Stayed here fir 2 nights as part of a group, chosen for the proximity to the JR station as we were going on a day trip to Toyama and then on to Sakaminato to catch the ferry to Vladivostok. We did not find the city or hotel set up for tourists more of a business hotel. On the Thursday there was a reasonable restaurant in the hotel but this was closed on Friday night and there were not many places to eat nearby other than at the railway station. We had a small room with an outlook onto a small courtyard completely surrounded by high concrete walls, it would have been dark and dingy if we had been spending much time in the room. The bathroom was very small and so cramped, the sink plug was worn out so the universal plug we brought to use in Russia was pressed into service. Interesting walk around the hotel but too far to walk to the Pagoda. Best thing we did was go up to the top floor of the Station/hotel building and have tea seating at a table which looked directly out the window, Nagoya spread out before us, expensive but well worth the experience. As usual in Japanese hotels, slippers and robes and bathroom amenities were included.
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