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I loved the uniqueness of this wood structure. The inside is as wonderful and creative as the outside. The family style dining with home cooked Japanese food was wonderful. I enjoyed sitting with & getting to know other travelers & the warm, delicious & plentiful food. Our room
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We enjoyed a very pleasant 3 night stay in this homey, rustic, traditional Japanese lodge at Asahidake Onsen. Our tatami room was small and basic but the "bed rolls" on the floor were very comfortable and cosy. The shared toilets and washing facilities were spotlessly clean. The
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Very kind owners, excellent food and fun atmosphere. One couple said they were the "Token Japanese" as everyone else was from other countries. Great outdoor onsen bath. Basic rooms with shared bath area in cabin area. Supper hiking near by. And be careful of sulphur fumes up on
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Words cannot adequately describe how pleasant this quaint mountain hideaway is. Great hosts, large rooms with views and best of all a stunning rotemburo right next to a mountain steam under a forest canopy. It is worth making a bit of effort to book this one, we enlisted help of
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A unique lodge that is the perfect antidote to the big, impersonal chain hotels we also stayed in. The owners have an understated but friendly manner, and it is a real treat to be welcomed into their 'home'. The location is excellent (walking distance to the Asahidake
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View of Asahidake from my bedroom
Morning view from bedroom window Feb 2015
Doors to the room are all hand made.
Thank you Sabrina. That is helpful I wish they would post something to that effect to stop people trying to contact them at the moment. Many thanks.
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"I believe all rooms have views."
"Choice of Japanese or western style rooms: the latter don't have beds in the usual sense, just raised sleeping platforms."
"Aki Room has great view of Asahidake. But they are not very soundproof."
"Unreal experience and everything I had hoped for"
"Most of the rooms have a brilliant view"
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JapanHokkaidoHigashikawa-cho
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