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1060 Kinugawa Onsen Ohara, Nikko 321-2522 Tochigi Prefecture
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#26 of 165 in Nikko
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Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Nikko, Hotel Nanaeyae is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Hotel Nanaeyae makes it easy to enjoy the best of Nikko.

As your “home away from home,” the onsen hotel rooms offer air conditioning.

Guests have access to baggage storage and a gift shop while staying at Hotel Nanaeyae. In addition, Hotel Nanaeyae offers a lounge, which will help make your Nikko trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.

For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Nikko, Hotel Nanaeyae is located a short distance from Kurogane Bridge Promenade (0.5 mi) and Tateiwa Observation Deck (0.6 mi).

If you are looking for a nearby place to eat, Hotel Nanaeyae is within walking distance of some popular restaurants including Cafe Salon de The Oka (0.5 mi), Trattoria Camino (0.5 mi), and Ashiyu Cafe (0.6 mi).

There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular canyons such as Ryuokyo Canyon and Unryukeikoku Falls.

Hotel Nanaeyae is sure to make your visit to Nikko one worth remembering.

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Robin S wrote a review Sep 2019
55 contributions29 helpful votes
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This hotel is near the station. The rooms and onsen has stunning views. The service is amazing!! The owner is a beautiful person that greeted us at dinner. The food is excellent! The staff really appreciated our business. After a day of hiking, this was paradise.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled
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CliveKS wrote a review Dec 2017
Hong Kong, China1 contribution1 helpful vote
This is the most heartily felt hospitality and respect we have had ever since we took trips in Japan. Thanks to the Shacho, Emisan (please accept our apology if we spelt wrong) who personally held a traditional sake celebration of birthday for us, and presented gifts with greetings written in Japanese calligraphy, we felt both happy and honoured. Last but not the least, the helpful, polite and sincere attitude of staff are much appreciated. We enjoyed our stay, and will not hesitate to stay again.
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Date of stay: December 2017Trip type: Travelled
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Kristin C wrote a review Sep 2017
50 contributions5 helpful votes
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This is a Traditional Japanese Onsen hotel. The area here is quiet and clean,fresh air everywhere. The location of this hotel is easy to find and close to the station,like 5 mins on foot. They have a booking plan including breakfast and dinner. We booked two rooms for 7 adults,the first one is Japanese Style 12 tatami (along valley) and the second one is a Special room (Japanese style room with 10 tatami mats + 8 tatami mats along the valley),the second room is bigger and the view from our room is absolutely stunning,it catch my breath away. As i remember they also have a room with private onsen for you to book online. They offered us a big room for dinner which is so thoughtful. The food here looks like an art. It tasted good too. You can ask for more miso soup or rice during the breakfast if you don't feel full enough. The onsen of this hotel is awesome and i love it cause it is quiet and clean,and the view make youfeel peaceful, you can enjoy yourself in this kind of place. Staffs are very polite and helpful,they are willing to help you all the time. We spend a night here and its unforgettable, I would come back again and recommend it to all of you. BTW,They prepared a surprise gift to us cause there are two of us having our birthday in the next few days. I feel so happy and surprise at the same time. Thank you so much! It is a great experience to stay at here!
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Date of stay: September 2017
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Room Tip: The special room have a great view and you can also book a room with a private Onsen
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The_Savvy_Glutton wrote a review Nov 2016
Melbourne, Australia477 contributions79 helpful votes
We spent a night here on our honeymoon trip. The hotel was very clean and within easy reach of the Kinukawa Onsen station. The room was spacious enough for us and very clean. We arrived early and they were happy to keep the bags for us until later. When we came back we thought the boy who welcomed us at the entrance was not very friendly. No smile but very quick at telling us not to bring external food or drinks into the property (we had shopping bags in our hands when we returned to the hotel to check in). He didn't introduce us to the facilities or the flow of service as he lead us to our room which is unusual for an onsen ryokan at this level. So we had to go through the room facilities ourselves and find out ourselves the dinner is set up 15 minutes before our designated dinner time. Lucky we came back from the onsen by the time the dinner guy arrived otherwise the poor thing would've been waiting for us. The dinner guy's name is Ōkado and we both thought he did a good job at serving and explaining everything necessary to us. We mentioned it's our honeymoon and was surprised to later have the female owner visiting us half way through the meal to give us good wishes and served us sake in a huge traditional sale holder meant for good luck. We loved the amenities and the massage chair in the onsen change room. Breakfast was not as fancy as dinner. Dinner was great in our opinion. Upon check out the female owner farewelled us at the reception and gave us paying gifts as part of the wish well. Overall we liked this ryokan and think it's good value for money. Will recommend for those who want to enjoy a night in Kinukawa Onsen area at around AU$500 per night for a couple.
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Date of stay: November 2016Trip type: Travelled
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Ksenia D wrote a review Feb 2016
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Very good cuisine, bath, room and very nice and polite service! It was my birthday, and, though we did not inform the personal, they bring a glass of "Birthday Sake" during the dinner, and next morning at the check out they gave several very nice presents to me and a hand-written letter with Happy Birthday message. Absolutely unforgettable weekend! Thanks a lot!!!
