Tosuke-no-yu Fujiya
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Tosuke-no-yu Fujiya

325-1 Hirase, Shirakawa-mura, Ono-gun 501-5507 Gifu Prefecture
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#2 of 6 onsen ryokans in Shirakawa-mura
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Welcome to Tosukenoyu Fujiya, your Shirakawa-mura “home away from home.” Tosukenoyu Fujiya aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.

Nearby landmarks such as Old Toyama Folk House Museum (1.3 mi) and Kaerikumo Shrine (2.6 mi) make Tosukenoyu Fujiya a great place to stay when visiting Shirakawa-mura.

The rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.

Tosukenoyu Fujiya features baggage storage. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.

Should time allow, Shirakawago Gasshozukuri Homurajin Museum is a popular art museum that is relatively easy to get to.

Tosukenoyu Fujiya puts the best of Shirakawa-mura at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.

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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Vending machine
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Hot spring bath
Open-air bath
Baggage storage
Shared bathroom
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Air conditioning
Safe
Seating area
Telephone
Coffee / tea maker
Refrigerator
Flatscreen TV
Hair dryer
Wake-up service / alarm clock
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Tahari8 wrote a review May 2014
Singapore, Singapore75 contributions73 helpful votes
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I found this traditional ryokan through japaneseguesthouses.com because I was looking a traditional ryokan with hot spring, private bathroom and a reserved family bath.

Location - If you're travelling from Nagoya to Shirakawago, I would recommend that you spend 1 night at this ryokan. It is 1 bus stop away from Shirakawago (approximately 20 minutes drive), away from the midday tourist crowds. The bus stop is called Hirase Onsen.

Ryokan staff - They are pretty friendly, though communication may be a very slight problem. But this can be easily solved by using a translation app. Upon arriving I was seated at the common area, warm towel, ocha and red bean dessert with mochi was served. Check in is 3pm so I walked around the quiet town.

The room - They only have 1 japanese style deluxe private suite, I was pretty lucky to get it and it was fabulous! The suite is huge - it has a living room with a sofa and a Sony Bravia television, another room for with a hearth (which was not needed in April), a bed room, a long corridor which has a traditional writing table and mini fridge, and the toilet (which does NOT have shower facilities).

Hot spring - They have 2 family outdoor baths available and you don't need to reserve them, it is on a first-come-first-served basis. Just go into the bath and lock the door. I'm not an expert with hot springs but it was comfortable. In the evening, it can get pretty dark in the bath area so if you just want to get a shower, my advise would be to go before dinner if you're as timid as me :D

Meals - Breakfast and dinner were provided and THEY WERE AMAZING!
Dinner was a platter of seasoned wild veggies, potatoes with sesame sauce, hida beef with hoba miso (the beef that the ryokan served was the best of the 5 hida beef meals I had over the entire trip!!!), chawanmushi and a few others which I can't remember. Doesn't help that I can't decipher the japanese menu written for me.

Breakfast was good too - it came with onsen egg, tofu, potato with a sweet black sauce, pickled veggies, miso soup, grilled fish, grilled hoba miso on magnolia leaf and rice. If you are wondering whats the hype about eating miso, I wanna tell you that I had the same thoughts before the trip and boy... the miso just blew my mind away. I had 2 bowls of rice because the miso is so darn good.
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Date of stay: April 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: Splurge on the suite if you have extra $. It is an awesome experience!
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Dale J wrote a review Dec 2017
Hong Kong, null, Hong Kong2 contributions7 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
If you are looking for an out of the way location, which is easily accessible by public transport, with five star ryokan style comfort and service then Tosukenoyu Fujiya is high on my list.

Getting Here:
The first challenge was to travel via public transport from Takayama to Hirase Onsen. There are 5 buses to choose from departing the Takayama Nohi Bus Center which is right next to the JR Station. My recommendation is to catch the 13:50 bus from Takayama (via Shirakawago) which arrives in Hirase Onsen at 15:18 (no changes) - perfect timing for the 3pm check-in!

Once you arrive in the small village bus stop, you continue to walk in the direction of the bus for about 1-2 minutes and then turn right into a street that then immediately sweeps around to the left - just before you walk under the overpass across the road, the Ryokan is on your right. A total of 3-4 minutes after getting off the bus - so very convenient.

