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We stayed at the Yamamotoya for just one night whilst visiting Kinosaki Onsen.
The ryokan is beautiful with a lovely friendly team.
Our room was upstairs at the back with a private toilet and shower if needed, however we spent the majority of our time...More
The location is very good, quiet and traditional environments, rooms are clean, staffs are helpful and very nice.
I stayed there with my friends for holiday, we have four persons, they arranged two rooms for us, one is river view, the bigger one is gardens...More
Yamamotoya was our only ryokan experience in Japan and it exceeded all our expectations.
I booked directly with the hotel about 5 months before our travel date. No complaints; everything went smoothly and I received very fast responses to any emails I sent. I recommend...More
We had a room with a view to the canal/bridge. The hotel itself is located close to the town center, about 10 minute walk from the railway station. There are several baths around this hotel. We received a pass from this hotel, which allowed us...More
This wasn't our first stay at a ryokan but it was by far our favourite. Every need is fulfilled at a moments notice, we wanted for nothing! The baths were a highlight; surrounded by a beautiful gardens filled with live crabs. It was unreal.
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The two baths in the hotel (one for women, one of men) are not heavily used as far as I could tell. Most people are interested in the larger public baths. I used the baths twice - one time no one was there, the second... More
The two baths in the hotel (one for women, one of men) are not heavily used as far as I could tell. Most people are interested in the larger public baths. I used the baths twice - one time no one was there, the second time, the person was just leaving. They are small, but nice, and I had it to myself.