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Reviewed 3 December 2016

The hotel is conveniently located in a walking distance from the Ise Jingu shrine. It's a pretty new hotel with younger staff, who all were full of great hospitality. The room was very spacious, clean, and comfy. They had variations of colorful Yukata (easy-wearing kimono-type bathrobe) to choose from. It was fun to stroll wearing them to the hot-spring bath. My room even had a small ceder outdoor bath tub on the balcony! It was a dream like experience to dip in a hot spa viewing the forest of the shrine just in front of me. They provided guests with complimentary snacks, popsicles, and drinks from 4:30 am (traditional bread for early visitors to the shrine) to 23:30 (ramen noodles). When I was just to leave the hotel at 5 am to visit the shrine before dawn, it started to rain. I almost returned to my room for an umbrella, when a hotel staff at the entrance offered one for me. He also offered me a disposable body-warmer to carry in my pocket as it was a chilly morning. The dinner and the breakfast were very good too, with so many kinds of food. I would love to stay there again.

Date of stay: November 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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Thank Mika K
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Reviewed 29 July 2016

Tranquil place up from the Shrine.

Cedar wood everywhere making the environment very serene and natural. Onsens are stone or wooden themed and they alternate between male and female each day. Taking an onsen before breakfast is so very relaxing and it also freshens you for the day ahead. Get yourself an ice lolly and a Yakult afterwards in the refreshment corner.

The evening kaiseki can be a bit drawn out. Our meal lasted almost 2 hours. Breakfast on the other hand was nice and swift with us eating at our own pace.

Beautiful place, ultra friendly hospitality. Excellent stay.

Date of stay: July 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank HKeater
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Reviewed 18 February 2015

We visited in December 2014 as a family of four. We stayed in the Wa-Yo- Suite (mix of Japanese and Western room with tatami flooring but beds instead of futon). Being a new hotel, it is very clean and when you arrive you leave your shoes at the front entrance (they store your shoes away in a locker) and you will walk everywhere in the hotel in your socks. The ladies have the special perk of choosing a pretty yukata to wear during their stay.

We tried out both the individual baths you can reserve (no problem with getting a bath if you aim to go around 6pm when the first dinner sitting is served) and we tried the big baths. Both are good and the added snacks (ice cream or chocolate milk) served right outside the baths was a nice touch.

We chose this hotel because of its proximity to Ise shrine. It is walking distance to the Inner Shrine and there is a little back road to take you the main road (with shops and restaurants) which leads to the shrine. The hotel anticipates the early risers who make the first visit just in time for sun rise and they prepare bread and coffee for the early "pilgrims". When we were on our way out, the hotel staff came out to give us hot (kairo) packets that warm up and it was helpful when we were walking through the December morning cold to the shrine. The shrine was nearly empty and the early morning light was beautiful and just peaceful. I don't think I could have made it to the shrine at that early magical hour if I had not stayed in this hotel.

The only disappointment was the dinner service (there are three services which you choose when you check in). You go down to the restaurant where there are semi-private individual seats for your party. The food must all come out of the kitchen at the same time and is not paced according to personal eating speeds so it felt a little bit like eating in a factory line. For breakfast, order the Japanese breakfast, it is delicious and much heartier than the Western breakfast.

Date of stay: December 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed 9 April 2022 via mobile
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Date of stay: April 2022
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 January 2022 via mobile
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Date of stay: January 2022
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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