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I've been to many onsens and ryokans in Japan and Kiraku definitely leaves a deep impression. It's not your typical 5 star luxury hotel nor one of those huge ryokans. Instead Kiraku has limited rooms and is very quaint and homely and you are treated...More
Very transitional type of Japanese style accommodation. The host and hostess are nice and helpful. That 5 courses meal with their famous seasonal crabs was absolutely enjoyable. The service was excellent and all my family felt being respected as honourable guests. Dinner and breakfast were...More
No need to pre-book hotel shuttle. There is always a bus waiting at the train station for guests who are going to hotels located on the main street. Walking is actually OK unless one has large and heavy luggages. Room is fair size and comfortable....More
Kinosaki is a great place for tourists who are interested at old- Japaneses styles, and cultures. When I walked out the JR station, I took a deep breathe, there were few tourists in Kinosaki, very quiet and comfortable.
Before the trip, I found so many...More
It was the first time we stayed in this kind of accommodation. During our stay we were pampered by our hostess who brought us breakfast and dinner and make the futon for us. The dinner in Kaiseki style (equivalent to the western Haute Cuisine) which...More