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Stayed in this ryokan on the second day of the Nakasendo walk. The bus driver was already waiting once we got out of the train station and we were swiftly driven to our ryokan, which is about 10-15mis drive from the main Kiso Fukushima town....More
We spent a comfortable night here on our autumn leaf viewing through the Kiso Valley. The inn is located in the beautiful countryside. A phone call from the train station brings a passenger van to pick up guests. The inn is an older small traditional...More
We walked 18kms on our 2 day Nakasendo walk & stayed here for 2 nights. Our room in the old section didn’t include an ensuite so that meant...yes...sharing the onsen experience! I braved it twice actually & lucky for me it wasn’t crowded. It was...More
I must agree with other reviewers that this was a most beautiful place to stay. The staff were most welcoming and accommodating- I even left my camera behind and quickly they brought it to me at the station as I waited for my train!
As a Westerner, I was soooo happy to find a toilet and shower in my very spacious room. I wish we had stayed here two nights. It was by far the most relaxing ryokan we stayed at during our Nakasendo hike. After a very cramped...More
USD 72 - USD 251 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Nukumorino-Yado Komanoyu Kiso-Gun/Kiso-Machi, Japan
I think it was about $130 per person, I had pre paid as a part of a walking tour and so don't know but a fellow traveller quoted something like that. If that was the price then although that might sound expensive (ask them... More
I think it was about $130 per person, I had pre paid as a part of a walking tour and so don't know but a fellow traveller quoted something like that. If that was the price then although that might sound expensive (ask them the price) it was really a wonderful experience with the best meal and a great hot spa and a night time star gazing
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"choose a room in the annex, those rooms are newer."