Pros: Very nice traditional japanese guesthouse. Staff was very welcoming and helpful. Dinner and breakfast were very good. Nice to have two rooms for staying and sleeping. Very comfy beds.
Cons: As there is only one bathroom for women and men, it was not clear with all the western guest, whether to use it together or alone. There was no explanation. It might be helpful to have some extra ...
Pros: The property was very atmospheric and in a beautiful small town. The food was authentic Japanes cuisine, so great if you are feeling adventurous. We loved all the little shops nearby, and the views ...
Pros: The staff and the dinner
Cons: Matrasses were a bit thin
Cons: No chairs in room and only one male shower down stairs and low beams to get too
Pros: If you are visiting this area, we recommend that you seriously consider a stay at this property. It was the highest quality in terms of welcome, friendliness and location. We were fortunate to be ...
Cons: Nothing- perfect stay- one of the highlights of our trip to Japan
Pros: The mix of modernity with Japanese tradition
Cons: That indicated in the description discrimination to people with tattoos, luckily in the place nobody said anything to me for having tattoos, although in the baths I did not bump into anyone.
Pros: -the dinner -the location -real Japanese style ryokan
Cons: -a little bit pricy
Pros: The food and service was amazing!
Cons: The bedding had a few strands of hair on it
Pros: Fabulous traditional Japanese Minshuku right in the middle of Magome. The spread of food they provided us was amazing with lots of vegetarian options, and it was lovely to just chill out in our own ...
Cons: It's halfway up a steep cobbled street so might not be accessible if you have difficulty walking. It's also not very easy to spot as the sign outside is small and discreet - we walked past it...
Pros: 1. Traditional Japanese inn, to experience different local accommodation. 2. The traditional set breakfast and dinner (where each guest had a small stool). 3. 2 separate rooms (1 for sleeping and ...
Cons: 1. My wife has a different opinion, but the absence of a chair gave me a bad back. 2. Dragging our suitcases uphill on cobbled path.
Located on the Tenry-gawa River, this secluded authentic ryokan offers 10 guestrooms over an expansive premises, and is the perfect place escape the hustle and bustle and savor fine Japanese Kaiseki set meals prepared with seasonal ingredients.
Pros: This resort like hotel was in a beautiful spot and had some great facilities like onsen, table tennis and karaoke. The hotel is great value for money but needs a lot of love and care.
Cons: The Western style hotel room felt dreary and depressing, almost like it was built on a burial site... The fact that there was no food was perplexing considering it was such a big hotel/resort. ...
The soft, soothing hot springs here are said to have beautifying effects, and hotel guests are able to enjoy the neighboring Yubunesawa hot spring spa free of charge.
Pros: It was an Onsen, frequented by Japanese holiday makers. Little English was spoken but that did not matter. We had a marvellous experience, great value for money and a wonderful traditional breakfast.
Pros: Having a traditional japanese breakfast is a good experience. The staff is very polite and patient. As we don't speak Japanese,we use goggle translate to communicate with each other.
Enjoy and relax in a large tenbo-buro (a bath offering a good view). The building is designed for wheelchair access.
This hot spring inn is located in southern Shinshu (Nagano). It offers enjoyable activities and sceneries throughout the seasons, such as peach and cherry blossoms in spring, refreshing beverages in summer, the colored foliage in autumn and the silver landscape in winter. Play tennis, climb Mt. Ena, or savor some tasty charcoal-grilled food.
Pros: Room was clean and 2 staffs (2 old men) was nice. Hot spring was ok.
Cons: 1/ No wifi in the guesthouse. 2/ The air conditioner was out of working at the midnight suddenly.. (water drops from the air con and the machine made strange sound.. finally I switched it ...
Pros: Great taxi-service: Pick-up delivery from and to railway station and from and to the famous Magome-Tsumago trail. Nice onsen Expensive food-options, but quality is Very good. If you want to be ...
Pros: We love the hotel very much! We were very fortunate to be upgraded to Fuki no mori (which is located just across the road and belongs to the same group) due to the low tourist season. The hotel is...
