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Stayed at Lamp no Yodo whist visiting the Aomori region of Japan. It was fantastic to step away from modern life and to a place where there was no electricity and NO cell phone reception. Despite this the owners of the Onsen did have electricity...More
We spent a night here during a three-night driving tour of Aomori. As the other reviews all mention, the location and atmosphere are very unique and beautiful. We’ve been to many traditional inns and hot springs in Japan, and this one was unlike any other...More
After a winding scenic drive to this valley, we were rewarded with a secluded ryokan that has stuck in the pre-electric days. The first thing that strikes you is the prevalent kerosene aroma which may be off-putting for some. Tatami rooms are basic but well...More
Agree with all the reviews that called this place "magical". We stayed a night in mid-Oct - were given a room looking right at the waterfall, fall foliage in its full splendour all around. Dining is a communal experience, and, being totally off-grid, it was...More
Magical place completely off the beaten track, lit by gaslight. Cannot imagine how you would get here by public transport. Hire a car and check weather conditions. best to take your own towel and toiletries.
Thanks for the reply. I made it there. The first shuttle service from the ryokan to the Rainbow lake station is about 8:20 or 8:30am. However, I would recommend to take the 9:30 am ( I think). Hope this info would help for... More
Thanks for the reply. I made it there. The first shuttle service from the ryokan to the Rainbow lake station is about 8:20 or 8:30am. However, I would recommend to take the 9:30 am ( I think). Hope this info would help for other travelers.