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Hong Kong
Reviewed 7 February 2016

when planning this trip, my husband decided to mix things up a bit....so while we covered some big cities like kyoto and fukuoka, we also went off the beaten track to cover some smaller towns like kinosaki, karatsu and iki. a comfortable 1.5 hour ferry ride (where there are just carpet covered floors where people lie flat/ sleep) from karatsu,...

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Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 31 December 2015 via mobile

Iki Island feels isolated and a world away from modern Japan yet it is only a short ferry from Fukuoka. Kairi Murakami provides the modern luxurious ryokan for this escape. It is recommended for the experienced Japan traveller or those looking to immerse themselves into something a bit different. Pros - beautiful modern ryokan. Felt like a hotel designed and...

1Thank OzCol1981
New York, NY
Reviewed 27 October 2015

I chose Iki Island because it is known for beef, uni, marine/beach activities and onsen. Kairi Murakami rooms all face beautiful water views. Upon entry, the lobby is wide and has a panoramic view of the water. All the staff are super friendly and helpful. My room had both a tatami room and a western bedroom. Electrical outlets in the...

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Additional Information about Kairi Murakami

Address: 119-2 Katsumotocho Tateishinishifure, Iki 811-5556, Nagasaki Prefecture
Region: Japan > Kyushu-Okinawa > Nagasaki Prefecture > Iki > Yunomoto Onsen
Price Range: ₹ 26,115 - ₹ 51,261 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 15
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“All fifteen rooms face the water”
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