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During our 2 weeks in Japan this is the Best ryokan we stayed in. Great value for money, wonderfull hospitality by the staff, a large, clean room for the 4 of us with a beautifull view. The dinner was fabulous- Great chef! Traditionel and local...More
Make no mistake - this is seriously good gourmet food, aided and abetted by stunning surroundings, beautiful presentation and elegant Japanese service. To have your tabletop cooker put out by a special wooden extinguisher because the shinshu beef is "now cooked enough" tells you everything....More
SO, this was an amazing stay. The walk up to the hotel starts you off - the grounds are beautiful, well groomed and a treat for the eye. Once inside, the reception is charming and helpful. the rooms are comfy, well decorated and roomy. the...More
Staying at Fujioto Ryokan was the most magical experience of our 2.5 week tour of Japan. This is a small Ryokan with only a handful of rooms but provides an absolutely stunning experience. The rooms themselves are beautiful - our party of 4 had the...More
This was a real treat, a very elegant ryokan experience. We had a beautiful room with a view of the garden. The dinner was amazing - 10-course with full explanations of what all the dishes were and how to eat them. Breakfast was also wonderful....More
Ho! We went in october, not high season, we spent about 120 € per persone per night, but there are included the dinner (7 fantastic dishes) and the breakfast...not so expensive for a traditional ryokan in Japan!!!
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We took a taxi from the local station to the Ryokan, and he dropped us at the door. However, I had gone on Google Earth before arriving and found it. It is large, and set back from and at a lower level than the road. There... More
We took a taxi from the local station to the Ryokan, and he dropped us at the door. However, I had gone on Google Earth before arriving and found it. It is large, and set back from and at a lower level than the road. There is a lovely garden between the road and the building.
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"if you are traveling with three or more, ask for the room in front facing the garden. Comes with private..."