water. Another great experience with this hotel. Highly recommended!
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Massamie wrote a review Apr 2017
Koto, Japan171 contributions14 helpful votes
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I stayed this hotel with my 4 friends from my high school. Nice comfortable room with 2 beds and futons. The food was amazing!! For the Japanese ladies, the many kinds of food with small portion were ideal. The rice was prepared to cook on the table with special device. We enjoyed the meal very much. Onsen was smooth and clear.
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Date of stay: April 2017
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Jandro144 wrote a review Nov 2015
Washington DC, District of Columbia3 contributions2 helpful votes
We've stayed at many ryokan/minshuku-like hotels in Japan and this place was solid. We booked through Japanican for $250 for one night/two people with dinner and breakfast (we did not book early enough to get the early-bird discount). The staff was excellent, though only a few spoke English. As it was our honeymoon, the Manager gave us a set of Japanese tea cups and advised that a happy marriage is one where we drink tea together every day. The food was quite decent, but since we had booked through Japanican we could not opt for the higher meal plan in the tatami room overlooking the Japanese garden. Instead we were served traditional Japanese-style meals (not buffet) in the western-decored 'Fantasy Room'. The public onsens were also solid and had both indoor and outdoor baths. The water temperature was quite comfortable for gaijin. We also reserved a private onsen for 50 minutes which featured an indoor tub with sliding glass doors that could be opened to view a private garden and enjoy the combination of warm water and cool night air. The private onsen was heated to Japanese temperature so we had to run the cool water tap for most of the 50 minutes. The room was very nice. It had a large tatami portion separated by half-shoji doors from another area where they laid out the futons. There were additional futons in the closet, which presumably would have been laid out in the tatami room if there were more than 2 of us. The room could comfortably fit 4 and would be perfect for a group. We were the only gaijin, and the other Japanese guests seemed to be couples or groups of friends. Given the noise from the Karaoke room, many were having a great time well into the night. If we still lived in Tokyo, this would be a great place for a weekend trip with friends for soaking, eating, drinking, and possibly seeing the nearby sites in Nikko. Wifi is only available in the lobby.
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Date of stay: November 2015
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James S wrote a review May 2015
Honolulu, Hawaii, USA14 contributions19 helpful votes
The baths are incredible and the service is amazing. My family stayed four nights in heaven here. Very convenient to Nikko by train or bus. Make sure to explore the local delicacies that the inhouse chef and staff prepare daily.
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Date of stay: May 2015Trip type: Travelled with family
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Kevin wrote a review Nov 2014
Sydney, Australia177 contributions40 helpful votes
Most expensive in the Kinugawa area ($400/night after tax for 2 people with breakfast) but the suite could easily sleep 6. Very nice hot spring with 2 outdoor tubs for enjoying the hot water on a cool night. Japanese-style breakfast was great in beautiful traditional setting. 40 minutes by local train from Nikko so you might want to eat early before a day of sightseeing. Only 2 hours from Tokyo if you book an express train.
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Date of stay: November 2014Trip type: Travelled with friends
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yszydx wrote a review Jun 2014
Singapore, Singapore117 contributions18 helpful votes
The hotel is a bit old and there is a slope at the hotel entrance. There is nothing outside the hotel , no onsen town, no shops. However, the onsen is nice.Please take note, the onsen will close during 8-8.30pm for cleaning. The male and female onsen will switch after cleaning. The Colour Yukata wearing experience is great, and it only cost 560JPY. Strongly recommended!
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Date of stay: May 2014
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Shin0613 wrote a review May 2014
Singapore, Singapore106 contributions41 helpful votes
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This is my first time to have a trip to Nikko and went to the Hot Spring there. Kinugawa Grand Hotel Yume no Toki, is japanse traditional style mixed with the modern style. They have Japanese style rooms which we all like it. The rooms is big, clean and nice.You can choose to sleep at a modern bed or Japanese traditional Tatami Bed. And also, the service there is very nice. They give us a best welcome and best service when we were there. The meals at there is simple but beautiful. That day we were trying the private room hot spring at night. The Private Room maximum can fix in 3 pax but for us that was huge, and i believe can fix in 4 pax as well. From the room, we can see outside the view. At night it was beautiful! And also we have a chance to try the formal Yutaka which they will arrange professional staff to assist us to wear it. This was an unforgettable experience which we was at there. Again, I believe that if i want to go to Japan again and i will go this hotel to enjoy my onsen again!
