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Good quality of Onsen but less hospitality of owner and stuff. Low quality of food and service as if they needed money for themselves. I strongly recommend to stop just for taking onsen. More than 23,000 yen par person par night!.
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You can have a room if you want with your own private shower and hotsprings-fed tub so you then have a choice of staying in if you don’t feel like going to the public bath for a wash and a soak.
There’s a lovely view...More
Imenakiya hot-spring 犬鳴山温泉(いぬなきやまおんせん) is probably the only natural onsen in Osaka Prefecture.
We stayed here for a night to catch our flight in the next morning. I think this is a much better choice than a transit hotel in the Kansai airport area, yes, only...More
This spa hotel is perfect for a one night stay. It is located up in the mountains with a splendid view of a river. Be sure that you also book the traditional Japanese cuisine because it definitely a memorable experience.
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We were looking for a place to stay near Kansai airport but didn't want an airport hotel. Unexpectedly, I found this place. It was was a great surprise to find that 15 minutes from the rail line that goes to the airport, you enter the...More
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Response from みなみてい, マネージャー at MinamiteiResponded 14 October 2016
US$228 - US$325 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I'm sure you can get into the hotel, although you might have to ring a bell somewhere. But the shuttle won't be running so you'll have to take a cab. I don't speak for the hotel! Just a past traveler. Maybe good to email... More
I'm sure you can get into the hotel, although you might have to ring a bell somewhere. But the shuttle won't be running so you'll have to take a cab. I don't speak for the hotel! Just a past traveler. Maybe good to email them to let them know expected time.
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