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Onsenji Yumedono Ryokan
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Reviewed July 7, 2013 via mobile

It's a little out of the way and in an isolated town with very few options for activities or dining. The room and onsen are absolutely beautiful and were my favorite in all the places that we stayed. Definitely get breakfast and even dinner.

  • Stayed: July 2013
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1  Thank CityCarolyn
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Reviewed April 6, 2013 via mobile

We stayed only one night and though very good I think that it is so expensive that it is not possible to spend more than one night. Dinner and breakfast served in the room and small private hot spring, very nice. On the contrary I have been really disappointed by the total absence of someone speaking acceptable English, though from the website you are expecting so. Then, though the check out was at 11:00, they arranged the lift to the train station at 10:30 and only because we insisted to stay more as in fact they wanted to take us to the station even before. Considering how much we paid most probably was not worthy for the hotel itself.

  • Stayed: April 2013
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Reviewed March 31, 2013

The room was very spacious and the private onsen bath is a luxury you can really get used to, but in the end I think it was not worth the price.
The hotel itself is very beautiful but Kawaguchiko is a rather depressing place. There is the remarkable lake but the town is quite depressing and from most of it there is no Fuji view.
I think the staff was not very gaijin friendly despite they put up their best smile to greet us.
The food was ok but too much pretentious.
In the end I think it was not worth all that money.

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank laura c
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Reviewed December 19, 2012

When we arrived the front gate was closed with a sign in Japanese stating the Onsen was closed due to maintenance. Even though we had prearranged bookings they had neglected to give us any notice of this. After roughly an hour of wandering around aimlessly in the cold December night with the assistance of a very friendly local, we were informed that the accommodation was still available however with no wash facilities open. The service upon 'RE'arrival was poor to say the least. Very dissatisfied we left with our refund and stayed at K's House Mt. Fuji which proved to be much more welcoming and comfortable.

If you're looking for the cheaper option for a room with a communal Onsen....this is not it.

  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled with friends
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5  Thank Redmond H
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Reviewed October 8, 2012

From the moment my family was picked up at the cute little railway station to the time we had to say our goodbyes, our stay at Onsenji Yumedono (pronounced "you-may-don-o") Ryokan was an unforgettably enjoyable one. I tell all my friends, "you may know it, or you may don't know it, but Yumedono is the best!" We were blessed to be able to book the Annex Shikibu, which is set apart from the other rooms and is exquisitely furnished. Comfort, privacy, bliss... the private hot spring was so relaxing! And the food - in terms of quality, quantity, preparation and presentation - will leave you speechless. Worth more than every dollar we paid. We'll be back!

Room Tip: For families with small children, the Annex Shikibu is best - there is a private garden for the children to enjoy, with no fear of disturbing other guests! VIP van service is provided to bring you to and from the train station on arrival/departure, and out to the nearby bus station to visit Mt Fuji and the surrounding lake area each day. Note: you don't have to finish all the food served to you!
  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled with family
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2  Thank Ming Yu C
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