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Date of stay: May 2014
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HotspiceAustralia wrote a review Feb 2013
Legian, Indonesia2136 contributions286 helpful votes
This hotel is also known as Kinugawa Grand Hotel especially outside Japan. We checked into the hotel and was shown to the room by a charming hostess. We were provided a yukata each (like a house coat). The room was spacious as we had booked a Western/ eastern room so there was 2 single beds in an area and the 'lounge' was where we would sleep on the futon or floor. All ready, we decided to explore the hotel. We had seen all the guests wearing the yukata when we were checking in, so decided to join in hoping it was not becuase they were going to the onsen! We were right, they were just relaxing in the yukata. We wore that to dinner too. We booked their special dinner and that is an experience not to be missed! We were together with 1 big extended family and another couple. It was interesting to eat eat in a big room as we got to observe the Japanese way of life even more. At breakfast, we were shown to our little private room and again it was a memorable experience. However, waht was fantastic was the numerous onsens. There's always an in and out hot springs and they change the onsens for the male and female so you will have the chance to experience the different ones offered. If you have not experience an onsen before, like us, the water is so hot, it was difficult to dip yourself in - I was sure I'll be burned but nothing like that. It was so refreshing and you feel so clean and relax after. The hotel provided a service to and fro the station. We chose to walk back to the station as we did not have much luggage and it was also a very interesting walk enjoying the little shops and restaurants. A must to experience although they did not have any westerners when we were there.
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Date of stay: December 2012
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AlbusD wrote a review Dec 2010
Singapore, Singapore95 contributions74 helpful votes
My family and I just returned from our Japan vacation. I must say that the Kinugawa Grand hotel or Yumenotoki is certainly one of the highlights of our visit. Once we stepped into the hotel, we were treated with service beyond our expectations. We were escorted to our room by a hostess and served with Japanese tea and cookies. The room is of reasonable size for my family of four and is spotlessly clean. For dinner, we got a dining room to ourselves and were served with a delicious traditional dinner. We stuggled to finish the many different type of food that were served. The onsen was comfortable and large with both indoor and outdoor baths. It is the only place on our trip that provided free WiFi service in the lounge area. To tip it off, we were shuttled to the train station upon checking-out. I highly recommend this hotel to anyone planning to stay in the Nikko area. It is within walking distance to the train station and an easy train ride to Nikko. It is the impeccable service that we experienced that makes this hotel unforgettable.
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Date of stay: December 2010
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godwine wrote a review Mar 2010
Canada35 contributions10 helpful votes
My uncle treated us on this "excursion" as our wedding gift. Room is AMAZING clean, Onsen are great, food is great.. just fabulous. I've been to many resort around gunma and hakone, this is by far the best one..
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Date of stay: November 2009Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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US$216 - US$312 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
JapanKantoTochigi PrefectureNikkoKinugawa Onsen
NUMBER OF ROOMS
100
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Frequently Asked Questions about Kinugawa Grand Hotel Yume no Toki
Which popular attractions are close to Kinugawa Grand Hotel Yume no Toki?
Nearby attractions include Baum Kuchen Studio Hachiya (0.4 km), Omiyagedokoro Sumiya (0.4 km), and Omiyage Ichiraku (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Kinugawa Grand Hotel Yume no Toki?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Kinugawa Grand Hotel Yume no Toki?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Kinugawa Grand Hotel Yume no Toki?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Kinugawa Grand Hotel Yume no Toki?
Yes, parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Kinugawa Grand Hotel Yume no Toki?
Conveniently located restaurants include R Mart, Kinugawa, Pizzeria Di Sapore, and Sarashina.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Kinugawa Grand Hotel Yume no Toki?
Yes, guests have access to a sauna during their stay.
Does Kinugawa Grand Hotel Yume no Toki offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Kinugawa Grand Hotel Yume no Toki?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Tobu Railway Shintakatoku Station Platform and Shed (5.1 km) and Tobu Railway Kosagoe Station Platform (2.8 km).