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The main Tsuru-no-yu is hard to get reservation and this annex is a good alternative solution. Located several kms from the main premises, there is a complimentary shuttle bus service every 30 minutes or so, that will let you enjoy the nice open air bath...More
This ryokan, traditional Japanese hotel, is amazing. It is nestled high up in the mountains near Lake Tawazako but surprisingly easy to get to. You have access to three private hot springs so if your nervous about public nudity this is perfect. One of them...More
If you are looking for an action or party holiday then this place is not you. We stayed here for three nights at the end of a two week Japan trip, having spent the previous week skiing. The accomodation is secluded and traditional Japanese, and...More
Yamanoyado is famous for their onsen. We took a long way from akita to here. The greeting from the reception is warm welcome. The Room is very big compare with other traditional ryokan. The onsen is just stunning especially in snowing winter! it is worth...More
This is the annex to Tsurunoya, built in the same style, using the same materials and the same painstaking craftsmanship, but newer, with more modern conveniences. The rooms are spacious and airy, with good bathrooms and comfortable seating areas. The staff is just fantastic, always...More
US$285 - US$292 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#4 Top resorts Hotel in Semboku
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