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Oosawa Onsen Sansuikaku

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Reviewed 4 December 2016

This is the more modern of the three ryokan in Osawa onsen and it was a good choice - warm and comfortable. A good selection a baths, including a mixed rotenburo which was wonderfully atmospheric at night. In early November the Autumn colours were just past their peak but still stunning. We were relieved that breakfast was self-service in a...

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West Lafayette, Indiana
Reviewed 27 July 2016

Love this onsen and here are the reasons why 1. Private bath! - This is extremely for me as I still find it difficult to go to a public bath. There are 3 private baths here, one of them have a rock pool and the other two with cypress wood. I like the stone bath the most as it has...

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Aomori, Japan
Reviewed 28 December 2015

Osawa Onsen consists of three inter-connected ryokan (Japanese inns). Sansuikaku is the newest, most modern, and most Western-friendly of the three ryokan -- go there, Western visitor! The Japanese-style lodgings at Sansuikaku are traditional, but also plenty comfortable. Our spacious room featured tatami mats and shoji screens, large plate-glass window views onto the Toyosawa River, modern in-room toilets and sinks,...

1Thank Andrew1234
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 14 September 2015

I've just spent one night at the Ozawa onsen and I feel like I have been away for a week.The hot springs are wonderful, there are 6 of them and one is outside and mixed bathing.They try to look after foreigners and the staff are so friendly.One of the staff can communicate in passable English.The food was exquisite some of...

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Reviewed 25 February 2015

I was here for a work party and managed to get a room all to myself. After enjoying a delicious traditional Japanese meal and several dips in the various baths (definitely head over to the Jisuibu section for the outdoor mixed bath) it was a pleasure to wake up to the sounds of the river outside my window. Beautiful rooms,...

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Reviewed 17 August 2014

This was our first onsen hotel in Japan and this is where we started to immediately appreciate onsens! This place seems to be quite traditional and I think that not that many westerners are coming here, so the staff knows very little English. But with some hand gestures and the very few Japanese words we did know, things did work...

1Thank Wien81
Tokyo, Japan
Reviewed 5 October 2013

My husband and I, my parents and my aunt had an excellent stay with good hot spring bath that made our skin so smooth and delicious food. The rooms were spacious and the view from the room overlooking a river and trees was beautiful and peaceful. Since each room had a main room as well as the secondary room, I...

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 May 2013

Many onsen hotels in Japan try to be like this but not many are this good. The basic set up is familiar. The hotel sits on one bank of a river, overlooking the other bank. In many Japanese hotels the effect is ruined by an ugly clutter of buildings intruding on the view, but the view from our bedroom was...

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Reviewed 21 January 2011

I stayed 2 nights and really enjoyed my time there ;) Staff was very efficient, courteous and there was a front office member who was fluent in English. Room was huge and nicely decorated with Japanese folk artefacts. It also came with Japanese ensuite bathroom and overlooked the river ;) Both dinner and breakfast were served into my room and...

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Address: 181 Osawa Yuguchi, Hanamaki 025-0244, Iwate Prefecture
Region: Japan > Tohoku > Iwate Prefecture > Hanamaki > Hanamaki Onsen
Price Range: $250 - $495 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 57
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“Although there are no non smoking rooms, the management will do a special deep clean for a smoke free stay”
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