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This was a traditional onsen hotel where staff speak very limited English. Most guests were Japanese. However, they are warm and helpful. One waitress could speak English and helped us to communicate with the reception. We chose a western bedroom. They had both hot water...More
We enjoyed our stay at Yumoto Itaya. If you are taking the Tobu bus to this place, you will need to get off at stop 46. Facing the buildings, you will need to go right and then left up a narrow road. After much walking...More
My husband and I spent two nights here in early December after staying in Nikko for a few days earlier. We arrived by bus which works out well. We didn't plan on it snowing which it did rather heavily. But this allowed a lot of...More
Yumoto Itaya is one of the ryokans in the tranquil onsen resort village of Yumoto. It is a lovely Winter's drive north of Nikko. We came for the last few days of the Snow and Kamakura Festival. Kamakura are small igloo like structures made of...More
The hosts were warm, hospitable and welcoming. The ryokan was quaint, cosy and comfortable. It was an experience that left me wanting more. I've stayed in ryokans before but none that made you feel so welcome. I literally felt as though I was being hosted...More
$162 - $400 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#25 Top resorts Hotel in Nikko
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I'd suggest that you contact the hotel by email to find out. You can try calling the hotel directly, but if you don't speak Japanese, it might be easier to contact support at the Japanican booking website instead. If the... More
I'd suggest that you contact the hotel by email to find out. You can try calling the hotel directly, but if you don't speak Japanese, it might be easier to contact support at the Japanican booking website instead. If the hotel don't pick up from Nikko, it's very easy to get the Tobu buses and they run very frequently.
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"For the genuine onsen experience, choose the Japanese-style room."