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Traditional onsen guest house (Ryokan). We were in a "tatamis" room which was spacious and comfortable (sleep on "hard" futons). The highlight is the fantastic dinner / breakfast served by attentive staff in a separate dining room (those staying in luxury rooms will enjoy the...More
This ryokan is lovely. The staff are so helpful and friendly. The breakfasts and dinners were truly out-of-this-world, and the rooms met all the requirements one would have when skiing. It was a little hard on the Aussie back sleeping on a double futon, but...More
This was our third stay at Sakaya and it was a great experience. The onsen was delightful, the traditional japanese breakfasts were amazing. The staff are so kind and helpful. The manager Yuki speaks perfect english and will go out of her way to ensure...More
This hotel must be one of the best and most authentic Japanese style hotels in the ski fields.
From the degustation breakfast every morning including a range of local dishes and taste sensations to the onsen below the the property and the staff and service...More
the first 2 times i was blown away by sakaya ryokan. the food was amazing n the effort put into the preparation was impressive. i mean i asked for vegetarian meal and its gonna be hard to impress with just that but they went over...More