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I stayed one night at that beautiful ryokan, and it exceed my expectations all the place its beautiful a very traditional japanese style hotel, since you arrive they will ask you to take off your shoes like the traditonal customs ask for, and the very...More
My husband, three children and I had a great stay. This is a traditional Ryokan in a beautiful, quiet small town. There is free transportation from the train station as well as transport into town to visit the other onsen. By staying at a Ryokan...More
We really enjoyed our stay at Onishiya Suishoen, as it was our chance to stay in a traditional Japanese style room. We were met at the station and transferred to the hotel where we changed into our Yukatas. The onsens open at 3pm so we...More
Onishiya Suishoen is lovely. It's not fancy, but it's definitely not rudimentary. The rooms are comfortable and cozy and very clean, the garden is beautiful and illuminated at night. Service is wonderful -- but that's also a Kinosaki trademark - lovely people in a small...More
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Japnese Ryokan with onsen
Room with dinner and breakfast
I have to be honest, Onishiya Suishoen wasn't my top choice for a Ryokan with an onsen in Kinosaki. Actually, it wasn't even on my top 10...More
I'm revising my answer because I just reread your question. Usually there will be a little picture next to a Japanese style room of the number of people the room can accommodate. I don't think If it indicates 2 that would... More
I'm revising my answer because I just reread your question. Usually there will be a little picture next to a Japanese style room of the number of people the room can accommodate. I don't think If it indicates 2 that would work in this case. But I'm deferring to someone who has travelled with a family to answer.