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Minshuku Kintokisanso

06/11/2017 06/12/2017
1 room 2 adults 0 children
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Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed December 25, 2016 via mobile

This was our last stay in rural setting before heading out of Japan and it offered many unexpected surprises that we hadn't encountered in other ryokans. What made this stay special was the warmth we felt from the host Kutzimada-San and his wife who made us feel like we were family guests staying in their home. So much so that...

Thank Roni K
Reviewed September 9, 2015

This is a kind os accomodation called Mintshuku similar to a guesthouse, the rooms are build with the traditional elements of japanese architecture, tatami, futon bed, paper sliding doors, etc.. Inside the room it's very nice and original, the common areas and the outside are in a more standard western style. It also has an onsen bath included for free...

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed August 14, 2015 via mobile

We went here after climbing Fuji! It's easy to get to from gotemba but quite difficult from the Mount Fuji 5th station (required 3 buses and all fairly expensive to buy). The place itself is a bit far out from Hakone but easily accessible via bus which is usually every 20 minutes. There are stops outside the place. The easiest...

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Hoi An
Reviewed October 10, 2014

after a day on trains, cable cars and walking, this was a very relaxing experience. Check in followed by a hot bath. Very relaxing way to end the day. Dinner suggestion of Yanaka restaurant was great as well. Driven there and returned back to the home stay. Great food and atmosphere. Take your dictionary to indicate the foods you like....

1Thank rodhall3199
Tokyo, Japan
Reviewed August 17, 2014

Lovely family-run ryokan. Very friendly and cozy with large Japanese style room and futons. The hosts are very accommodating and speak enough English to advise you about the local transport etc. Didn't try the breakfast or dinner but there are a few eateries nearby such as a cafe, French restaurant and many Japanese options. Fairly basic but definitely good value.

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Singapore, null, Singapore
Reviewed June 5, 2014

I like the homey cosy feeling, afterall Minshuku means home-stay. The host and hostess were very accommodating despite their 0 English knowledge. The full body massage chair is to die for after a good soak in the natural 'sulfurous' hot spring 'onsen'. The foot aches after a hard day's walk were well pampered! Japanese breakfast - very good so is...

2Thank Jenny S
Kuwana, Japan
Reviewed August 19, 2012

It was a very cozy place to stay. I stayed there with my partner and my son. Quiet but not too quiet. Nice bath,room,and breakfast.It was good value. My son doesn't speak Japanese well,but hotel people(acutually run by family)never hesitated to speak to him.tried to communicate with. He really enjoyed there.Of course I enjoyed,too.

1Thank ルカミキ
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Additional Information about Minshuku Kintokisanso

Address: 1111 Sengokuhara, Ashigarashimo-gun, Hakone-machi 250-0631, Kanagawa Prefecture
Location: Japan > Kanto > Kanagawa Prefecture > Ashigarashimo-gun > Hakone-machi > Sengokuhara Onsen
Price Range: $106 - $261 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Minshuku Kintokisanso 3*
Number of rooms: 6
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“Rooms are big. Don't come to a minshuku looking for beds. There's none. Only the Japanese can make visitors pay for sleeping on the floor. However, room is comfy, has a balcony with toiletry water basin on 1 side and a small fridge on the other side, small toilet next to the room entrance, with all the latest gadgets associated with the toilet seat. Baths or showers taken in the naturally heated onsen on the ground floor. There's yukatas (cotton bathing kimono) in every room. Do come here to experience laid back countryside living experience.”
JennyS733, Jun 5, 2014 | Read review
“Don't leave windows open even in hot summer. So cool in the morning.Better bring a long shirt and pants for night.”
ルカミキ, Aug 19, 2012 | Read review
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