Greeting
We entered into a large open area with no reception anywhere to be found, perfect to make you feel right at home straight away. As we arrived mid afternoon we felt like the only people here, even though we knew that all 11 rooms had been fully booked. Out of no where our host magically appears all smiling and guiding us promptly to some chairs to sit down and relax. A few minutes latter we were presented with a welcome drink and snack.

Room
We booked the largest of the rooms available (Japanese style suite room). You enter the room on the ground floor and ascend a spiral stair case to the room on the first floor (a spiral stair lift is also installed). The openness and abundance of space (living, indoor balcony area, sleeping area other open area) of this room immediately relaxed us with a "wow wow" when we entered the room.

Sleeping
At night it was absolutely quiet with no street, external or other disturbances to distract from anything other than a great nights rest.

Communications
We communicated in English and managed to get by easily enough. With the friendly smiles from all the staff it is very easy to forget we each speech different languages.

Hot spring
There are no shower facilities in the room, but with only a total of 11 rooms in the entire complex, if you pick your timing right, it feels like you have the biggest washroom facilities available. The Japanese style suite room we stayed in is the closest of all the rooms to the common washroom / hot spring area -- only 15-30 'seconds' and you are there once you leave your room (so this is a further plus for this particular room).

There are two public hot springs (female and male) and two private hot springs. The two public are open air and you can look up into the sky above. The two private are enclosed opening to the outside at the rear of the building. There is no back wall - yet completely private - especially given we had high piles on snow there to further ensure our privacy. Just lock the door behind you and are set to relax away. The temperature of the hot spring was spot on (hot but not overly so). We were here at the start of the snowing season and it was absolutely perfect. All is included with your room package.

Dinner/Breakfast
The two main meals are included with the room as a package, which is ideal as there is nothing to choose from in the small surrounding village. The meals consisted of traditional small dishes complemented with an excellent presentation style, quality and taste to match.

Summary
After booking Tosukenoyu Fujiya, the challenge was ensuring how to travel here and also what to expect as this was our first Ryokan experience. But this worry all turned out to nothing. We stayed one night only and once inside the doors there was no incentive for us to leave, just sit back relax and enjoy the great hospitality and experience.
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Date of stay: December 2017
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Facilities / staff are equal for all rooms and therefore you will not be disappointed.
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Jowen L wrote a review Oct 2016
Singapore, Singapore76 contributions98 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We came across Tosukenoyu Fujiya as we could not find any other ryokan that is nearer to Shirakawago. The ryokan is located in a quaint and quite small town about 15 to 20mins away from Shirakawago. First thing to note is that, if you are driving to the ryokan there is a huge sign to direct you towards the entrance which is off the main road. We blindly followed the gps and was brought to the side building of the ryokan.

As our trip was in February, the snow was very thick. We were served hot tea and some mochi dessert while we sat around the charcoal heater/fireplace. Definitely a huge plus. The ryokan was surrounded in snow and the quietness and peacefulness of the surrounding really gave the ryokan a very out of this world feel.

The food served at the ryokan was delicious and exquisitely plated. Our family enjoyed our dinner surrounding an irori, definitely one of the fond memories of the ryokan.

One of our rooms was the suite, there was a staircase that led up to the room with a wheelchair stair lift. The suite had a living room area with a kotatsu (wooden coffee table with heated futon), a sofa and a large tv. A pantry area with tea making facilities and mini fridge. There was a toilet but no showers. A room with a working Irori. We set up the irori and around with snacks and chatted through the night. Do note, though the charcoal does not give off much smoke, there is still a light charcoal smell given off. Do remember to close off the sliders to the sleeping area.

There is a private onsen for families that you can use for free. you just need to let the staff know the slot you want to reserve. There is also the usual same gender onsen which is a must try. So there really is no need for an in room shower. It was a relatively quiet season, there seemed to be only 2 or 3 other groups of guest which was great as it was not over crowded.

It is definitely not the cheapest ryokan to stay in, but for the quality of stay we thought it was worth it. We would definitely recommend Tosukenoyu Fujiya and would love to return given the chance.
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Date of stay: February 2016
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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KuangKuang wrote a review Apr 2014
Taipei, Taiwan26 contributions41 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We wanted to stay at a traditional Japanese guest house (ryokan) but kind of care about internet access and private toilet. We found Tosukenoyu Fujiya, reserved a non-smoking "mixed japanese and western" room for a night with 2 meals.

