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The Kaiseki dinner was amazing, each dish too beautiful to eat. It was my first experience in a communal Japanese bath, but they provided instructions in English so we felt quite comfortable that we were using the baths appropriately. The futons were quite comfortable, so...More
We spent one night in Hoshinoyado for our first time visit to Nikko. We had a very nice Ryokan expereince - onsen, Kaiseki dinner and Japanese breakfast, futon beds and sleeping on the tatami, a nice Japanese garden which is illuminated during dinner time, affordable...More
Arguably THE closest ryokan to the UNESCO sites; go down the hill and across the street. Parking lot was about six cars in front of the hotel. Hotel staff was friendly. Room had a bit of wear but was clean. I booked thinking that they...More
A wonderful place to stay while exploring the world heritage sites of Nikko. Sensational food (dinner and breakfast), a lovely welcome from the friendly staff and a spacious onsen with a garden view were the highlights of our stay. The ryokan is located right next...More
Although overrun by foreign tourists and children on day trips, Nikko should not be missed, And Hoshinoyado is perfectly positioned for the experience. It sits at the foot of the well photographed bridge and entrance to the temple areas. The hotel is charming, with a...More
Response from 賀奈子 髙, お客様担当マネージャー at Nikko HoshinoyadoResponded November 5, 2017
Good evening, Mr./Ms.
Thank you for choosing and staying at our ryokan.
We are very happy that you are satisfied with our ryokan. If you have a opportunity to come to Japan again, please remember the wonderful memories of staying at our ryokan. And we...More
Response from William J | Reviewed this property |
When we were there, Dinner was served in the main restaurant. However, one night when we were very tired they were kind enough to send our dessert up after we went to the room. I think that was just an exception.
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"Book through their Japanese website if you know the language; I saved about $50 doing it this way"