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Osawa Onsen Sansuikaku

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#4 of 51 hotels in Hanamaki
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Shuttle Bus Service
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Air conditioning
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Great View
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Stayed here with a tour group. What I liked: Rooms are large and rooms face directly in front of river about 5 different types of hot spring bath, some open 24 hours good breakfast and evening meals good wifi reception in room and throughout building
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This is a good place to stay for travellers wanting to experience sleeping on tatami, having a kaiseki dinner served in your room by a lovely kimono clad lady, onsen - both mixed and segregated or a private one in your own bathroom. Rooms facing the river are large, with a separate shower / bath,wc and vanity. All new and very clean. Dinners served in room with breakfast in the dining area. Rates (half board = dinner+breakfast) are reasonable for the facilities compared to some I’ve experienced. All onsen facilities are clean in Sansuikaku. There’s also a coin laundromat. You can buy lunch at the little restaurant. Go for walks around the hotel grounds. One of the managers speaks English and all the staff are very pleasant, friendly and helpful. Easily accessible- either use the hotel shuttle from Hanamaki or ShinHanamaki. I used the bus from Hanamaki (because of my train schedule), 620 ¥ (Hanamaki -Osawa Onsen),weaving thru a non descript town and finally on to the countryside. When you exit the train station, go towards the right hand side where the buses depart. The stop is the last one closest to the main road. There’s a lovely gentleman at Hanamaki station who speaks excellent English and he made sure I was at the right stop. On the return journey you can either use the shuttle or take the bus. The bus stop is right outside the hotel complex. This part of the country doesn’t get crowded and they appreciate tourists. So go visit. Oh, there are cherry blossoms/sakura on this property, so you can kill several birds with one stone! Or in winter you’ll experience snow.......
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highly recommend to visit osawa hot spring when traveling to japan tohuku . it is wonderful to stay stay at this hotel. the price is reasonable and the view at my room is so amazing, and I can enjoy all the hot spring in osawa, especially the most famous which is an outdoor hot spring. the staffs is so nice, the service is great and the room is clean, me and my family love this hotel so much and would like to visit osawa and this hotel again when we travel to tohuku.
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Fantastic surroundings, gorgeous scenery, best outdoor onsen (for guests and public use) to soak in and contemplate while taking in the scenery. Price was more than reasonable, considering the many onsens available within the establishment. We got a river view room (room 102) on the ground level and all we needed to do was step out of the balcony to soak our hands in the refreshing waters. Service staff was attentive and very accommodating. It was a super memorable stay and I will definitely be going back...soon. Infinite thumbs up!!!
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We stayed here one night and wished we had selected a longer stay as there was so much area to explore. There are a multitude of interconnected buildings path ways and bridges between the numerous onsens that stretch out across the property. Some are part of the hotel and some are accessible by everyone, some are outside some are inside, all of them share a warm and redeeming life affirming quality. The food was particularly good and breakfast was Viking style, very much worth the extra cost for inclusion. The hotel is somewhat updated very clean and the room faced the river with a large open area and outdoor access. The real star of the whole show though was the near back in time quality of the group cooking area also accessible to the public and in an older part of the property it was unique very cool and made for some great photos. Most of the staff speaks enough English to get by so don't be put off by the off track location. I'll definitely be back on my next Hanamaki adventure.
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$194 - $344 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
JapanTohokuIwate PrefectureHanamakiHanamaki Onsen
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