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My husband and I took a little time out for ourselves in Nikko, mainly to see the autumn leaves or "Koyo". We were advised that the park around Chuzenji Lake (a bus ride from Nikko station) is one of the top 3 spots in Japan...More
We had a two night stay at this medium size traditional ryokan (self, husband and grown up daughter) in a traditional tatami room. The inn is tucked in just off the main street, up the hill just before the historic bridge. We were so impressed...More
We chose a japanese style room. It was quite comfortable, although my first time on tatamis. The hotel is very clean equiped with a high-tech toilette. The japanese breakfast was very good! We enjoyed the onsen very much. Most of the time I was alone...More
I traveled two weeks in March with my parents, and I must say, the Nikko Hoshino Yado exceeded my expectations.
First the hotel: Its beautiful, new and clean! The rooms are bright, though I will say sleeping on the floor can be a bit uncomfortable,...More
My sister and I stayed one night at this ryokan before leaving Japan. Booked directly on the ryokan website and chose to pay in cash at check out. We chose the breakfast and dinner option as my sister had not had a kaiseki dinner in...More
Response from William J | Reviewed this property |
When we were there, Dinner was served in the main restaurant. However, one night when we were very tired they were kind enough to send our dessert up after we went to the room. I think that was just an exception.
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"Book through their Japanese website if you know the language; I saved about $50 doing it this way"