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Staying at this ryokan was the highlight of my trip to Japan! The food was amazing, and I highly recommend the kaiseki. The view in the dining room is lovely, and it's in walking distance of loads of shops and restaurants and shrines. The outdoor...More
I booked this hotel simply because it was the only room I found from booking websites, within Nikko city, on a very busy weekend. Booking was done through Yokoso Japan website, and even as a first-timer the booking process was a breeze.
Anyway ... the...More
A very quaint Japanese Ryokan style property at walking distance from the World Heritage shrine site. Staff were very friendly & warm. We had a very pleasant and enjoyable stay. The Japanese breakfast was lovely with a nice view of the surrounding mountains.
This ryokan is actually quite large. The front entrance is deceptive. Nice onsen. Some rooms have private bathroom and loos. Beddings/tatamis are good quality. Staff are very friendly. This hotel is a quiet location, a short walking distance from the key shrines (World Heritage) and...More
Stayed for two nights in this ryokan at walking distance from Toshogu.
The staff is very friendly, and we enjoyed our stay there. The room is a big tatami room, with toilet and shower. There is Wi-Fi in the rooms with good signal.
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In Japan you can choose in having smoking rooms or not, when you book your room you have that choice. When I was in that Ryokan I chose for a non-smoking room so I can't answer you question about the smell, the rooms were... More
In Japan you can choose in having smoking rooms or not, when you book your room you have that choice. When I was in that Ryokan I chose for a non-smoking room so I can't answer you question about the smell, the rooms were very clean and neat though.