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This is a great place to experience the Japanese onsen/hot baths. Fully Japanese in character, shoes off at the entrance door, a large hotel with western style rooms (which we had) and Japanese style rooms (which we did not see). Wonderful hot pools on the...More
First of all, you have to remove your socks once you enter the hotel main entrance. Keep your shoes in a shoe locker and practically walk throughout the hotel in your socks, or barefooted. The hotel will provide a pair of socks for all guests...More
This rather large hotel was a treat. Superb setting and a fantastic Japanese style room that had a private outdoor bath and overlooked the waterfalls in the hotel park. Friendly and efficient staff. Large buffet dinner and breakfast with an endless variety of offerings, but...More
For me, second only to Hyatt Hakone which doesn’t have an outdoor onsen. Very clean rooms, excellent customer service, amazing onsen, it was a treat to stay here. My only gripe is the food, which was just so-so for Japan, but it’s a very high...More
This large hotel seems quite isolated in a peaceful valley. It offers a wide range of facilities and a range a rooms. The ‘economy class’ room we had was compact but very comfortable with an excellent view of waterfalls. The breakfast range was absolutely huge....More
The Japanese style private baths comes in various shapes and styles. You can reserve them by the hour. They come with an adjacent Japanese style room where you can change and relax. The fee is reasonable and it allows you to... More
The Japanese style private baths comes in various shapes and styles. You can reserve them by the hour. They come with an adjacent Japanese style room where you can change and relax. The fee is reasonable and it allows you to avoid waiting for the public bath when the hotel is crowded. My favorite is the wooden "kashikiriburo"