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Reviewed 16 August 2017

The room is spacious and clean (no tv but stable wifi). The bathroom and toilet are separated (which is convenient for our 3 people group). The onsen is small but enough for our need. There are normal temperature onsen, a lower temperature than usual onsen, an outdoor onsen (no outdoor view though). When you come out from the onsen, there is a resting area where you can look out to their Japanese garden. The Japanese traditional breakfast is a lovely touch to complete the ryokan stay. Parking is available here.

The location is a bit far from the city but we rented a car hence it was not a problem for us. Some staffs do not speak English but they are always helpful and trying to understand :)

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled with friends
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Thank Aeh_Pavinee
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Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

My family wanted to try a ryokan- most of them were pretty expensive so we decided to go with this one which was fairly affordable compared to the rest. The photos on the booking site looks pretty old and kinda ugly. But we were pleasantly surprised! Loved the huge room (6 of us) that was covered with tatami. It had a big sitting area with a large tv too. Also really liked the futons- thick and fluffy. The place was a little old looking, but I thought that was perfectly fine since I wanted something traditional anyway. Be sure to go for the breakfast! Had a really hearty one with a lot of variety. Same for the dinner they provided in kaiseiki style. But don't expect a super good one if you've been to a more expensive ryokan. If Basically a really nice place to chill. We spent a lot of time sitting around staring at the artificial waterfalls. Granted, the private dinner area was kinda old and sparse. But the food made up for it!
The onsen area wasn't as well equipped as the other places I've been to. They do provide the bathing stuff, but don't expect combs, lotions and the extra stuff you might find at some higher end onsens.

Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
1  Thank MichelleB9030
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Reviewed 23 July 2017 via mobile

Quaint little place just off the city. We rented a car so have no issues with the location. The ryokan is charming , with little gardens , an onsen and a nice restaurant . There's a perfect lounge area with a view of the gardens where you can help yourself to coffee bin the morning . Traditional breakfast served was great, we did not purchase breakfast for the kids but they were served rice and miso soup which was really lovely .
Room was spacious and clean with Japanese style tatami sleeping arrangements
Wonderful Japanese hospitality here!

Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
Thank Xin Rui L
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Reviewed 27 January 2017 via mobile

We stayed here for a few days in Jan 2017. We booked a ryokan, which had plenty of space for 2 ppl including snowboard gear. The staff are very friendly & accommodating. We enjoyed the free onsen and wifi. We also got the traditional Japanese breakfast each morning. Unique and enjoyable experience. It is located away from the main city center, but we had a rental car so it wasn't an issue, and plenty of parking. There are 2 Japanese gardens which have a lounge areas overlooking them were one can enjoy a coffee or tea.

Highly recommended place to stay when in Asahikawa.

Stayed: January 2017, travelled as a couple
1  Thank RustyFoxTaylor
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Reviewed 25 December 2014 via mobile

This place is beautiful, with a nice onsen and beautiful views from the sitting room. The breakfast was delicious and large enough to satisfy. My regret was that we did not take full advantage of being there, checking in late and only staying one night. Better to linger.

English is spoken sparingly but the staff are very friendly and helpful.

Stayed: December 2014, travelled as a couple
2  Thank Wheaton L
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