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#3 of 110 hotels in Izu
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Discover the warmth of simple mountain village, let the pleasant murmur of the Kano River. Rejoice over the blessing of overflowing 100% natural hot spring baths. Our cuisine takes advantage of the geographical merits of Izu and uses plenty of seasonal fresh seafood and vegetables.
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Free parking
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Spa
Breakfast included
Hot Tub
Paid Internet
Paid Wifi
Public Wifi
Sauna
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Air conditioning
Refrigerator in room
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We took a 3 hour trip from Tokyo to visit Sagasawakan, in the picturesque hot spring countryside surrounded by amazing views of the rivers, fields, trees and mountains. Taking the Shinkansen, then train, then bus, we were pleasantly surprised to be greeted at the Bus Stop and
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In short, this ryokan is highly recommended to those who would like to escape from the city and spend quality time with your important ones. Location: While it is 20 mins away from the closest train station (Shuzenji), it is located close to a river and wood, making the
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We wanted to stay at a ryokan with an onsen, but wanted to avoid the more touristy areas. This was a trek to get to, but it was so worth it. We had a Japanese room with an outdoor bath. The room was huge, the bedding comfortable and the bath was lovely. We weren't familiar with
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Spent 3 nights at this relaxing and quiet place. It’s peak season, i.e. maple leaf, so its price was about US800 per night. But this price included breakfast and dinner so not very expensive. This place has only twenty something rooms and most of them have a private onsen so you
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I have been to a few high-end onsens...and this one was excellent in many regards. First, the property...it is not a very old ryokan...was told that this was built after the war...which in Japan is modern. However, the layout is pretty traditional. We chose a room with an
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PRICE RANGE
$492 - $766 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
JapanChubuTokaiShizuoka PrefectureIzu
NUMBER OF ROOMS
28
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