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All reviewsauthentic japanese experienceprivate roomflowing riververy nice gift shopbreakfast and dinnernikko stationthe busrooms are bigvisiting japanmen and womenonsen ryokangreat ryokansashiminikko national parkopen air bathworld heritagewalking distance
We visited this hotel at the end of September. The weather was wonderful! The hotel is easy to find. We took a little bus from the train station. It took us 5 minutes to arrive to the Ryokan. It is very cute! Outside is not...More
I don't know why so many of the reviews here criticise the venue for not having enough English-speaking staff. Nikko is a quiet town in the mountains and the vast majority of the staff at this amazing hotel were of the older generation. While we...More
This Ryokan does not look much from the outside and is a little old but we had a really comfortable night stay here. The staff were extremely pleasant, cheerful and happy to assist especially at meal times. The food was Japanese options only but well...More
$$$ for what you are getting. Our most expensive onsen stay on the trip but it was the least satisfying. The room is older than our other onsen stays. The private room onsen is not really outdoors, just window opening up. The dinner and breakfast...More
This is one of the highest-rated hotels/ryokans in the area, and from appearances that seems justified. It's aesthetically attractive and its proximity to Nikko's major sights is hard to beat. However, it's also priced at a premium, and this doesn't always seem justified.