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Had a wonderful time staying within Shirakawa-go, wonderful and attentive owner. With shared bathroom and toilet, it was surprisingly not as bad as I had initially expected. But staying within Shirakawa meant I could explore the place longer and with less crowd. Meals (Dinner and...More
Shirakawa-go is a UNESCO world heritage site, so we were curious about staying overnight there. It is located in a valley with a very scenic river surrounded by hills. Staying at one of the Gassho Zukuri minshuku (steep, thatched roof farm houses) here is a...More
My husband and I stayed for 1 night at this lovely ryokan - room and bathroom facilities were extremely clean and functional. The ryokan is located at the back of the village so it was extremely quiet away from the many day trippers. It was...More
Stay here one night with my wife, we booked this Ryokan via Japanese guesthouse, the price is 21800 yen included 2 persons dinner and breakfast so the price still okay for this. We experienced the Japanese food and bed style. This place is nice, food...More
This is my second time to stay at guesthouse in Shirakawako. I would say each place comes in the same standard. You will experience the real Japanese life right here. The price you paid including 2 traditional Japanese meals, 1 dinner and 1 breakfast, which...More
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As most traditional houses in Japan yes the walls are paper thin - when we stayed we were the only guests so we didn't have any problem as there were not other guests to disturb us, however if you are self-consious perhaps... More
As most traditional houses in Japan yes the walls are paper thin - when we stayed we were the only guests so we didn't have any problem as there were not other guests to disturb us, however if you are self-consious perhaps older Japanese houses aren't the best place to be sleeping.