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The location is perfect. It's right in the middle of town and the 7 onsens where you can go onsen hopping! They also brew their own beer which tasted very good. The room we had faced the canals where the all the activity goes on....More
The onsen hotel is situated right in the middle of the 7 public onsens. They all at reasonable walking distances and you can get a chance to try out all of them if you have the time. We spent there for one night including both...More
I have stayed in nicer ryokans but this one is nice and relatively affordable. Its location is ideal for people who want to visit all 7 onsen spas that the pass issued by the ryokan allows you to visit. Book the plan without meals. There...More
As mentioned before by other guests, Yamamoto Ryokan is well run in an Onsen town worth while visiting. We enjoyed the ambiance in town and especially in the ryokan.
Staff is very friendly and professional. Also helpful in choosing an Onsen that suits you.
Yamamotoya is perfectly situated in the center of Kinosaki Onsen about a five-minute walk from the train station. Since it is a small town, location might not seem that important, but when you decide to venture out in your yukata robe and geta wood sandals,...More
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The two baths in the hotel (one for women, one of men) are not heavily used as far as I could tell. Most people are interested in the larger public baths. I used the baths twice - one time no one was there, the second... More
The two baths in the hotel (one for women, one of men) are not heavily used as far as I could tell. Most people are interested in the larger public baths. I used the baths twice - one time no one was there, the second time, the person was just leaving. They are small, but nice, and I had it to myself.