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Sukayu Onsen Ryokan

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50 Sukayuzawa, Minami Arakawasan Kokuyurin, Arakawa, Aomori 030-0111 Aomori Prefecture
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#2 of 59 hotels in Aomori
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Filip N wrote a review Feb 2020
Lund, Sweden12 contributions
I have stayed in a couple of different hotels in Japan but no other compares to this one. It is not the most luxurious hotel but you really experienced the Japanese culture at this place. Only negative thing is that you do not have your own bathroom. Great food!!
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Pathoup wrote a review Aug 2019
Singapore39 contributions7 helpful votes
Budget room i booked was so tiny for 4 pax and dusty with cobwebs in corners of room. no airconditioning and only a fan in the room. First time in my many Onsen stays did i encounter an onsen with 2 types of dinners. 1 budget and 1 slightly more premium.stayed in the budget room so dinner was budget which i wasn't aware of. topped up 1.5k yen per pax for the more premium dinner on second day but it still pales compared to the other ryokan meals i've experienced. For such a big onsen hotel, the female onsen was so tiny with only 8-10 washing area and a tiny indoor hot spring bath. we had to queue to shower and to soak in onsen and the changing room was so packed with folks coming in and folks dressing up that there was barely room to stand and get dressed without hitting into someone. the Mixed onsen was hyped up to be awesome but i have to say it's really not big either. i truly loves onsen ryokans in japan but i have to say this one really disappoints me in all areas (room, food and onsen).
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Room Tip: if u must stay here, pls opt for the new wing and check on meals and airconditioning in summer time.
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Daniel Yong wrote a review Nov 2018
Singapore, Singapore636 contributions34 helpful votes
The famous and traditional building reeks of sulphur but isn’t that what we all want? The dinner is simple meal but good enough. Presently renovating and I assume the finesse will up a notch soon. Overall a delightful experience and water is good.
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Date of stay: December 2018
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TNJP_Explorer wrote a review Aug 2018
Yokohama, Japan102 contributions59 helpful votes
This spa is fairly well-known for having a large mixed (male, female) spa. It was the busiest onsen I have been to. Many people coming and going most of the day. They have a new wing and old wing. New wing has a toilet and sink in the rooms, the old wing has a shared restroom. Either wing requires use of the spa for bath/shower. In addition to the big mixed spa, they also have separated facilities one for male and one for female, both using the same hot spring water (as the mixed bath). The hot spring water leaves your skin soft & silky. Now the inn seems to be under some construction but not sure if that is temporary or permanent. Breakfast was pretty meager mostly Japanese style (sausage, and toast but no eggs).
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Date of stay: August 2018
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Room Tip: Choose new wing for rooms with sink and toilet.
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ISMETCENGIC wrote a review Oct 2017
Istanbul, Turkey2,493 contributions109 helpful votes
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Sukayu was a big ryokan with an equally big onsen. My small tatami room was nice. There was a gas heater in the room.Common bathroom was clean. Wifi was only functional in the reception area. Japanese style diner and breakfast were delicious. There was a large skiroom outside the ryokan. Skitouring on nearby Hakkoda mountains was amazing.
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Date of stay: January 2017
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$163 - $291 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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JapanTohokuAomori PrefectureAomori
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Frequently Asked Questions about Sukayu Onsen Ryokan
Which popular attractions are close to Sukayu Onsen Ryokan?
Nearby attractions include Hakkoda Mountains (2.2 miles), Jogakura Bridge (1.3 miles), and Jigoku Pond (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Sukayu Onsen Ryokan?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, free parking, and shuttle bus service.
What food & drink options are available at Sukayu Onsen Ryokan?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Sukayu Onsen Ryokan?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Sukayu Onsen Ryokan?
Conveniently located restaurants include Kayano Chaya, Onimen An, and Meddeau.
Are there any historical sites close to Sukayu Onsen Ryokan?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Ishigami Shrine Narita (8.6 miles), Komakino-no-mori Donguri-no-ie (8.9 miles), and Katori Shrine (9.4 miles).