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The second reincarnation of the oldest hotel in Japan. Some would find it old fashioned, but I thought it had a lovely ambience. Large, spacious, comfortable rooms with large windows and a view of the enclosing maple forest and distant mountains. A lovely garden, with...More
We fell in love with Kanaya in many ways, but most of all because it was like being transported to another era.
You can’t find accommodation located any closer Nikko’s main attractions, than Kanaya Hotel – one of the reasons we chose this gem. Another...More
We came to this hotel for a short coffee break after walking around the red bridge area nearby. Coffee and tea is normal but the surrounding structures and environment are pretty. We take a few photos afterwards and leave for other places in town.
This is a historic hotel in the premier location in Nikko that has seen much, much better days. If this was a horse instead of a hotel, the humane thing would be to put it out of its misery. It is a shame as the...More
We booked this hotel based on reviews thinking it would be the highlight of our trip - it was a total disappointment - we paid over $500//night thinking it would be worth it since it included dinner in their restaurant- first, if you think you...More
I am not aware of tours from Nikko, only from Tokyo. You can go by train from Nikko Tobu station to Ashikaga gardens. It takes about 1.40h; about 1 train per h. Tobu station is the first station when you go down from the... More
I am not aware of tours from Nikko, only from Tokyo. You can go by train from Nikko Tobu station to Ashikaga gardens. It takes about 1.40h; about 1 train per h. Tobu station is the first station when you go down from the hotel; the other is JR station. Hope this is of help. Kind regards, Paul