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The room was all heated up when we got in from the April snow so no cold to worry about. Although the hotel wasn't very full, I could tell we had neighbours right next door as the walls were thin and noise came through. The...More
I stayed here for one night. The staff didn't speak English but tried everything to give me a good stay. The rooms and the hotel was a bit out-dated but hey, you are in Hokkaido, this is not Kyoto! I liked it. There were a...More
We found the Kinkiyu hotel to be rather tired but it was busy with Japanese families on the weekend we stayed here. We were in room 527, a Japanese-style room for four. As well as the sleeping area there was a western-style sitting area, where...More
This town must have to be home to the most acidic onsen water ever to be funnelled into a hotel pool! Beware if you have any broken skin as this water stings. But it feels sooo good!! Lovely sulphur smell, with clearer (I suspect) watered...More
We stayed in several ryokans during our trip, and this one felt the most traditional to me. It didn't seem to be very popular with us American tourists, but there were plenty of older Japanese people there. The onsen was really very nice, with several...More
US$81 - US$214 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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