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Great experience and best location!
It is a traditional Ryokan well located in the city center. (actually there are two main streets in Kinoski Onsen). English is spoken but not for all of the staff which I must say were nice to us and helpful...More
It was really a 3.4. Rooms are good view over the willow lined canal was great. Clean and onsen is nice for a ryokan. The whole experience of Kinosaki is great fun. Walking the streets in Kimono and Yukata. They have little ice cream or...More
It's probably easier to review a ryokan once I have stayed in at least half a dozen. It is not a regular hotel, so there are things that are missing and added. This is basically a room with a toilet. The other common facility is...More
Just one night at this beautiful Ryokan and despite a slight English barrier, everything worked out perfectly. It was our first pure Ryokan experience and we were not disappointed. The service and Japanses set food was just amazing for dinner and breakfast. Everything was very...More
From the moment we arrived, the staff were very friendly and helpful despite the language barrier. As soon as we checked in for our 2 nights stay, we arranged the times that dinner and breakfast would be delivered to our room. We also pre-booked in...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.