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Takayama Kanko Hotel
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Reviewed January 31, 2013

This is Ryokan, huge, clean with all the beauties of Ryokans. GREAT ONSEN. Super clean. Breakfast included. Great price and amazing attention. Amazing views. A little far from the town if it's snowing and you want to walk down. The English manager Yuki was so sweet! If I ever go to Takayama, will go there again for sure! Loved it.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 23, 2013

Booked as a package with ANA flights, so it was quite cheap. The hotel is located on the mountain but there is a shuttle bus from hotel to Takayama JR station which you can get off at the morning market if you want. You also could use taxi if you arrive after 9 pm, the price was 880 yen for me (from JR station). There were outdoor onsens in another building that were very great, and one onsen at the top floor with nice view. They also have private onsen for couples or families with additional fee.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed April 10, 2012

Brought my family to Takayama to experience a traditional Japanese Inn (Ryokan).

Hagi Takayama is a modern Ryokan. All the modern conveniences (TV, private bathroom, ref) but room has tatami (woven mat) floor and paper walls. They give you a Yukata (summer version of a kimono) and you can pretend to be a samurai noble all day. The Ryokan sits on a hill overlooking Takayama village which has an area where the old Japanese houses were preserved.

For dinner, they have different sets to choose from. I recommend going for the Shabu-shabu plan where they serve your meal in your room. A waitress comes in and sets a table as if it were a work of art. We extended dinner with Hida Beef which is one of the best steaks we ever had.

You can bring with you a bottle of wine which you may get from duty free coming in. Groceries, surprisingly have cheap wines, too. The room has a ref so you can stow some sake and snacks you may get in the town's morning market which runs mornings near the river. Handicrafts, snacks, beverages, and whatnots are on sale, fleamarket style.

The place has onsens (hot Japanese baths) both indoor and outdoor. You can rent a private bath for an hour or go to the public (for hotel guests) ones for free. I like the public ones because it is ourdoors and you immerse in a hot water pond made from boulders. Nothing like a 40-50 degree tub to get you to wind down at the end of the day.

At night, They convert your room into a bedroom. A gentleman and a lady come in and haul out the futons from a closet and lay it out on the tatami floor.

Room Tip: Get a room at the annex. I think they have better views of the town.
  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled with family
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Stayed: May 2018, traveled with family
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  • Stayed: April 2018, traveled with family
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