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Yamamotoya was our only ryokan experience in Japan and it exceeded all our expectations.
I booked directly with the hotel about 5 months before our travel date. No complaints; everything went smoothly and I received very fast responses to any emails I sent. I recommend...More
We had a room with a view to the canal/bridge. The hotel itself is located close to the town center, about 10 minute walk from the railway station. There are several baths around this hotel. We received a pass from this hotel, which allowed us...More
This wasn't our first stay at a ryokan but it was by far our favourite. Every need is fulfilled at a moments notice, we wanted for nothing! The baths were a highlight; surrounded by a beautiful gardens filled with live crabs. It was unreal.
Wonderful ryokan! We stayed here in December 2016. We were welcomed warmly at check-in time (no early check-in available) and were ushered by two ladies in kimono into our room, which was really gorgeous - tatamis surrounding a private courtyard (tiny bridges and rocks and...More
The ryokan is located in a good location in the middle of the street at the cross road where there's a family mart across, souvenir shops further down, plenty of cafes and old-time games shops, totally very lively at night. It is also in the...More
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The two baths in the hotel (one for women, one of men) are not heavily used as far as I could tell. Most people are interested in the larger public baths. I used the baths twice - one time no one was there, the second... More
The two baths in the hotel (one for women, one of men) are not heavily used as far as I could tell. Most people are interested in the larger public baths. I used the baths twice - one time no one was there, the second time, the person was just leaving. They are small, but nice, and I had it to myself.