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Tobira Onsen Myojinkan

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Guests1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
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Room & Suite (224)
Dining (191)
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#8 of 198 hotels in Matsumoto
Certificate of Excellence
Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Hot tub
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Shuttle bus service
Valet parking
Coffee shop
Vending machine
Banquet room
Facial treatments
Hot spring bath
Open-air bath
Baggage storage
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
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Non-smoking rooms
Blackout curtains
Air conditioning
Coffee / tea maker
DVD / CD player
Bath / shower
Family rooms
Smoking rooms available
Seating area
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Languages Spoken
English, Japanese
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First I have to say ALL the people that I have come in contact with have been wonderful, caring and helpful. From months ago when I emailed for information about the options of room styles and food allergies and likes and dislikes for my wife, I was treated incredibly well. Hina has communicated so many times and has never lost her patience with me. Then once we got here she continued to be very nice and helpful. The room that we have is very large, with a separate sitting area. The bathroom is just as Hina said it would be. A walk in shower and a hand rail. The service is amazing. Whatever your heart desires they will provide. When you want to go to and from Matsumoto they provide two morning and two afternoon shuttle buses. They are very punctual. The shuttle bus rides are included in your rate. The room rates are very reasonable when you consider that you get a full breakfast, either Japanese or Western food. The evening dinner is also included and remember this is a Relais& Chateaux, so you know it will be great. We had dinner the first night in the French restaurant here on the property. I have posted pictures of the dishes. There were many different wonderful tastes and that makes it a bargain. I have not yet eaten in the Japanese restaurant but I am sure it will be special. Tonight I get to go to the hot springs and can’t wait. Just got back and it was so relaxing, serene and therapeutic. I highly recommend coming here for that as well as the treatment by the staff and the restaurants. You become totally spoiled. Also they provide a Club lounge where you can get good snacks and drinks, even some alcoholic ones. From 3-7 pm each day. I would also highly recommend the spa for massages. I went each of three days for two hours each time. She has a heavenly touch. Not too hard. I don’t know how she is able to keep it up for two hours without a break. But she did and it was terrific. Her name is Ayaka Iijima. Ask for her she is great. I can’t recommend this place highly enough.
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It takes the better part of day to get there and a pirate’s ransom to stay but it is well worth it. I will never forget sitting in the outside onsen while it snowed. Spending our whole stay in yukatas and slippers was quite special to. The meals at the French restaurant were quite good. Many on the staff spoke limited English but they were so nice and courteous that this was not an obstacle in communicating. I look forward to returning.
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I would give it a good but here you only have very good or average so I stick with an average and here’s why... Value for money; for the price we pay by person (not room) we got a relatively small room. Food was good but I had much better quality food in other Onsen. The Japanese meal was ok the French was actually quite good and that’s why I would give it a rating of a good/nice experience. Portions were a bit small though service a bit slow Restaurant manager was very nice though and also helpful with some requests we had. Bath experience was quite nice. It started snowing so the whole experience of sitting outside while it snows gets just so much better. Baths are quite small and the washing areas are outside. A tip to improve service; when ever you want to go outside you have to put on your shoes just before the exit doors. In wintertime it would be nice when the shoes wouldn’t be ice cold...
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If there is one place on earth I must really visit again is this quaint onsen high up in the alps in Matsumoto Japan. It is around 2 hours by train from Tokyo. We came here to see the famed Matsumoto Castle, one of the six original castles left in the whole of Japan. The hotel shuttle took us high up the mountains until the hidden hotel came into view. We were the only non Jap there and they spoke little English. Nevertheless our stay was not affected by the lack of communication for the smiles and bows and nods from the staff more than made up for it. The highlight of the stay was not the three wonderful onsens but the Jap Kaiseki restaurant. Breakfast and dinner were included in the US$550 per night room rate but I assure you it is worth every cent. Imagine having homemade tofu so soft and silky that I practically swallowed it in one mouth full. The salted and grilled sweet fish on sticks (caught in the river just below the property) and raw beef sushi were truly memorable. I promise myself I shall go again when the leaves of the many trees outside the restaurant turn fiery red in Autumn.
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I couldn’t agree more with Goma555. I booked for 5 nights and am writing this on my 4th night. I am also paying USD 900 per night for the first 4 nights and it will be over USD 1,100 for the 5th night. It’s supposed to be the best room in the property; Western style bed with an outdoor onsen, measuring 60 M2. I was immediately disappointed after I checked in because not only we can find a newer bathroom in a $100-room anywhere but was told the 60 M2 included the wooden deck outside the room after I asked why the room was so small. The foods at the Japanese restaurant are mediocre, nothing special at all, and the portions at the French restaurant barely enough. Yes, the corridor is old, the carpet worn out. Definitely, way overpriced.
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$504 - $1,009 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
myojinkan matsumoto hotel matsumoto
JapanChubuKoshinetsuNagano PrefectureMatsumoto
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