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2-15-1 Kamiyamada OnsenOutstanding 97%
tonymary2 Wonderful traditional ryokan with excellent hospitality. Quaint facility with nice indoor wooden bath and beautiful outdoor rock bath. Excellent service including prompt pick-up shuttle from the train station. Our host Tyler was helpful, courteous and knowledgeable. Once we arrived and saw how nice it was, we tried to change our itinerary so that we could stay another day, but we could not. We were also dissapointed that we did not plan take our meals there - I'm sure they are excellent. We look forward to the next opportunity we have to visit the area and will without hesitation stay at Kamesei Ryokan.
3075, Hirao Yamanouchi-machiOutstanding 96%
meag_ko Lovely traditional Japanese accomodation. Owners are very `hands-on` with all guests so if you prefer to be left alone, maybe reconsider. Mr. `Shimaya` offers to drive you all around town to let you see the sights, including the famous snow monkey park. The ryokan is located close to the station and a short walk from town. Facilities are clean and the beds are amazing so don`t be afraid of the tatami mats! There is no common room and the entrance/ lobby are nothing to look at but the rooms are bright and have private balconies. Good place!
39, Suzaka, Suzaka city, Nagano prefecture, JapanOutstanding 96%
Yamanouchicho Shinyudanaka OnsenExcellent 94%
amachan123 Yudanaka Seifo-so was the highlight of our trip - I wanted to stay longer, but my family decided we should keep travelling. The hosts were kind and enthusiastic and so proud of their beautiful establishment - with good reason. There are 3 beautiful onsen - my favourite was the 'rotemburo' (outdoor onsen), where we sat while snow brushed our eyelashes. There was a fragrant new wood onsen and another tiled onsen with a glass roof inside. These people went out of their way to look after us and they were darlings. They loved my children and my children will always remember this night. I look forward to staying there again next year. Yudanaka was a beautiful rustic village and as an added bonus, the ryokan was just a couple of minutes walk from the station. If you don't eat dinner at the ryokan, ask them about the great yakitori bar nearby. A five-star rating from us for this special place.
jojo.brook This Ryokan which is owned by an elder Japanese couple is lovely and quaint with many up, downs and nooks and crannies. As soon as we arrived we were taken to our room and treated to Japanese tea. The room was spacious and very clean. Although there are common facilities you do have a washbasin in the balcony section separated from the sleeping area. The location is excellent, with a bus stop right outside and many food choices scattered all around. We loved the Oyaki with green veggies and pickles from the little village as you head towards the temple. It can be a little tricky to find so look for the little restaurant attached to the shop selling teapots and such. Please consider staying here if you are stopping in Nagano as it only adds to the experience.
2222 Hirao, Yamanouchi-machi Shimotakai-gunExcellent 93%
634-5, Minami-asamaExcellent 91%
juhapekka. Quite a nice place, excellent value and very helpfull staff. They don't speak much of english, but if you can manage a little japanese, you won't have any problems even if you wish to know something other than related to your stay at the ryokan.
1356 Suehiro-cho Nagano City Nagano Pref.Great 80%
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