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Reviewed November 9, 2016 via mobile

Firstly, we were welcomed by the lovely owners and shown all the features of the room. Spacious and relaxing. Everything was spotless from the bedroom to the bathroom. Not a sight of dust or dirt to be seen anywhere at all (the floors are sparkling clean). Facilities are new And modern. Spacious bathroom and bathtub. In a quiet little street...

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Reviewed April 24, 2016 via mobile

I wanted to spend some time after my business trip to get a feel of a traditional japanese accomodation (with paper screens, futons, et al). It is difficult to get an accomodation like that in Omotesando or Shibuya so I travelled all the way to Koiwa. This accomodation is located around 10 mins from Koiwa station (you'll see a sign...

1Thank Vinodhan N
Singapore, Singapore
Reviewed February 13, 2016 via mobile

We had a very pleasant stay at the ryokan Fuji. The rooms were Clean and very comfortable . We were given a breakfast call in the morning and The breakfast ( Japanese style) , was lovingly prepared and delicious. Would recommend this ryokan to friends.

1Thank 193_13
Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed December 29, 2015 via mobile

This was an amazing experience! The ryokan was beautiful and clean. The staff were so friendly and helpful in every way. The futon beds were very comfortable to sleep on, and the rooms were well sized and heated. We arrived expecting a shared bathroom, but they are actually private bathrooms. We also had Japanese breakfast served for us, which was...

1Thank oliveles84
Canberra, Australia
Reviewed December 29, 2015 via mobile

My wife and I spent 2 nights here while visiting sites on the eastern side of Tokyo. We had a fantastic experience at Ryokan Fuji! Our hosts were very kind and accommodating. Our plane arrived quite late at night and so they waited up to check us in. They spoke adequate English. The location is in a quieter neighbourhood than...

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Reviewed August 27, 2015 via mobile

This place is a gem! Gracious hosts, clean & fully-equipped rooms boasting futons & tatami mats, even slippers when you take your shoes off to enter the building. All of this in the middle of bustling Tokyo! It's quiet, too. Located near a train station with loads of restaurants within walking distance, far from the tourists and glitter of downtown...

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Bellingen, Australia
Reviewed October 15, 2014

We stayed in this Ryokan one night to get a taste of staying in a more typical Japanese style hotel. We wished we had stayed a few nights longer. Ryokan Fuji is located in Edogawa, a suburb of Tokyo. The ryokan is located in a suburban street and about 7 minutes walk from Koiwa Railway Station. It is also within...

2Thank David M
Coventry, United Kingdom
Reviewed May 4, 2013

This is the only ryokan I have stayed in, so it is difficult for me to make a proper assessment. Upon entering, you take your shoes off and are equipped with slippers that you wear to and in your room. The tatami-matted room was small but clean, and there was no hint of smoke anywhere I went in the ryokan....

1Thank DrPaP
Atlanta, GA
Reviewed December 9, 2009

I stayed at this "ryokan" (Japanese style inn) in 1992 after graduating from college. The staff was very friendly (I think it was family owned) and the rooms nice Japanese style with straw mat floors and mattresses on the floor. I unfortunately did not try the breakfast there. The big drawback is that the location is a little outside downtown...

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Additional Information about Ryokan Fuji

Address: 6-8-3 Higashi Koiwa, Edogawa 133-0052, Tokyo Prefecture
Location: Japan > Kanto > Tokyo Prefecture > Tokyo > Edogawa
Price Range: $123 - $193 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 6
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