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It was my first ryokan stay. Nice experience, although the hotel needs refurbishing soon. I was a bit disappointed that you need to order breakfast extra when you arrive at the ryokan. It is not included in the price. But the shojin breakfast is worth...More
I enjoy visiting Narita for at least 1 day prior to returning to the US. This time I decided to stay at the Wakamatsu Honden, which is right across the street from the Naritasan Temple with its excellent gardens (highly recommended). The food at Wakamatsu...More
I had one night stopover in this ryokan during my travels from New York City to Jakarta. And I love this ryokan so much!
I saw my name put on my door and it looked funny because I saw other names written in Japanese. Is...More
This was our first night in Japan. We arrived at Narita airport and wanted to stay in a place close to the airport. This is a traditional Japanese Inn style with amazing views of the Narita san temple. Sitting in the balcony and drinking your...More
We stayed for one night. After an exhausting flight, we arrived at the ryokan in the evening. We took an onsen bath and had kaiseki dinner. We didnt book the dinner but they were still able to provide us on such a short notice. Staff...More
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Refrigerator in room
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$137 - $263 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I took train from Narita to a station that was near. Got lost in the dark trying to find it, eventually took a taxi from train station and it took less than 5 minutes :/ Next day walked to train station -- was near by and... More
I took train from Narita to a station that was near. Got lost in the dark trying to find it, eventually took a taxi from train station and it took less than 5 minutes :/ Next day walked to train station -- was near by and then took a taxi back to Narita (since I wanted to see the country side -- took less than 20 minutes).
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"best views room are the one that directly overlooks the Narita san temple."