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We stayed here whilst doing the Kumano Kodo walk and thoroughly enjoyed our 2 nights in this charming Ryokan. We had a clean spacious room with tatami matting and comfortable bedding. Our hospitable host was very accomodating. Evening meals were fabulous and delicious - 2...More
What a lovely way to experience the genuine kindness, courtesy and hospitality of Japan! This old-fashioned ryokan looks over the river, 50 metres from the hot springs that bubble up into round pools created from the pebbles into outdoor onsen. The ladies who keep this...More
We stayed here after a 22km hike from Tsugizakura-oji to Hongu, in pouring rain across three steep mountain passes. It was a most welcome relief to arrive!!! The staff were most helpful and friendly, even setting up a drying room for our group to dry...More
Encouraged by the reviews I read on TripAdvisor , I picked this ryokan as a stopover after visiting Yunomine Onsen . Travelling in winter when the sun sets at 4.45pm, I was worried about transport back on the dark mountainous roads. For me, it wasn't...More
Amazing, room, view from the room, meals and above all the treatment from the owner, are perfect. Japan at its core. Amazing, she did everything for us in the best unimaginable amazing way. A big surprise and special times. WOW.
US$115 - US$279 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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