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35-2 Matsushima Senzui, Matsushima-machi, Miyagi-gun 981-0213 Miyagi Prefecture
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#3 of 22 hotels in Matsushima-machi

See why so many travellers make Komatsukan Kofutei their hotel of choice when visiting Matsushima-machi. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.

Komatsukan Kofutei offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.

The hotel offers 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and a gift shop, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a restaurant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.

Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Fukuurabashi Bridge (0.2 km) and Sukashi Bridge (0.5 km), guests of Komatsukan Kofutei can easily experience some of Matsushima-machi's most well known attractions.

During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Matsushima-machi Chinese restaurants such as Taikanso, which is a short distance from Komatsukan Kofutei.

During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Matsushima Bay (0.6 km), Matsushima Fish Market (0.4 km), and Fukuurajima (0.2 km), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Komatsukan Kofutei as you experience all of the things Matsushima-machi has to offer.

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Free parking
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Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Free shuttle or taxi services
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Full body massage
Baggage storage
Coffee shop
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Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Vending machine
Shuttle bus service
Hot spring bath
Open-air bath
Gift shop
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Non-smoking rooms
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English, French, Japanese
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You Li in Asia wrote a review Feb. 2020
Vientiane, Laos194 contributions88 helpful votes
Beautiful hotel/ryokan over looking the bay with amazing facilities and fantastic customer service. We had stayed here for 2 nights at the end of our trip to fully relax and enjoy the best that Japan has to offer. We had selected the hotel/ryokan to treat ourselves and we were amazes beyond our expectations. The price wasn't cheap however the facilities, service and quality was definitely more than we bargained for. The rooms firstly were large and comfortable with simple yet elegant decorations. Homemade snacks and two different types of tea are provided on a daily basis and our views of the bay were simply breathtaking. Needless to say, we spent a good amount of time taking photos. The ryokan itself was rather large and what I would consider as a hotel with Japanese style rooms. However having said that, we were able to make use of the private outdoor onsen, overlooking the bay once a day. This was an amazing experience. There are also two different public onsens to use at your leisure however we didnt use these. We went with a half board package and boy were we surprised by the quality and quantity of food provided. Breakfast was a great spread with freshly cooked bread and an assortment of Japanese dishes. Dinner wise, it was a full 7 course meal that included local specialities cooked to perfection. Overall, this is definitely a great place to surpluge and experience true Japanese hospitality.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Cyus H wrote a review Apr. 2019
290 contributions32 helpful votes
Location: At water edge overlooking Matsushima Bay, perfect view from room window behind old pine trees, including private open-air hotspring bath; Meals: Unbelievable fine dining 9-course dinner changing daily by "Master Chef" + breakfast with 15+ little items ~ finest with attention to all small details; Service: Most attentive & ultra polite … despite slight language problem (even 1st-class hotels' staff's English proficiency is so-so in Japan). Price: Unbelievable "readonable" price for sea-view room plus full board). DefinUtley plan coming back if not sooner🤗
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
garryUKLancs wrote a review Dec. 2018
Rossendale, United Kingdom362 contributions91 helpful votes
This is a Japaneses hotel Do not come here for Western Style you get in thousands of cities . So this was the highlight of my trip I stayed in some of the worse and the Best hotels but I wanted something extra Japan and I got it the staff were highest standard and cater for mainly Japanese so forgive them a little if you want every western and perfect English then try the rest but if you want the most perfect location and a hotel with difference the perfection of Japan this is it I wanted to stay longer they were booked up . the room we had had view to die for overlooking island bridge lite up . The hotel was perfection in every way and decor is Japanese low tables and chairs no beds they make them up as you go out for dinner Futons comfy and typical Japanese , As presume be English speaking reads this not Native local I trying to explain what to expect . My feelings and my wife was it was the most memorable part of my trip I loved it my son is traditional English not so much ,but we wanted this experience and we received warm welcome and loved this hotel if I could come back I would in a flash I have stayed in some best hotels in the world and this was my most memorable . I would like thank the staff for the quality of there service, Breakfast is traditional if you rise early and love Japanese then your in for quality I rise poorly and want coffee and pastry so I really am sorry I missed it but it looked amazing . Its was the best part of three week trip and I rate it higher than anything on my trip . As I said if you want bland Western style hotel please forget it and then stop giving stupid revue for hotel you shouldn't have stayed in . Its a short walk along the coast path into town if you like walking and we found another gem at the railway station restaurant called Toto Italian style Fantastic . Try the boat trip round the islands and have walk over to Island over the bridge small charge , you do not need taxi into town unless your old or lazy its lovely walk along the path .if your travelling from station get taxi its not expensive but with Bags probably too far , If your going out in evening or day its 7 min walk not long walk to town for us as 55 years so if your lazy get taxi but its not far walking . And for this view its worth the walk location is superb next to fishing harbour overlooking the island with flood light bridge . I am lucky I have stayed in some of the best hotels world wide and this ranks high the Ritz and the Conrad's will be forgotten This will not . So if you want experience Japan this is it if you want bland world wide go else were don't moan ,
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Date of stay: October 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: overlooking the island view to remember
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SerCh wrote a review Nov. 2018
Singapore, Singapore492 contributions58 helpful votes
