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This place is huge with an ambience of the ‘50s and 60’s! Large, dated reception area with a robe dispensary right beside the reception desk. Fairly large size bright room with 2 single beds and a spacious living section with tatami mats and 2 low-slung...More
We stayed at this hotel during our Japan trip in April '17. The room was OK at best. Peeling wall paper and there was unpleasant odor in the room. It was only for one night, and we were with a tour group, so we put...More
Arrival here seemed interesting as our tour group was directed to pick out a kimono to wear whilst in the hotel. I think these kimonos were the newest and cleanest part of the hotel. Very very worn hotel! Incredibly hot inside, barn of a room...More
This is a very traditional old hotel with a traditional hot spring. This was a rewarding experience to visit the onsen. We slept on a futon on the floor with a low ceiling,which was a challenge for my tall husband. The bathroom was a mix...More
USD 55 - USD 309 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I do not think so. For a good view of Fujisan, you need both a closer viewpoint and suitable weather. Even if the mountain was theoretically visible, the hotel is surrounded by quite tall buildings, and you would have to... More
I do not think so. For a good view of Fujisan, you need both a closer viewpoint and suitable weather. Even if the mountain was theoretically visible, the hotel is surrounded by quite tall buildings, and you would have to have a very high level floor to have any chance.