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We had the opportunity to stay at this property as a family of four. We reserved a traditional Japanese room with breakfast and dinner served in room. The rooms are wonderful, views are tranquil, and the meals are prepared with local ingredient and served with...More
We have just completed a blissful two day stay at the Hakone Ginyu. The hotel is conveniently situated a 3-5 minute walk from the Miyanoshita railway station and is nestled above a wooded hillside and fast running river that provided the soundtrack to our stay....More
We stayed here a few weeks ago with our 2 boys, ages 11 and 7. We were looking for an authentic ryokan experience, and a luxury/ relaxation day as we had been actively touring prior to Hakone and would be quite active again after Hakone....More
From the winding Hakone route you may feel this is just like other luxury ryokans , but once you enter the lobby, you simply fell in love with the panoramic mountain view and crisp aroma of forest. You feel that you are on the top...More
This may have been the best night of our Japan trip.
Luxurious. Relaxing. Great service and scenery. Amazing dinner and awesome Japanese breakfast (and that’s coming from an American!) My only regret is we wasted time doing the Hakone Loop and got to the ryokan...More
If you arrive early enough at the ryokan, maybe you can drop off your bags and do the Hakone loop (cable car up & down the mountain, boat ride across Lake Ashi, and a bus ride up the mountain). It'll probably take a few... More
If you arrive early enough at the ryokan, maybe you can drop off your bags and do the Hakone loop (cable car up & down the mountain, boat ride across Lake Ashi, and a bus ride up the mountain). It'll probably take a few hours to do this though. Between check in and check out I would just stay and enjoy the ryokan. I don't think there's much to do at night, and dinner takes up a good chunk of time.