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A real highlight of our Japan trip, this was a mid-trip treat for us. We stayed at Mikayawa Ryokan for 2 nights at the Tsutsuji building and it was gorgeous. Complete with separate living room, bedroom, showroom, bathroom and private outdoor onsen. This was brilliant...More
Brilliant and very different experience with my Japanese wife; I'm South African.
I was blown away by the very warm welcome; 4 of the employees were lined up and gave us a bow as we entered the ryokan! We both enjoyed the food and especially...More
We stayed in the 'Sakura' Japanese style villa on the mid April rainy days. The temperature dropped down to almost freezing, and we were surrounded by mist. The fresh fragrance of forest made onsen in the open air a refreshing one.
Dinner and breakfast were...More
If you want to stay in a traditional Japanese ryokan and experience a traditional kaiseki meal, then this is the place to book! The location was an easy ride from the Hakone train station (from Shinjuku on the Romancecar) and then direct on the H...More
We caught the H bus from Odawara and alighted at Hakone-en. Cross the road and the Ryokan is opposite. Takes about 40 minutes on the bus. Tip, forward your luggage as there is limited space on the bus and it makes travelling quite stress free....More
Open air onsen has Hot spring water, quite hot.
There is an outside shower with regular tap water, also under open roof, but no inside shower or bath.
Actually it's really nice regardless of the weather.
Response from Rachael S | Reviewed this property |
dinner will probably be the trickiest as they tend to serve very traditional Japanese options, so I would recommended getting in touch with them well in advance so they can accommodate. Breakfast shouldn't be a problem... More
dinner will probably be the trickiest as they tend to serve very traditional Japanese options, so I would recommended getting in touch with them well in advance so they can accommodate. Breakfast shouldn't be a problem at all as they have a western style option (which includes things like toast/croissants/eggs and fruit- was actually all very nice!)