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We had one night here after going up the Shinhotaka ropeway and before heading to Kamikochi. I had somehow been expecting a series of buildings across a hotel complex. I hadn't realised the buildings were all connected by internal hallways, so it's a bit of...More
Our family of five visited for three days as we traveled east from Kanazawa back to Tokyo. The lodge is an old, simple, traditional, mountain lodge. This region of Japan is known for its hot springs, or onsens, and most of the lodgings are built...More
We came here for the onsen and dinner. The onsen was very nice, clean and it only costs 500yen for 1 adult. Bring yr own towels and save the towel rental fee. Dinner was great and the price was reasonable
We came here mainly to relax and enjoy its wonderful hot spring. All our expectations were fully met. In addition, the set dinner and breakfast included were also superb. However, there is reasonable " sex inequality " as regards the provision of hot spring since...More
I stayed at the campsite around the corner. The onsen is a 5 minute walk away and serves as the bathing facilities for the site. I love onsen and this one has everything that I like. The main bath inside is alright, but the real...More
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Oh yes, if you are coming from Takayama, take the Nohi bus, the bus station is just next to the Takayama train station. The bus stop is number 5. You could purchase the bus ticket from the ladies at counter or pay as you get... More
Oh yes, if you are coming from Takayama, take the Nohi bus, the bus station is just next to the Takayama train station. The bus stop is number 5. You could purchase the bus ticket from the ladies at counter or pay as you get off the bus.