We stayed here for 2 nights. The first room I chose is the basic room with no view but surprisingly it is still very comfortable with western beds and nice western kaiseki meals at their western style restaurant. Although we chose the cheap room, the food and service were not compromised at all. Staff were very attentive and we were treated nicely same as expensive room guests. I arrived early at 2+pm and was promptly guided to my room although check-in time is 3pm. The elderly lady even suggested that I book their private bath (1 use per day) and to go to the autumn lights up event at a nearby temple. Staff is not fluent in English so for those who do not know Japanese, you need a little patience in explaining yourself. This is normal as most people in Tohoku area do not know English. We used the private onsen which offers breathtaking view of the Matsushima islands. Water is very clean and temperature is just nice although it is open air and cold. We also used the outdoor foot bath beside their lounge after dinner. It is very relaxing after a nice dinner at the western restaurant. Also, there are 1 welcome cocktail drink each day. The 2nd night, we stayed at their high end Sekkoku room which has a private bath area and awesome breathtaking sea view. This time we had kaiseki dinner in the room which has the best beef I ever eaten. The dinner is the best I had in Tohoku. Once again, service is immaculate. This round we sleep in Japanese tatami room and it is just as comfortable. Inroom temperature and heating is just right, not too cold nor too hot. The toiletries here is higher end and it ya good Ion hairdryer. It has 2 bath area so 2 persons can shower at their own space. The room private bath offers us more opportunities to dip in it and at the same time savour in the beautiful Matsushima Bay scenery and fresh air. Also want to thank them for arranging the tickets and providing free shuttle bus tro and fro to the Entsuuin temple whereby I had the best Autumn lights up night. The stay here is really the highlight of our 18 days Tohoku trip. Thank you Komatsukan Koufutei for this great experience! My conclusion is whether you have a big budget or a smaller one, you too can enjoy yr stay at this ryokan. For those who want to spend most days out can still save money by booking their simple rooms and still enjoy delicious food when they come back to the hotel to rest. I will be back again!
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Date of stay: November 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Tedstravelblogs wrote a review Oct. 2018
Vancouver, Canada362 contributions894 helpful votes
A stay here is a Japanese immersion that starts with the English version of the hotel’s website which is such a challenge that frustration will likely compel you to reserve through a booking agency site, not all of which offer the bewildering variety of room types and meal plans that the hotel does apparently have available. Assuming you do that then you’ll find a veteran 3-star property that was probably once well located on the foreshore of Matsushima Bay but now fronts an industrial-scale oyster farming operation framed by a necklace of the bay’s famously captivating pine-clad islands. The property itself is a pleasant enough place to stay with graceful and attentive service and, if you take any of the meal plan options, the outcome is interesting, tasty and well-presented but the immediate surroundings are disappointing and the photos of Matsushima Bay that go home with you will probably not be taken from this hotel. The good: reception was polite and efficient after which we were escorted to our room by a couple of young ladies angling to test their schoolgirl English while smothering us in graciousness. Our ocean view 10 tatami Japanese style room (#202) with bath & toilet provided adequate 3-star lodgings that were clean, bright, comfortable, quiet and reasonably spacious*. Everything expected was there and it mostly worked as expected. There was a small sitting area at the end of the room with a panoramic outlook over the oyster farms – and islands – of Matsushima Bay. The included WiFi worked well on all our devices and parking is included right at the front of the hotel. Our breakfast & dinner plan provided a well-serviced, good quality and expansive table d'hote Japanese breakfast and a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner of mostly local specialties. * Japanese style hotel rooms are minimally furnished spaces where you live and sleep on the tatami mat floor. It’s something of an acquired taste that we haven't quite acquired yet. The hotel does have rooms with “western style” beds and furniture but we only discovered that later as they were not offered or unavailable on the booking site we used. The not so good: our guest room exhibited some scuffs, stains and a patina of age that suggested a renovation might soon be on the agenda. The bathroom ensemble was a veteran from the school of log-cabin architecture which was very poorly laid out and even more poorly lit which reduced shaving and, I expect, making-up to guesswork. The vintage in-room safe was yet another reminder the hotel’s venerable age. The guest rooms have clunking metal doors with key locks but the door does not auto-latch on closing which means that it will be remain unlocked unless you activate the latch inside or key lock it on exit. You will probably forget that – as we did on occasions – and leave the room unlocked both when you are in and away. The hotel’s restaurant is a blandly decorated windowless room (bunker?) so no matter how agreeable the meal, there’s little encouragement to linger. In any case, you are shooed out of the restaurant towards the end of dinner to take your dessert course in the panoramic and much more comfortably furnished guest’s lounge. Save for the front desk, English is a foreign language throughout much of the hotel, so you'll need to brush up on your Japanese – or sign language.
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Date of stay: October 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: The bay view is the only reason to be here
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US$244 - US$477 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
JapanTohokuMiyagi PrefectureMiyagi-gunMatsushima-machiMatsushima Onsen
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Frequently Asked Questions about Komatsukan Kofutei
Which popular attractions are close to Komatsukan Kofutei?
Nearby attractions include Fukuurabashi Bridge (0.2 km), Michinoku Date Masamune Historical Museum (0.4 km), and Matsushima Fish Market (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Komatsukan Kofutei?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Komatsukan Kofutei?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Komatsukan Kofutei?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Komatsukan Kofutei?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Komatsukan Kofutei?
Conveniently located restaurants include Matsushima Sakanamarket, Kakigoya, and Fisherman's Izakaya Kochira Marutoku Gyo-Gyobu Matsushima.
Is Komatsukan Kofutei located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.6 km away from the centre of Matsushima-machi.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Komatsukan Kofutei?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, and Japanese.
Are there any historical sites close to Komatsukan Kofutei?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Godaido (0.5 km), Kanrantei (0.7 km), and Old Nobiru Station (7.8 km).