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Oiwake Onsen

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dsttsd wrote a review Jul 2019
Wilmington, Ohio12 contributions
After checking in to our traditional Japanese room, we were soon invited to our private meal room. The ten course meal was artistically arranged, and for an American full of new flavors. After the meal it was time to go to the osen (hot spring bath). The water was hot in one “pool” and even hotter in the second one. Refreshing! A nice sleep was followed by an elaborate breakfast to conclude an incredible life experience.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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WanderLady28 wrote a review Aug 2016
Spain197 contributions46 helpful votes
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This place is deep in the mountains and its difficult to find if you don't know to look for it but its definitely worth going. Its pretty famous among the locals as an Onsen ( hot spring) and also because it offers a very cheap deal of a nights stay with a king worthy dinner and breakfast included The dinner in this place is famous among locals because its very eclectic and offers many dishes including expensive seasonal seafoods, tempura (my favorite), its very popular Chawanmushi (a savory egg custard), seafood soup, sashimi, grilled fish, rice (cooked in seasonal style), salads, tsukemono, and dessert. The food varies with each season and its a lot of food for one person and it all tasted better than most restaurants that I have been to. The price includes •A nights stay in the ryokan (Japanese- style room with shared bathroom) •popular dinner, more than you can eat! •the very relaxing hot spring. •breakfast •parking Our plan was 8000yen per person per night and we only could stay one night but i am definitely coming back. Everything is Japanese only so I would really recommend you take someone who speaks the language with you. it is accessible only by car but i think there may be some Japanese tour companies that go there because i saw some big busses. If you are in Ishinomaki and don't visit here you are so missing out!
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Date of experience: May 2016
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