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1400 Kinugawa Onsen Ohara, Nikko 321-2522 Tochigi Prefecture
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A 3-minute walk from the train station, this hot spring hotel in a mountain village is 2 km from Tobu World Square, a miniatures theme park. The airy rooms feature tatami floors, futons, and sitting areas with traditional short-legged tables, as well as TVs, mini fridges, and furnished terraces or balconies. Some rooms offer separate bedrooms with wood-framed beds. Upgraded rooms add cypress soaking tubs. A hot-spring bathhouse and spa features communal baths, saunas and hot tubs. Dining options include a tearoom, a karaoke lounge and a ramen noodle bar. There are also indoor and outdoor pools. Parking is available for a fee.
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SandBTokyo wrote a review Feb 2021
Minato, Japan358 contributions130 helpful votes
This hotel is big and lots of fun for the kids. However, room smelled like smoke which was disgusting. The hotel is quite near to the station. The place is very clean and well maintained. It is a beautifully decorated and spacious hotel. The staff are very nice and friendly. The check-in was easy and they offered welcome drinks in the beautiful lounge. The hotel has an indoor pool with a slide, an outdoor pool (shallow and for lounging) overlooking to river valley and also an onsen. The onsen was big and lots of different baths, really great.Sauna was closed due to corona. Changing rooms very spacious and clean. They also have a game room. Dinner and breakfast buffets were quite nice, although food is not the strongest point for Mizazuki, it was OK. Strange thing was I told a staff lady during breakfast that they were out of hot tea, and she said that there was no more. Not sure she was just lazy or they actually ran out of tea. Room was big and nice layout, however there was an embedded smell of smoking. Disgusting, not sure why the hotel still lets people destroy their property with smoking. This was the downside to our stay. All in all, Mikazuki is a fun place if you have kids and recommend staying.
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Date of stay: February 2021
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Robin S wrote a review Sep 2019
55 contributions29 helpful votes
This hotel is a big hotel and is suited for those who want to stay in an onsen hotel. It’s near the station. The onsen room is very big. The negative points of this hotel is the light smoke smell and the lines for the buffet. This is my second time staying here and it has improved. The staff are friendlier now. The reason I gave it 4 stars and not 3 is that the value is very good for the price.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Gidons51 wrote a review Nov 2017
Herzliya, Israel4224 contributions467 helpful votes
A very big traditional Japanese hotel . Rooms big with Houton beds , sleeping on the Matami floor. Low table and chairs . Very nice mountains view from the room . Very big Honsen , the traditional hot springs divided to men’s and women’s . Excellent Japanese dinner with Sashimi and self cooked meat and rice . Breakfast was noisy and crowded .
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Date of stay: November 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Chuang004 wrote a review Dec 2016
Los Angeles, California6419 contributions277 helpful votes
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鬼怒川三日月is one of the best hotels we have stayed during our trip to the middle section of Japan. Beds and table were set on top of nice and clean Tatami. It’s a nice mixture. Inconvenient in that there’s no free wi-fi. Hotel internet: no free in room wi-fi. Hotel dinner: Buffet style. Huge dining hall. Foods/dishes were verdant and ample. one of the best. Hotel breakfast: Plentiful.
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Date of stay: November 2016
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Darktauren wrote a review May 2016
28 contributions23 helpful votes
My first impression - very expensive, but when I got to see the place, tried their onsen and the buffet all I can say is wow ...it is an experience to be remembered especially for a foreigner like me. I stayed here for 1 night together with my wife and mother-in-law. The room has 2 double-size (or is it single-size) beds and plenty of futons. Since requested my wife that I wanted to experience a ryokan style I opt for the futon over the tatami. I had 1 nicest sleep ever, maybe also due to the onsen bath I took before sleeping. Dinner was buffet and I had my cravings for seafoods (esp. crab) satisfied. most food are good and nicely presented although few choices of free drinks. Breakfast is also nice. Choices ranged from japanese, chinese to western and there are more choices for the free drinks. If you are staying then you have to change into traditional japanese clothings which the hotel provided. No wifi internet in the room but there is in the lobby. Amenities includes onsen, swimming pool and table tennis but there is a time so inquire at the front desk if you want to play. The onsen is not mixed bath and they interchange the use at night and in the morning. Both onsens have outdoor onsen but one of them has this golden bathtub...yes real gold. So what's the benefit, trully I don't know but you got to get the bragging rights that you got to soak in the golden bathtub hehehe
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Date of stay: May 2016
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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Garry L wrote a review May 2016
Edinburgh, United Kingdom28 contributions5 helpful votes
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Overnight in a suite. Lovely traditional style Japanese room- spotlessly clean~with private onsen bath. Good location. Not far from train station. Reception helpful. Which made up for some (not all) of the Restaraunt staff- glum faces- unresponsive- dinner- Japanese food looked good- western style less so- nothing special. (Don't mean to be unkind) it really was! Most food that's meant to be hot, was warm or either cold- breakfast western style, sadly like most Japanese hotels- most hot food was warm to cold- I mean cold scrambled egg?! Paid a small fortune too! Oh well- good onsen- overall had a great time. Won't be in a rush to go back.
