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We stayed here for 2 nights in Feb'18. On the day of arrival, it was snowing heavily and the Wakaba staff waited at the bus stop for us with umbrellas and took us to the ryokan on a mini van.
The rooms are huge, typical...More
We came here for a 2 night stay to get the traditional japanese feeling. The rooms, better let's say the private house is huge and we did not expect something like that after a two week trip through business hotels in japan.
We were treaten...More
This is a tradional ryokan in Kurokawa onsen town. This area is one of the best onsen in Japan. The ryokan itself is very charming. Room and lobby are clean, very well maintain. Outdoor and insite onsen also nice especially private onsen. Worth for money.
Every thing is execellent except smell from kitchen comes to my room 208.
Customer services, rooms facility, onsens, breakfast are all excellent and exceeds my expectation with the affordable price.
Location is just less than 3 mins walk from the bus station but the hotel...More
Very nice experience in this little onsen town, you can buy an onsen hoping pass from the reception. The hotel diner is very nice. Our room has a private indoor onsen! Nice experience having diner in front of a stove, they also offer horse meat!
Absolutely you have to book the dinner with the room. As there dinner was extremely tasty and they will serve you one by one course in your room very hospitality. Besides around the hotel area actually not much choices to... More
Absolutely you have to book the dinner with the room. As there dinner was extremely tasty and they will serve you one by one course in your room very hospitality. Besides around the hotel area actually not much choices to choose. I 'm not sure you can reserve the dinner when you arrive.
I do recommend to you to book the breakfast in hotel as well