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We wanted to visit Tsuwano as it is an historical castle town somewhat off the beaten path. There are several places to stay, but we thought we would try Wataya based on the descriptions on the various travel websites. Initially we were disappointed by the...More
After the earthquake, Dragonfly Tours, our Japan Tour company, rearranged us to stay here. Another terrific choice from Dragonfly Tours who can be relied upon for booking us into excellent hotels at a reasonable cost.This is our second trip with Dragonfly Tours, and will not...More
I stayed here for 2 nights while on a Dragonfly tour. The Ryokan is located about a 5 minute walk from the train station. Tsuwano is a very small village, easy to walk around, and the accommodation is close to the main tourist sites, shops...More
We spent a day in this charming unspoiled, old town of Tsuwano in Shinane-Ken during our recent trip to Japan. We belatedly realized that you could visit this town in an old style train drawn by a steam locomotive from Shin Yamaguchi on Saturdays, although...More
USD 79 - USD 382 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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