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Spent 3 nights at Kozantei Ubuya. This was the end of a long trip around Japan. The Ryokan traditional Japanese style rooms are fantastic - our amazing view of Mt Fuji from our private onsen (outdoor bath) and balcony + the generous size of the...More
It is said that you get what you pay for. Well, we paid a lot, and we certainly got a lot. We splurged for one night at Ubuya with the private onsen, and were fortunate enough during our one morning to be rewarded with breathtaking...More
They have all the elements of a high-rated onsen hotel! They offer English, Japanese, and Chinese service. The onsen is good and the view of the public spring is also perfect. We were so lucky to witness the reversed Fujisan! Everything is so wonderful!
We stayed here for a wedding anniversary and it was amazing. It was a fun adventure to get to the township from Tokyo via train. From the moment we arrived at the ryokan we were specially cared for - welcome tea on arrival, our beautiful,...More
Amazing hotel. Beautiful and with a wonderful view. Great Onsen. The staff is the epitome of perfection when it comes to customer service.
The only negative I could say is the influx of mainland Chinese guests..... For a posh hotel, it was hard to enjoy...More
You can stay in the ryokan for sure. Tattoos are to be aware in the public bath areas only. In order not to disturb other guests in the public bath, you can cover your tattos and normally they will not refuse you to enjoy... More
You can stay in the ryokan for sure. Tattoos are to be aware in the public bath areas only. In order not to disturb other guests in the public bath, you can cover your tattos and normally they will not refuse you to enjoy the public hot springs. This is how my daughter did with her tatoos (covered with large paper surgical tapes) and she has never been refused in any public baths in Japan. This ryokan also has private hot spring in some of the rooms with gorgeous views.