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Matsue is not a beautiful city, mostly built in concrete with a bridge not so attractive still in concrete. There is castle up there always with a ccold flux worth visiting. The people are speaking Japanese and almost nothing else. If you are like me,...More
Ohashikan is situated directly on the Ohashi river, just a short walk from the JR train station. Our room was beautiful and comfortable with a wonderful view of the river and lake. Dinners were spectacular, and made from locally sourced ingredients. A soak in the...More
It is not often that you come across a place that has charm, history, comfort, fantastic food, a lovely setting & very hospitable hosts! I stayed with a small group and each person enjoyed this traditional ryokan the most. James & Junko & their tireless...More
I stayed 3 nights at Ohashikan in November 2016, and I had a wonderful experience. I had a huge corner room which even had a small private garden in the entry way. The view from the room was breathtaking, especially at sunset. The food was...More
This is a traditional Japanese ryokan and onsen. The rooms are spacious and tastefully designed in the Japanese manner with tatami mats, low table and furniture, and in the evening, comfortable futon beds. However, for western guests, each room is also designed with western comfort...More
$108 - $344 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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