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Date of stay: January 2016
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Chunnylittleman wrote a review Jul 2014
Hong Kong, China39 contributions41 helpful votes
I spent one night at this beautiful traditional ryokan with my family. I found both the indoor and outdoor onsen very nice but my cousin found the indoor one a bit stuffy. The staff was really attentive as my mum turned 60 one month before our stay (and obviously the hotel stuff noticed as they took a copy of our passport during check-in) and they arranged a little “sake-drinking” ceremony during dinner and wished my mother great health. That was a very pleasant surprised we didn’t expect and my mum was VERY happy! The room was clean, spacious and equipped with toilet and bathroom. We visited during winter and while the room was covered by the heater, the bathroom and toilet were separated by a sliding door and not covered by the heater so I would recommend you take shower in the public bath and be prepared if you have to go to the toilet in the middle of the night! Dinner and breakfast were included in the package and the meals were of good quality.
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Date of stay: February 2014Trip type: Travelled
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Awesome-Spice wrote a review Jul 2014
Sepang, Malaysia31 contributions69 helpful votes
Great place to stay. Conveniently located and a walking distant to the main station. Food in the hotel was GREAT. Communal onsen was cool with an open air area. We had a bath-tub in the room and spent most of the time there with beautiful mountain and river as the back-drop. Nikko is a quiet town with quaint cafes. Despite being there in summer, the weather was fantastic. And cant wait to return during winter.
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Date of stay: July 2014
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Room Tip: Get the room with bath-tub if you are uncomfortable to shower in a communal area.
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kk35 wrote a review Jul 2014
Saint Paul, Minnesota7 contributions21 helpful votes
I stayed here for one night with a friend on the recommendation of a Japanese-speaking friend. Neither of us spoke Japanese (beyond a few weeks of studying in preparation for our trip) and we were a little bit worried about that. Don't worry though! Although the English spoken by the staff is limited at best, they have memorized enough words/phrases to cover all of the major things. There is also a handbook in English that is very useful. The food here is gourmet and delicious. The hot springs are wonderfully relaxing and a very authentic Japanese experience - don't worry about bathing naked - it won't seem weird when everybody else is doing it too. Our room was wonderful overlooking the river and the whole hotel was very nice and clean. I'm happy we stayed here instead of at one of the very large resorts upriver - here we had great service and frequently had the baths to ourselves.It was a wonderful night and we already want to go back. Actually my whole family wants to come here now after hearing my stories. You just relax, soak in the baths, and enjoy the food. Don't be intimidated by the few English reviews - just be open to the experience and you'll love it!
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Date of stay: May 2014
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jafergusonuk wrote a review Jun 2014
Reading, England72 contributions36 helpful votes
We had a wonderful two nights here. There were 4 of us, our Grandson and Daughter in Law. We all shared a traditional room with Tatami Mats. We ate in a private dining room and the food was superb. The staff could not have been more charming or helpful. Whilst the spoke a little English our daughter in law is Japanese and that made ordering food etc very simple. For me the highlight was the baths and an early morning bath on each day (8:00 am so not too early) meant I had them to myself, what luxury. When we left it was like leaving old friends - brilliant.
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Date of stay: May 2014
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Belleboy wrote a review Nov 2011
Bangkok, Thailand12 contributions6 helpful votes
We spent a night there for our Nikko trip. Nanaeyae hotel located not too far from the station, but the entrance is a little difficult to notice if you can't understand Japanese. We got there before check-in time (3pm) so we just left our stuffs with them. When we got back, they already arranged the room and put our bags in the room. The room we stayed was Japanese style, there's tea and sweets preparing for us. Most staffs couldn't speak English but they were quite active and willing to communicate. Dinner was awesome, full course of Japanese style, exotic dishes. During dinner, the owner came to greet us. (and also when we departed, she sent us out, gave us presents, and prepared car to send us to the station- not sure it's normal or because it was raining) Bedroom is Japanese style (Futon-bed, quite warm and comfortable) The onsen was not so spectacular comparing to hotels near Fuji that I've been but it's quite relaxing enough; there're massage chairs for free of use too. : ) Overall, I loved it.
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Date of stay: October 2011
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PRICE RANGE
US$297 - US$368 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
JapanKantoTochigi PrefectureNikkoKinugawa Onsen
NUMBER OF ROOMS
41
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Nanaeyae
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Nanaeyae?
Nearby attractions include Baum Kuchen Studio Hachiya (0.2 km), Kinugawa Onsen Fureai Bridge (0.4 km), and Omiyagedokoro Sumiya (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Nanaeyae?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a lounge, and a spa.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Nanaeyae?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Nanaeyae?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Nanaeyae?
Conveniently located restaurants include R Mart, Kinugawa, Mizube No Cafe Terrace, and Pizzeria Di Sapore.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Nanaeyae?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Tobu Railway Shintakatoku Station Platform and Shed (5.2 km) and Tobu Railway Kosagoe Station Platform (2.8 km).