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This pretty inn is clean and pleasant. The service is good (really very good, though not top notch by Japanese standards. We were welcomed with tea and cake in our room. There are good bathing facilities (divided by sex) in stone and wood that use...More
We loved our stay at Ryokan Azumaya..It is pricey but I think all of the accommodations in this sweet little town are. The service was great ,the food was beautiful and very good. The rooms and common areas need updating. They are worn and outdated....More
This was our next stop on the Kumano Kodo after Kawayu Onsen and offered a total contrast to the Fujiya Ryokan in that location. This ryokan has the air of traditional Japan, somehow time warped back to the 1950s or 1960s. It is faded and...More
My husband and I stayed in a lot of ryokans during our Japan stay. We stayed here on our first kumano hiking night.
This is a traditional ryokan with the perfect location. We had a huge room, with its own toilet and basin and the...More
You may be surprised as I was when you walk in the place. It doesn't look like a fancy place. It looks old and faded. BUT the food and service are worth more than what you pay for the stay. So it's as if you...More
US$ 205 - US$ 507 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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