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All reviews modern ryokan japanese style nara park rooms are great breakfast and dinner room including deer cookies shabu shabu jr station checking out a great stay top floor walking distance hotel is located men and women sitting area western breakfast
I chose the largest room with a private tub and view of the city. The room was billed as sleeping five people. When I rented the room I inadvertently listed two guests instead or three. I corrected the error the next day, months before out...More
Visited this place while in japan, good rooms , breakfast not as good as other ryokan, close to town so we were able to walk, nice staff and they insisted in taking our photo with silly japanese hats on
This was a great find in Nara - excellent location, a stone's throw away from Nara Park and most tourist attractions. A lot of restaurants and shops at walking distance. The only drawback is if you're arriving on JR it's a little far from the...More
We arrived several hours before check-in time and were greeted with a lobby full of at least 100 (yes, 100) school children who were checking out. This was a bit disconcerting, but we left for the afternoon to see sights, and by the time we...More
Yes, we loved the food there! Their dinners were fantastic - beautifully made with good quality of food. Breakfast was nice too! You could tell the chefs had put a lot of effort to prepare the meals! Room was spacious and comfortable. Bathroom was slightly...More
Response from betteskid | Reviewed this property |
We did not take the meal plan when we stayed at this hotel. However, dinner is definitely served in their dining room. I do not know if some rooms also have an option for dining in the room. I would check directly with the... More
We did not take the meal plan when we stayed at this hotel. However, dinner is definitely served in their dining room. I do not know if some rooms also have an option for dining in the room. I would check directly with the hotel. Also, I would add that in room dining in some ryokans can be a very enjoyable experience. I don't think it is an option here.