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Date of stay: April 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
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kirakirati wrote a review Jan 2015
Tokyo, Japan304 contributions144 helpful votes
I love everything about this hotel. The room is comfortable, the bath area is spacious. It's clean and well-renovated. I'd recommend for everyone to stay at this hotel. However their management at the dining hall is beyond terrifying. We have to wait over 30 mins to be seated. As we have to check out by 10am. We have so little time to eat. The point is, the meal is buffet. Why do we have to wait for 30mins to be seated? We'll serve ourself a meal. It's such a waste of time. So, no, I won't recommend for anyone to stay here. Go somewhere else!
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Date of stay: January 2015
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Yokohama Geezer wrote a review Jan 2015
Yokohama, Japan192 contributions187 helpful votes
Part of the Mikazuki chain in Japan - if you've been to one, you'll know what to expect! If not, this one is 3 minutes walk immediately in front of Kinugawa station (JR+Tobu) which is 2 hours from Tokyo on the fast trains. It's a mass market experience - you're not going for quiet, peace or culture. There's a good, hot pool to splash about in the building next door. Best for kids under 10. A few spas/saunas to lounge about in. A simple (normal) bath in the main building. Food is all you can stuff down your face! All your favourites - steak/tempura/sushi etc.... not top quality but I left fully fed and enjoyed it. Not cheap but an enjoyable experience if you're with family. I can't imagine going otherwise! Ah... yes... we stayed here as a stop over on the way up to Yunishigawa - 45 mins up the mountain by bus from the station. There is wi-fi in the lobby... not in the rooms.
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Date of stay: December 2014
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Room Tip: Ask for a room facing the back (mountain view side).
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JKE255103 wrote a review Jan 2013
Perth, Australia122 contributions49 helpful votes
Stayed only 1 night wish we could have stayed 1 more. Ofuro was fantastic with lots of pools and the male and female rooms interchanged the next day. One day you get to experience the golden bath and the next day the silver bath. Clean and immaculate. Good service. If you want a massage book early. You can wear your yukata to the dining room straight from the ofuro! Food which was included was top quality and selection was great. It snowed that night and the scenery was magnificent the next morning. Having a hot bath outside when it was snowing was very special. The room was very large with 2 normal beds and a tatami floor big enough for 2 more futons. Only a 5-8 walk from the train station. Close to restaurants.
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Date of stay: January 2013
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Room facing the river has great views.
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AmyM1972 wrote a review Oct 2011
Lake Oswego, Oregon18 contributions11 helpful votes
We had a very good stay. We were there late week - Thurs & Fri nights. Also, it wasn't a Japanese Holiday week. So I felt it wasn't very busy. There were tour buses of folks, but it was nice to have company. Mainly we stayed here for the pool. Although there was an extra charge (this is Japan) it was quite small. Also, on Thursday there were a total of 8 people including us in that pool and on Friday afternoon maybe 16. The pool was great! Our kids are 5 & 8, and loved the slide and all the variety of water available. Also, the bath inside the hotel was a great experience. Baths do close at 9:30am so be sure to go down at least by 8:45am to have a relaxing experience. They are open again in the afternoon/evening. The front desk worked really hard to help us with our extremely minimal Japanese knowledge. One worker in particular was always available even running out to the parking garage when we forgot to get get a parking pass that only charged us 1,000 Yen per day for parking. (Much better than the 4000 that the machine was telling us. The buffet was probably great for Japanese guests. As Americans we were a little overwhelmed by all the seafood choices. Breakfast only had eggs, bacon and a lot of other Japanese delicacies (but no pancakes). There was plenty of fresh fruit and bread, so nobody went hungry. Overall we really enjoyed it. There was Kid fun at the pools and then important cultural touring available in Nikko really close by (20 min by car). Near Nikko, we had a good meal at Coco's (an american type chain of restaurants) with an English menu on hwy 121 going into Nikko. Reasonable prices too.
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Date of stay: October 2011
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Room Tip: We did a Suite. There were 2 twin beds (more like an almost double size bed), and room for 4...
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US$278 - US$338 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
JapanKantoTochigi PrefectureNikkoKinugawa Onsen
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Frequently Asked Questions about Kinugawa Hotel Mikazuki
Which popular attractions are close to Kinugawa Hotel Mikazuki?
Nearby attractions include Baum Kuchen Studio Hachiya (0.2 km), Omiyagedokoro Sumiya (0.2 km), and Omiyage Ichiraku (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Kinugawa Hotel Mikazuki?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Kinugawa Hotel Mikazuki?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Kinugawa Hotel Mikazuki?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Kinugawa Hotel Mikazuki?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Kinugawa Hotel Mikazuki?
Conveniently located restaurants include R Mart, Kinugawa, Pantoe, and Mizube No Cafe Terrace.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Kinugawa Hotel Mikazuki?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool and a sauna during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Kinugawa Hotel Mikazuki?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Kinugawa Hotel Mikazuki offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Are there any historical sites close to Kinugawa Hotel Mikazuki?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Tobu Railway Shintakatoku Station Platform and Shed (5.0 km) and Tobu Railway Kosagoe Station Platform (2.6 km).