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Been staying in many ryokans in various Japan onsen areas. This one is the second worst experience so far. Staff was nice but the condition of the room and public baths were just average and looked unappealing. Booked here for three nights. The breakfast were...More
It's located near hillside and connected to another property, beautiful view of the hill from there. We are served with tea and some snack during our arrival, while waiting to get into a Japanese room that I reserved. There is a small souvenir shop in...More
We took a bus from hankyu umeda station in Osaka and arrived there in an hour. A small beautiful town to explore, a lot of uphill walk but it was good to walk after lunch. Ryokan is about 10 mins walk from the bus...More
Stayed for only 1 night in this ryokan. The ryokan is quite big. We stayed in Japanese Western room with open air bath.
The best part about this place for us was the food. We had a Kobe beef sukiyaki. It was the...More
This ryokan is located in Arima, which is about 1 hr bus ride from Umeda Station in Osaka. When I arrived at the bus stop terminal, I used the payphone inside the bus station to call Gekkouen Yuugetsusansou for a pickup. I believe there is...More
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US$268 - US$1,391 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I'm very impressed about the Japanese Pastry/Sweets, its simply an Art to me..... is there any workshop/class that i can learn or meet with the experts from Irikawaya please ? i'm travelling the Shizuoka Preference around Sept 3 - 5. thank YOU :)
17 September 2015|
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