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Takimikan is located on top of a hill with some rooms overlooking the river and a small waterfall (hence the ryokan’s name in Japanese). This means that the ryokan and onsen are not located in the town itself, but it’s very easy to walk there....More
The food, staff and scenery were incredible. The multicourse diner was extremely well crafted and strongly exceeded by expectations. Ginzan is a very small, remote and beautiful resort village. If you're heading north in Japan, I would highly recommend staying here to experience a traditional...More
Went to Ginza onsen today, from the infomation office, this the only place provide day off open air onsen today. This the most difficult onsen to reach in Ginza onsen, have to walk to the end of the onsen street, then climb uphill 5-10min. Restroom...More
This inn is located just outside the main Ginzan area. It is set up slightly higher than the main village and overlooks the waterfall, hence the name which translates as Waterfall View. The inn runs a free shuttle down to the village each evening before...More
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$322 - $515 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
You can email them the day before. When you book, they will email you as well asking which time you want the shuttle to pick you up at Oishida Station. For us, we didn’t know which train we would be taking from another place... More
You can email them the day before. When you book, they will email you as well asking which time you want the shuttle to pick you up at Oishida Station. For us, we didn’t know which train we would be taking from another place so we just emailed them the day before and they replied notifying us that they received the message.