Ryokan Takayama is a cozy traditional Japanese ryokan that boasts a long history and makes one feel very much at home. It is located just 10 min walk from JR Takayama Station, with easy access to all places of interest in the area.
Ryokan Takayama started as a tea house. The owner of the ryokan is now the fifth generation. The traditional appearance and atmosphere of the ryokan give people a very settled, relaxed feeling. There are 11 Japanese style guestrooms, clean and comfortable. The rock bath is the pride of the ryokan. It is a public bath, but can be reserved for private use. Please try a Japanese style bath, very relaxing and refreshing.
Dinner and breakfast are available with reservation. The ryokan offers delicious seasonal Japanese cuisines. Fresh Hida Takayama river fish, famous Hida beef, and local specialty Hoba Miso are all recommended dishes. The hospitality and the taste of traditional Takayama can surely make your trip unforgettable.
Takayama has been called a \'little Kyoto\'. It contains old streets and buildings that are well preserved. Even though the town is small, it takes days to see all the museums, temples, shrines and sites. There are events throughout the year, and it is fun to visit any season.
.Check in: 15:00 (Latest Check-in: 21:30)
If you are late for check-in time, please call the hotel directly. There is no closing time.
.Check out; 10:00
. Parking:13 Cars / Free
. Payments are by cash only. Credit cards are not accepted.
. Extra bed is not available.
.Room facilities include TV, rinse, shampoo, towel and bathrobe (Japanese style).
.Our staff speak Japanese only, but can understand spoken English.
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