Comfortable, basic accommodation, with tatami mats, futons, shared bath & toilet and peaceful views out over the river from the window. We enjoyed the bikes provided, riding along the river path and around the centre of Matsumoto. Very friendly hosts made us feel welcome in many different ways (including drop off to station).
We stayed two nights in this Ryokan during our holiday in Japan. Matsumoto is a cosy and relaxed place, without the tourist crowds we experienced in other cities, staying in different hotels, who were all good, this Ryokan gave us a memorable experience. Everything was very well organized, the pick up from the station, the free bikes, the cleanliness of the place. The warm welcome from the hosts, the excellent way in which they took care of us during our stay. Making sure we could enkoy andrelax completely. Yesterday when we returned from our bicycle trip, during which we had a heavy rainshower and were completely soaked. The owner rushed out with umbrellas and his wife waited with towels and put newspapers in our wet shoes. This really felt as coming home! We tried both the Japanese and Western breakfast, they were both excellent. If you are staying in Matsumoto this the place we strongly recommend! …
We had stay for two days in a familiar room very cozy. The ryokan is very comfortable and has a good bath. Japanese breakfast is excellent. There is a nice backyard where you can stay or have your own meals. If you don’t have a car they take you from the station to the hotel and back and provide free bycicles to move around. The owners are very kind.
We had a ball in Matsumoto whilst staying at this friendly Ryokan. Bikes to ride, Onsen, breakfast and a view. Lots of local information and again owners so friendly. Breakfast either Japanese or western both were delicious and filling.
We spent two nights in Matsumoto on our way to Kamikochi Valley. The ryokan was very comfortable and we enjoyed staying in a traditional Japanese room for the first time. The owners were extremely hospitable and gave us rides to and from the train station. We also used their free bikes to get around town and go out to dinner. The best part was the amazing Japanese breakfast!