This ryokan is huge, but has seen better days and is somewhat shabby. Staff were welcoming and friendly.
The room was extremely spacious, minimalist and soulless, with a lovely view from the sitting area. I had requested a western bed, and was rather shocked to be given a small trundle bed with squeaky wire coils and a thin mattress. I didn't get much sleep.
The bathroom was small, with shower over the bath and shampoo, conditioner and body soap provided in bulk dispensers.
Tea and coffee making facilities, and a small refrigerator were provided, as were slippers for the room and sandals for the bathroom.
People who used the onsen commented that it was wonderful. Breakfast was adequate.
The highlight was a twelve course Kaiseki dinner attired in kimonos.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking
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