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My wife and I stayed at this inn just months after the Tohoku earthquake and subsequent tsunami. We were both quite pleased with our stay at this inn. The primary host, a male, was exceptionally welcoming and hospitable, though very determined to ensure we wore...More
My husband and I traveled to Japan about 5 weeks after the tsunami/earthquake (we had already made all of our plans) and Kirinoya Ryokan was our first Japanese experience. The owner is very nice, and understands/speaks basic English. The ryokan is old and certainly shows...More
If you're looking for a western experience - this isn't your place; however if you want to dive into Japanese culture on limited time and budget - try Kirinoya. I couldn't sacrifice this chance of getting the feel of Japan while transiting with my 2yr...More
We stayed at Kirinoya Ryocan on our first and last nights in Japan in late 2010. It was great! We were in Japan for the experience, and it was nice to be in a place so different than what we were used to (Canadians), but...More
Very dirty, very old. A big dog rounds on in the all (that seems a garage!) and among the tables. The old bathrooms aren't equiped with western wc, but only japanese wc, very old and very dirty.
Only the good thing is that the staff...More
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We googled their name, brought up their website and emailed them through the website. You cannot pay in advance, only cash on arrival. Sorry, I'd attach the link but tripadvisor blocks them. Enjoy your stay!! It's fabulous!
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"Difficult to find as all street names are in Japanese. Call the owner from the JR or Kensei train station in..."