The experience was amazing. There is definitely free Wi-Fi in the room as well as dinning area in Tosukenoyu Fujiya. Can't complain about the room at all - the non-smoking “mixed Japanese and Western” room has a toilet, living room with TV and sofa. The sleeping area includes a Japanese space adjacent to 2 single beds. The view outside of the window is breath-taking.

The best surprises are the onsen (Japanese hot spring) and food. We were a bit hesitant to book a room because there seems no bathroom in our own room, but after we got there, we would agree that there is no need for a bathroom in our room because otherwise we would miss the experience of enjoying the famous/award-winning onsen that Tosukenoyu Fujiya has to offer.

Lastly, as the shopping or dinning option around the ryokan is very limited, don’t miss the traditional dinner and breakfast sets. The food is wonderful. No coffee for breakfast though, make sure you bring your own coffee to the ryokan on your way to the village.

What a beautiful ryokan. We hope to come back during winter.
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Date of stay: April 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: if you've not stayed at a ryokan before, then you may want to book the "mixed Japanese...
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WKOEHNE wrote a review Aug 2013
Darmstadt, Germany81 contributions93 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We found this place via the excellent site japaneseguesthouses.com as we were looking for two nights in a traditional Ryokan / onsen (spa) environment in the mountains of Shirakawa. Our stay proved to be flawless. The bathing facilities, both public and private, the very varied and excellent food, the peacefulness of the place, very friendly and competent staff (including free pick-up at Shirakawa-go) made it a great break within our roundtrip. The rooms are thought for four persons, very well thought trough with some great details such as a little Zen fireplace. They "even" have WiFi. We were the only non-Japanese. Very highly recommended to those who want to relax the Japanese way in an almost sumptuous traditional environment.
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Date of stay: August 2013
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Tania S wrote a review Apr 2019
Tokyo, Japan182 contributions6 helpful votes
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
If you go ho vist Shirakawago and need a relaxing place to stay,you should go to this hot spring.
Isn’t so far from the world heritage,15-20 minutes by car only.
The place is very quiet and they have a inner bath and an out-side bath and also 2 privet out-side bath.
Isn’t a cheep please but is worth it.
The food is very good and they use a lot of local products.
The staff are kind and help you with all the informations you ask.
You can go with your family or in couple, with friends also.
I really recommend it.
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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waijgjy wrote a review Mar 2018
226 contributions130 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Hirase onsen is a 15-minute drive away from world heritage shirakawa-go. We debated between home-stay at one of the heritage houses at Shirakawa-go or a secluded onsen with good service at Hirase onsen. Since it was our anniversary, we decided we wanted service instead of the novelty of staying in a heritage house.
The signs were quite clear and we found the ryokan, no problem. Wow, Hirase Onsen was really secluded - as in no shop and nothing on the main street except hotels. That was no problem - we wanted a getaway.
Upon arrival, nobody was there to greet us. After we looked for several minutes, a surprised lady came out and told us we didn't have a reservation. After more sign language which got us nowhere, another lady [the boss I presume?] then decided to come out and told us she would check again. Then the boss lady said ok ok. No welcome tea. Just told us latest dinner time was 7:30.
There were some steps and outdoor area from the reception to the room. The lady shoved our suitcase (which she insisted on pulling earlier) back to my husband. Quite a funny moment there.
Room: We loved our room. There was a quaint seating area. The sleeping area was big enough to put 4 futons. No bath in room though. As usual, don't expect English TV channels.
Food: Top notch kaiseki-ryōri. Hida beef and miso were magnificent.
Onsen: The baths were a big disappointment. For ladies, there was 1 indoor bath and 1 outdoor bath. My husband told me same arrangement for men. The hotel did not exercise temperature control. The indoor bath water was tepid and the outdoor bath water was scaldingly hot. Needless to say, this boutique hotel would not have "high-tech facilities" like larger ryokans. For example, a thermometer or an explanation on what each bath is good for. So we couldn't tell for sure how hot it was. It's just neither my husband nor I could soak in the outdoor bath, respectively.
We decided to try the private bath after dinner. Same scalding hot water. We scooped water up to pour onto our bodies. Our bodies became red like burnt skin and still we could not enter the bath. It was just too hot. Can you imagine a couple celebrating their anniversary by furiously scooping water?
We later learned there was a total of 2 couples at the hotel that night. Was that why they didn't bother to set the onsen properly?
Our biggest gripe was abandonment. After dinner, the server lady said goodnight and bowed. Little did we know she and everybody else were really gone. NO ONE was on duty after dinner. And there was no lock at the front door.
Did I tell you some dishes were table-cooked with charcoal? After dinner, we were really fed up with the smell on our yukata. We went through the entire hotel looking for somebody to get us fresh yukata. No luck. And it wasn't fun walking through the frigid air at the corridors.
The next morning I decided to try the outdoor bath again. The indoor bath was a lost cause. My husband gave up on the baths altogether. I sat on pool edge and scooped water onto my body for a good 10 minutes and still I couldn't enter the bath. Then somebody outside the fence must have heard me splashing water and took pity on me. He/she turned off the boiling water tap filling the bath and then I could soak in the bath 5 minutes later.
When we checked out, boss lady congratulated us again and gave us a little momento. We were touched.
Maybe the price was only for the room and the meals. Don't expect a proper working onsen. Well there's a first time for everything - now I have stayed in an onsen hotel without onsen.
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Date of stay: March 2018
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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kwrenm wrote a review Nov 2017
Bainbridge Island, Washington10 contributions4 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I visited this ryokan 10 years ago, and it was wonderful then, but upgraded and even more wonderful now! The service is excellent, with friendly and attentive staff. The food is served in small, individual dining rooms. Very high quality ryokan meals with local, mountain cuisine. Both breakfast and dinner were excellent. The onsen is the main attraction, with separate men and women's bathing facilities with an outdoor rotembo, and spacious indoor pool, both at perfect temperatures! You need to go to Hirase Onsen, which about an hour drive from Takayama and about 25 minutes from Shirakawago. Well worth the stay, especially for couples needing a romantic getaway!
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Date of stay: November 2017
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: In a very quiet town with very little traffic noise from the main road. All rooms seem equally...
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M. R. wrote a review Nov 2017
Hong Kong, China773 contributions260 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Relatively close to Shirakawa but located in a village where there’s not much to do or particular charm.
Service is good, food is tasty, the onsen really nice, the rooms comfortable. You feel really transported into a parallel world of relaxation.
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Date of stay: November 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Maximilian T wrote a review Apr 2017
6 contributions1 helpful vote
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The ryokan is remotely located in a sleepy mountain town, which you're not visiting for the town itself, but rather for the serenity of the ryokan. Dinner was amazing, and private outdoor onsen makes for a very cozy afternoon/evening. Each room contains a small fire pit where guests can burn charcoal for added ambiance.

