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This ryokan is actually quite large. The front entrance is deceptive. Nice onsen. Some rooms have private bathroom and loos. Beddings/tatamis are good quality. Staff are very friendly. This hotel is a quiet location, a short walking distance from the key shrines (World Heritage) and...More
Stayed for two nights in this ryokan at walking distance from Toshogu.
The staff is very friendly, and we enjoyed our stay there. The room is a big tatami room, with toilet and shower. There is Wi-Fi in the rooms with good signal.
We were extremely happy with their service. The hotel is located in a quiet area, next to the creek and about 20 mins walking distance to Toshogu shrine. The room is Japanese style with tatami floor and basic amenity as well as yukata (simple form...More
100m. From bus stop no.10 , Good service and nice onsen both indoor-outdoor. The keisiki cuisine is very excellent and nice service mind. You should choose the half board menu because the nikko restaurants are closed early and so far each restaurant.
My partner and I stayed for a night on the 14th October. We wish we could stay longer but we couldn't afford it. Despite the price, we felt it was worth every penny!
We booked a traditional kaiseki dinner and also the private onsen as...More
US$104 - US$371 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#8 Best Value Hotel in Nikko
#12 Top resorts Hotel in Nikko
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In Japan you can choose in having smoking rooms or not, when you book your room you have that choice. When I was in that Ryokan I chose for a non-smoking room so I can't answer you question about the smell, the rooms were... More
In Japan you can choose in having smoking rooms or not, when you book your room you have that choice. When I was in that Ryokan I chose for a non-smoking room so I can't answer you question about the smell, the rooms were very clean and neat though.