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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Large but very tarditional ryokan and onsen, konyoku (mixed), with outside baths (3 mix), + one for women, and inside baths. Very comfortable, nice colours in October, mapple three already turned yellow and red. Nice kaiseki style food.Long way from Asakusa, but direct line (1.5H), no Change at Kasukabe, take the bus at the terminal station, then another small bus to the onsen. Nice for spending a week-end, rather good quality-rice ratio. to recommend. More 

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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 19 helpful votes
Reviewed 22 February 2013

Stayed one night in Feb 2013. This B&B is in a very remote area. From Kinugawa onsen station it takes a further 2 hours of bus ride to reach the meotobuchi stop. (only 4 buses per day) The bus ride is one of the most scenic ride i have ever taken.From here the B&B shuttle bus will fetch you to the B&B (further 30min ride).

Room is traditional and basic. You will be sleeping on the floor futon style.

The highlight is the outdoor onsen. There is a ladys' only outdoor bath and 2 mixed outdoor bath.
Soaking in the bath out in the nature with snow falling is a magical experience.

Paid only 10000yen per head which includes dinner & breakfast. Definitely value for money.

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Additional Information about Hacchonoyu

Address: 876 Kawamata, Nikko 321-2717, Tochigi Prefecture
Region: Japan > Kanto > Tochigi Prefecture > Nikko > Kinugawa Onsen
Number of rooms: 8
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#17 Top resorts Hotel in Nikko
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