It takes about 90 minutes to reach Fujiya from Takayama, and 30 minutes from the world heritage site Shirakawa-Go, so I recommend spending the night at Fujiya as part of a side trip to Shirakawa-go from Takayama. Visit Shirakawa early in the day before heading off the Fujiya just in time for the 3PM check-in.
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Date of stay: April 2017
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Ask about garden view with private onsen.
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Answer from Tahari8
Singapore, Singapore75 contributions73 helpful votes
Go to their website. English is available. You'll see a button that says "Make Reservations" below the "Make online Reservations (Japanese)". Click on that and another page will pop up, its in English as well. Hope that helps
Dale J wrote a tip Dec 2017
Hong Kong, null, Hong Kong2 contributions7 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Facilities / staff are equal for all rooms and therefore you will not be disappointed."
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kwrenm wrote a tip Nov 2017
Bainbridge Island, Washington10 contributions4 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"In a very quiet town with very little traffic noise from the main road. All rooms seem equally good."
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Maximilian T wrote a tip Apr 2017
6 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask about garden view with private onsen."
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Tahari8 wrote a tip May 2014
Singapore, Singapore75 contributions73 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Splurge on the suite if you have extra $. It is an awesome experience!"
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KuangKuang wrote a tip Apr 2014
Taipei, Taiwan26 contributions41 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"if you've not stayed at a ryokan before, then you may want to book the "mixed Japanese and Western" room."
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Nearby attractions include MIBORO Dam Side Park MIBORO Electricity Museum/Shokawa Zakura Memorial (3.2 km), Old Toyama Folk House Museum (2.1 km), and Miboro Dam (4.2 km).
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Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and kids activities.
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Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
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Yes, free parking is available to guests.
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Conveniently located restaurants include Oshokujidokoro Jihei, Omatsu, and Myoko.
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Many travellers enjoy visiting Old Toyama Folk House Museum (2.1 km), Kaerikumo Shrine (4.1 km), and Kaerikumo Castle Site (4.2 km).
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