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We've lived in Japan on and off for over 13 years and stayed in every type of accommodation. Seen it all good and bad. Eternal Flame where we stayed in early Jan 2011 with Nao and Kimi is No. 1 for our family with 2...More
Despite being in Tokyo during the 9.0 earthquake of 3/11, we braved the trip to Nagano, then to Hakuba, WITHOUT REGRETS. We had the best time!!!
Nao& Kimi with Kari's help were the best host. They were quick to reposnd when we rang the bell...More
We stayed here for 8 days over the Christmas period, and the owners, Nao and Kimi, and their staff were very kind and helpful all throughout our stay. One of their staff, Jay, even lent my boyfriend his own ski goggles because the ones we...More
Like most we chose Eternal Flame based on the reviews. We can support all the fabulous comments posted here. We arrived with a little disaster on our hands with our 1 year old vomiting for the previous 6 hours. He was in a bad way....More
We stayed at Eternal Flame based on Trip Advisor and it has exceeded our expectations...it was the first time to Japan for us and we were really unsure on how things operated....our hosts and staff were amazing, so helpful 100 percent of the time. The...More
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It's never too early to book-I would do it asap. With an exchage rate of about 80 AUD cents to $1 yen (similar to now) it cost approx $270 p/nite for 2 rooms -one twin, one double with ensuite). The 5 course dinner they... More
It's never too early to book-I would do it asap. With an exchage rate of about 80 AUD cents to $1 yen (similar to now) it cost approx $270 p/nite for 2 rooms -one twin, one double with ensuite). The 5 course dinner they serve (you must book the day before though) is approx $25 AUD p/person-very inexpensive and delicious. There are not any cooking facilities-we did use the hot water to make 2 min noodles for the kids-otherwise its a 6-8 min walk to the "Lawson"-like a 7/11 where you could buy some ready meals-mostly salad, sushi, karage chicken, potato gems, chicken skewers-that sort of thing. Also you can buy alcohol there. We bought pizza for the kids one night and walked up to the Italian (3-4 mins) Restaurant Syo to collect it. Cherry Pub (2-3 min walk) does western style food, quite good, similar prices to hm.