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Stayed at this unique and somewhat-modern-in-Ginzan ryokan for 2 nights and had great time, enjoyed superb service and food! The interesting architecture was designed by Kengo Kuma, a famous Japanese architect. When we stayed there, the hotel was undergoing some major construction of some kind...More
Have just spent a very relaxing two nights at Ryokan Fujiya. This is our fourth trip to Japan and this elegant Ryokan did not disappoint. Located right in the heart of Ginzan Onsen, it is a calm and peaceful inn. The staff were helpful and...More
The aim was to find a luxurious onsen to enjoy as a couple and this meant it had to be private. After seeing some pictures online we knew Fujiya was the right choice. Designed by Kenjo Kuma of LV fame, the architecture was contemporary Japanese...More
I was here back in September and meant to write about it then but forgot. I came here mainly for the architecture, by Kengo Kuma, one of the great designers in the world today, and found a wonderful building staffed by wonderful caring people. The...More
We live in Tokyo and went there for a 1-day trip from Tokyo by train (Yamagata shinkansen, 3.5 hours) and the view from the train was incredible (snow-covered fields and mountains). The hotel has a free shuttle service from the closest train station.
US$150 - US$1,063 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Ginzan Hot Spring isn't a big place and has limited inns and hotels. Same for Fujiya Inn, the place has selected guest rooms only to ensure the service quality (I guess they have total 20 rooms or less?), so I recommend to... More
Ginzan Hot Spring isn't a big place and has limited inns and hotels. Same for Fujiya Inn, the place has selected guest rooms only to ensure the service quality (I guess they have total 20 rooms or less?), so I recommend to book well in advance, especially around the Japanese Holiday season (search on web for Japanese National holidays). When we stayed at Fujiya Inn, we had the last room available, and we booked 2~3 weeks in advance.
There are many English websites, serch for "Ginzan Onsen Travel Guide" or "Japan guide com"
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