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Traditional tired, but clean building. Limited shuttle buses and last JR bus is early afternoon, so don't arrive in Aomori late! Mixed or separate sulphorus bathing. Day tickets available. Very helpful, friendly staff although little English. Rental yukatas for the shy. Cute English translation about...More
Sukayu Onsen is a classic ryokan with a large mixed gender public bath, which is known as the "1,000-person bath". It is also renowned as the first registered national health resort. There are also two smaller hot springs, one for men and one for women....More
Located few minutes away from Hakkoda Ropeway, this large historic ryokan is a guaranteed experience to Japan in its purest traditional element.
Each room is a tatami room where doors are sliding and where slippers must be removed before going in. There is no bed...More
This Japanese style ryokan is situated in between Aomori and Towada Lake so very convenient to stay after visiting Hakkoda Mountain before going to Towada lake next day (Bus Ride 1.5 hours each). There are 3 sulphur hotsprings there and one is very famous mixedbathing...More
We loved Sukayu, both to stay at and hike around. But the hike from Sukayu to yachi onsen via takada-o-dake is almost impassable at present as the path is heavily overgrown from the top of takada. The descent to yachi is described as 90 minutes...More
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US$109 - US$314 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I'd like to ask whether you provide the separate onsen room for Male and Female?
Or just have the big onsen bath for Male and Female taking a bath together only?
We plan to stay there one night for 12 persons on around 4 or 5 December'2014. Are there rooms available for us e.g. 6 rooms for 6 couples?
Looking forward to have your kind answering :)
9 October 2014|
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"The rooms are 300 years old, spacious and traditional tatami mat rooms with futons, but do not have ensuites..."