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Been to several onsens/ryokans and this one is my favorite.
Far from main roads, in a small village, great authentic experience.
Large room with sitting area, small and comfortable public bath and a small private one.
The jewel in the crown is undoubtedly the dinner!...More
Yamaka is situated in a remote village above the Kiso valley, with views of impressive Mt Ontake. It is a calm and tasteful modern hotel, with large Japanese style rooms, with ensuite toilets, comfortable futons and free wifi. Unusually, the window screens are fitted with...More
We were lucky enough to enjoy a two night stay here on Walk Japan's Summer Nakasendo Way. This was the very best of all the ryokan style places that we visited. The staff was stellar, the food at all meals amazing, the rooms the most...More
Situated on a quiet village plateau, this inn stands out for its modernized refined decor with comfortable guest rooms(and importantly attached bathrooms). What makes it outstanding, is the superb banquet they serve for dinner, which can include horse sashimi. There is a smallish but well...More
A wonderful inn with views of Mt. Ontake. We checked in early and were greeted with warm smiles and a delicious lunch. Our multi-course dinner tonight was outstanding including wagyu beef, fresh trout, in season vegetables and a particularly delicate roasted tea panna cotta. Do...More
US$176 - US$297 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from AlexGal_12 | Reviewed this property |
It's easy to get from Haneda to Matsumoto. Probably two trains.
Then you'd have to take a local train to a nearest station and proceed by bus... But this is not a very accessible place. We drive there.
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