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Reviewed 15 September 2016 via mobile

Traditional onsen with private bath. Outdoor Onsen built on a natural river. Completely blend in with nature but with such luxury in service and food. Very exclusive you own your block and private dining room. Good service without overdoing it.

Highly recommend this traditional hotel.

Date of stay: September 2016
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Lomo9
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Reviewed 23 August 2016

I recommend this Japanese style onsen ryokan to everybody. Their service, food, room, onsen were excellent.
震災の後だった為、他のお客さんがあまりいらっしゃらない静かな時におじゃましました。お風呂、部屋、サービス、お食事全てにおいてとても満足できました。特に夕食は一皿一皿感動しながら美味しくいただきました。川沿いにある露天風呂も最高です。食後にロビー付近でWIFIを使っている時にはコーヒーいかがですかとお気遣い頂きました。離れの露天付きのお部屋もとても広く贅沢な時間を過ごすことができました。他の方にもお勧めですし、次回はじっくり2泊はしたいすてきな温泉お宿です。

Date of stay: June 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank Y O
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Reviewed 17 April 2016

Oyado Nonohana is a traditional style ryokan. By that I meant this ryokan is family run, practices the traditional ryokan ideal in its service, its cuisine, etc.. I am making the distinction as we are seeing the growth of modern style ryokan that operating like a hotel, introducing chic/modern decor, innovative cuisine etc.. Oyado Nonohana offers what a ryokan experience may be like over 100 years ago. 

Service was impeachable and it was done with lots of heart. Staff truly anticipate our needs before we know it. However the very personable service came through discreetly and we fell completely at ease throughout our stay. Most staff do not speak English but we can still feel the heartfelt care they have for us. There was no communication issue as they have one English speaking staff. 

The kaiseki dinner was prepared in traditional style. It was one of the finest I had tried. The food presentation was exceptional like art pieces. Lots of discipline must had gone into the preparation. 

This is a mid-size ryokan located in the midst of nature. The whole setting is timeless and tranquil. Decor is mainly wood based and tastefully done. Its outdoor onsens which over look a stream is lovely. 

Prior arrival arrangement was done through email in English with ease. Ryokan driver was promptly waiting for us at our arrival at the bus station. The ryokan is about 15 minutes drive from the Kurokawa town center.

It is a very memorable traditional ryokan experience.

Date of stay: January 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank Xexplorer
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Reviewed 12 February 2016

We lived in 2 rooms, Shion and Hanezu, both could enjoy indoor and open-air onsen, it's the single pool which could separate by partition, when it opens, you could have spa under open-air, and it becomes indoor when you close it. It's a good design and we love it very much.

The food also every nice, the beef, chicken hotpot as well as the basashi. The service is also very good.

Date of stay: January 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank NTB_HK
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Reviewed 20 May 2015

We stayed just one night here a few weeks ago, and I wish we'd stayed more.

We had a room on the second floor of the main building with a private bath - which was awesome! The room was very traditional, yet extremely spacious, with the tatami mats. The futon was set up in another room, so no need to put it out yourself. Lovely garden view from the window.
Down some rustic stone steps was out beautiful bath room - a huge private area with a vanity room with mirrors leading into a fully stone-lined wet room and massive, steaming stone bath. A window next to it so you can look out to the garden.
The dinner was particularly delicious - about 8-10 courses of the most beautifully prepared kaseiki morsels, with some pretty reasonably priced wine too.
A huge thank you to the girl who looked after us during our stay. We couldn't have hoped for better service, and she was also extremely pleasant, engaging and her English was impeccable which made things a little easier. Because of my tattoos we knew we weren't allowed in the public bathing area, however our hostess arranged for us to have a little 20 minute private dip with the public area all to ourselves after hours, so we could experience bathing next to the river.
I can't recommend this place highly enough. Desperate to go back again!!

Room tip: We stayed in the Sakura Japanese style room.
Date of stay: April 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank emmajane20152015
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