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Reviewed March 3, 2018

Staying at this ryokan was the highlight of my trip to Japan! The food was amazing, and I highly recommend the kaiseki. The view in the dining room is lovely, and it's in walking distance of loads of shops and restaurants and shrines. The outdoor onsen was beautiful, and perfect for February weather. I wish I could have stayed longer here!

Date of stay: February 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank corir505
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Reviewed December 13, 2017

I booked this hotel simply because it was the only room I found from booking websites, within Nikko city, on a very busy weekend. Booking was done through Yokoso Japan website, and even as a first-timer the booking process was a breeze.

Anyway ... the hotel turned out to be a very pleasant surprise.

If you take the Tobu bus, get off at Stop 11 (Nikko Tamozawa Goyotei Kinenkoen). Walk westbound (direction toward Chuzenji) for a short while, then you will see a small sign with the hotel's name. Just follow the sign uphill.

Though close to the main road, the hotel is nestled in a quiet area. And not only was the location quiet, so were the patrons. It was fully occupied on our one-night stay, but we hardly heard any sound (except during dinner at the restaurant).

Room was comfortable and warm.
Food was nice and plentiful.
Staff were hospitable - not everyone spoke English, but they did assign English-speaking staff to greet us for check in, brought us to our room, and served us during dinner and breakfast.

Upon check out, we were planning to walk to the bus stop. But the staff offered us the shuttle bus service - it was really much appreciated as the rain was really heavy!

This is a good choice if you wish to stay within Nikko city.

Date of stay: October 2017
Trip type: Traveled with family
Thank yasumi999
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Reviewed October 8, 2017

A very quaint Japanese Ryokan style property at walking distance from the World Heritage shrine site. Staff were very friendly & warm. We had a very pleasant and enjoyable stay. The Japanese breakfast was lovely with a nice view of the surrounding mountains.

Date of stay: September 2017
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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2  Thank HaroonRafiq
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Reviewed July 27, 2017

This ryokan is actually quite large. The front entrance is deceptive. Nice onsen. Some rooms have private bathroom and loos. Beddings/tatamis are good quality. Staff are very friendly. This hotel is a quiet location, a short walking distance from the key shrines (World Heritage) and from the city. Take half board because restaurants are rare to find in the Evening in Nikko.
We enjoyed our stay there. They have a free car park for guests opposite the hotel

Date of stay: July 2017
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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1  Thank hugh1957
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Reviewed June 25, 2017

Stayed for two nights in this ryokan at walking distance from Toshogu.

The staff is very friendly, and we enjoyed our stay there. The room is a big tatami room, with toilet and shower. There is Wi-Fi in the rooms with good signal.

Also there are public and private bath. We used the private bath, both indoor and open-air, a good way to relax after a long day walking around Nikko.

The bus stop near the ryokan will take you to lake chuzenji and to the station, and since the red bridge and toshogu are nearby, it is pretty convenient. They also have shuttle service to the stations.

The food was good, we had two different kind of breakfast in the two mornings we spent there both in restaurant and private space. I missed some breakfast for westerners, at least some coffee would have been good.

The dinner was shabu shabu , and many other dishes that satified us completely.

There is nothing in the surroundings so, if you plan to buy food, drinks or snacks, better bring them from somewhere near the station!

Date of stay: June 2017
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Jimjazz
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