It is not a Japanese style ryokan, but a family-owned homestay. If you accept this, and you will understand the minimal service, and with shared toilets and bathroom.
The homestay is close to the main train station, abou…
This is my first experience staying in a ryokan. Visiting Amanohashidate for a couple days, I figured I'd go with a traditional ryokan experience, and Jinpuso didn't disappoint.
Located just a few minutes walk from Amanohashidate Station and within walking distance to nearby att…
Jinpuso Inn is a small hotel near Amanohashidate Station 3 min walk.
There is only 8 rooms in this place.The room is clean you can share toilet and public bath in public area also clean. Worth price. I think this is cheapest but good hotel in this area.
On the upside Jinpuso is right near Amanohashidate, the thin sliver of land crossing Miyazu Bay. I spent one night here in April 2017 and didn't try the food (which I should have- there is literally nothing open in Amanohashidate at night other than ramen).
The building itself …
The area around this place is amazing and I can definitely recommend people to stay in this area. However, having stayed in many Japanese inns as a foreigner who speaks Japanese, I have to say this has been the worst. I was made to feel VERY unwelcome.
The food was very nice bu…
"Amanohashidate can be viewed in sea-side room"
"The ryokan provides an open-air bath that could be reserved for personal use for a fair price. Great option for couples."
"If you request a sea view you will be treated to tremendous views both at night and the day, the stars are in the millions on a clear night."