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Fukuchi-in was a very good stay. The room was cozy and right next to the bathroom (a plus). Food was excellent. The weather early November is chilly and parts of the Fukuchi-in are open to the outside air. Be sure and bring warm clothing. Check...More
Stayed overnight at this beautiful Buddhist temple, where we were treated to an exquisitely prepared and presented meal. Each dish was a feast for both the eyes and the palate. Definitely a unique and memorable culinary experience, and a true taste of Japan.
This is not a hotel for those expecting western fawning. The service was excellent and the room was also. The staff is reserved, meaning quiet, so no gushing but everything works as it should. The vegetarian meals were excellent, served by apprentices. The onsen was...More
We booked a room through Agoda, that clearly stated a toilet were included in the room. The booking was made by Agida through JTB that wasn't at all helpful when it the fault lies with them. They told me to call Agoda, I have a...More
I gave this place 4 stars, but as a hotel... not as an authentic experience. I read missanamouse’s May 6 less than happy entry to my wife the day we were to check in, and then said to my wife, “This is one of those...More
US$ 181 - US$ 472 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Throughout Japan, I would only book non smoking rooms as I am sensitive to the smell. Often, the smell would still permeate the room from the floor above, below , or the room next door. So, it depends on how... More
Throughout Japan, I would only book non smoking rooms as I am sensitive to the smell. Often, the smell would still permeate the room from the floor above, below , or the room next door. So, it depends on how sensitive you are. Rooms with tatami mats...absorb odors easily. -- I would compare the non smoking priced room to those in another hotel.
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"If you book here ask for a room with garden view as they are much better"