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Rustic might be the kindest description. Run by 2 older gentlemen with limited English, but try their best to be helpful.
I mistakenly booked thinking this Ryokan was in Hakone but discovered using the tourist information centre at Odawara that it is another bus ride...More
The owner was a very nice gentleman who always helped us the best he could. During our visit all buses stopped due to snow so we were at the hotell all day but still had a great time. We got complementary fruits and beer, he...More
A very old ryokan, all timber inside, hot baths for men and women, genuine Japanese meals eaten on the floor, and futons on the floor for sleeping. Friendly staff, although language was an occasional problem, but hey we don't speak Japanese so it all worked...More
When I arrived mid-afternoon the room seemed ok but by evening the hallway and room had a strong stench of fuel oil. Opening the window helped a bit but the smell was still quite pungent. Noise was also bad. People in the next room talked...More
US$75 - US$145 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#69 Top resorts Hotel in Hakone-machi
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Is it easy to move from the Ryokan Masuya using the Hakone freepass? How far is it from the views of Mount Fuji?
30 December 2015|
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We are considering to book your apartment.
But we have 4 vegetarians (2 adults and 2 children).
We can't eat fish/sea food, meat,
but vegetables, milk and eggs related food are OK.
Could you prepare vegetable meals without fish sauce/ soup for us?