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Parking is available at the bottom of the steps leading up to the ryokan. Someone came down to help us with luggage. Check in was efficient and we were shown around the facilities. We had a semi-western room which was in fact two adjoining Japanese...More
For the price charged, the place is quite considerably old and pretty run down but the scenic view from the hot spring (onsen in Japanese) and the delicately prepared meals offset some of the disappointment.
The service at Miyamaso Takamiya is excellent, and the building itself is beautiful and sprawling. One of the best ryokan kaiseki meals I've ever had, outstanding natural onsen, and great location not far from the ski slopes. They'll also provide vouchers to visit the local...More
We spent a night here and it has ben a great exprience! Staff were very polite and could speak English well. I had a traditional Japanese room and we slept on the tatami which they laid out while we had dinner.
Dinner is great here..so...More
I spent 2 nights in this Ryokan as part of 5 day ski trip in Zao. It was a wonderful, fascinating introduction to Japan for me and my girlfriend and a good base for skiing. It's a very traditional, historic ryokan. We were the only...More
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I believe all the rooms are en-suite. We had 3 different room types between the 5 of us and they all had toilets and bathrooms. Although truth be told, washing in the en-suite bathroom was nowhere near as good as using one... More
I believe all the rooms are en-suite. We had 3 different room types between the 5 of us and they all had toilets and bathrooms. Although truth be told, washing in the en-suite bathroom was nowhere near as good as using one of the ryokan's on-site Onsens!