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we had a nice experience overall. we opted for the dinner option as well. a lot of local fish was served. i would suggest that they also add a "western bathroom" option as they already have plenty of western toilets. i think that would make...More
This is a traditional ryokan with an excellent location. All sorts of quick access to walkable sites like Kanazawa Castle, the gardens, Samurai Nomura House, Chaya zone, "Ninja temple". Excellent location, location, location. While not as expansive or as modernized as Hotel Kowakien Miyama Furien...More
We stayed at the Nakayasu Ryokan for one night in June. It is a little old fashioned but spotlessly clean and is a very authentic experience. It is located very close to the park where Kenrouken Gardens are and only a short taxi ride from...More
Can't say enough about the staff. They were lovely. My husband was suffering from a touch of gout and was walking with a limp. We were looking for crutches to buy or rent, to no avail. They graciously offered my husband use of a cane,...More
We stayed there for three nights with our son. It's traditional family run ryokan located conveniently to all sights. Room was quite small, but well appointed and very clean. Staff was very friendly and help us to organise my son bday( bday cake , candles...More
It has a separate common Western style toilet room with a sink. This is on the 2nd floor. IIRC, there was another Japanese style toilet room in a separate area on the 1st floor which I never used. On the 1st floor are 2... More
It has a separate common Western style toilet room with a sink. This is on the 2nd floor. IIRC, there was another Japanese style toilet room in a separate area on the 1st floor which I never used. On the 1st floor are 2 separate onsen areas (1 women/1 men); each onsen has a small changing space and shower area before getting into the spa. There also is a small sitting area with mirror and sink. All of the onsen areas are public.