Pros: -Use of the hotel onsen facility (very nice outdoor one) -Very friendly staff
Cons: -Only Bento style diner, which you need to resevere few day in advance. -No restaurants in the area (mountain) -There was a group of japanese tourist, they were very loudly till 2am.
Pros: Onsen was superb! We have even visited it twice during our overnight stay - in the evening and in the morning. Staff is very friendly and helpful. They really care about you! Room was also great ...
Cons: Dinner here is expensive and you can get only bento. But we knew about that and brought our own food - we have bought it in Nagiso supermarket just near the station. It would be great if they will ...
Pros: The staff-especially the fluent English speaking, Noa, were welcoming and most helpful. As a mountain ryokan, you either bring food or commit to eat at the sister (and fancier) Ryokan. Both dinner and...
Cons: Nothing material
Pros: As part of staying at this location you can use the Japanese baths in the adjacent property. This was a great new experience and lots of fun. The hotel is very traditional. You need to leave your ...
Cons: The buildings are a little rundown and tried but we had a great stay
Pros: The room was big and the heating was good. The onsen at the sister hotel was authentic and well enjoyed. The dinner boxes for the adults and children were of a high standard. The staff were very good...
Cons: Rooms don't have private bathrooms and there are no showers at all. To wash, you must use the public hotel onsen up the driveway which might not be some people's cup of tea. There was no room ...
Pros: The food and service were incredible. Beautiful scenery and location, perfect if you want to get away from a busy city.
Cons: It was very far from any shops so make sure you come prepared!
Pros: What a special surprise! We loved the location and the beautiful spring flowers that were in full bloom at the end of Golden week. Late at night the hotel was lit up and looked like a magical ...
Pros: That staff were incredibly helpful. The breakfast was very good.
Cons: The location was awful. There was no way to get to the hotel other than taxi which was usually $50.00. The final ride to the train station was over $80.00! There was no shuttle bus and we had no ...
Pros: Great place !!!!!!
The hotel's rooms are spacious.Dinner is Kaiseki plus the arrangement of French.Table tennis and billiards is free.You can use Wi-Fi.
Pros: The property was beautiful and was in a great location. It is right at the beginning of the Nakasendo Trail.
Pros: I loved the old traditional Japanese feel to it. Getting to wear your robes around the place and eating with chopsticks. The lady who greeted us was so so so lovely. The hike from magome to tsumago ...
Cons: It was a bit of a long journey there but very worth it!
Pros: Great place. Great and very nice hostess. Everything was perfect.
Pros: Fantastic location, very friendly staff that speaks excellent English
Cons: I have a hard time sleeping on a real futon
Pros: Lovely inn in the center of Magome; delicious, traditional dinner and breakfast; super friendly, helpful staff
Pros: The staff were very helpful and communication skills were great.
Cons: It was more of a hostel which could have been clearer
Pros: Real Japanese experience Beautiful room at the front Quiet Nice views Very clean Nice atmosphere We booked dinner and breakfast and it was a real Japanese experience. Very nice and a 'must&#...
Pros: Magome the town is beautiful.
Cons: While it is a 'traditional' style Japanese in in Magome, no Japanese people stay there. Magome is a day trip and there is literally nothing else to do there after 4:00 pm. We hiked from ...
Pros: Very hospitable staff. Comfortable. Lovely dinner- one serve was quite enough for two.
Pros: A very good onsen and to be honest it feels as good or better than some of the more famous onsen areas in Japan. Chef prepared food everyday was quite creatively different and local.
Cons: The overall facility could use a little more lighting as it could seem more lively. There is only a small problem with booking.com seems to had communicated the rate incorrectly. The staff was very ...
When visiting Achi, Otogi-tei KOFU is a great choice to consider. Free perks include full breakfast daily and self parking. Rooms offer flat-screen TVs and slippers.
When visiting Achi, Yuruino Yado Keizan is a great choice to consider. The restaurant is perfect for a bite to eat, and you can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge or visit the spa tub for a relaxing end to the day. A steam room and a garden are other highlights, and all rooms offer flat-screen TVs and refrigerators.
Pros: Relaxing stay. Staff provided small bowl and spoon for our 13 month old which was nice. Close enough to hear the river at night.
Pros: Breakfast is okay and one room for one group of guest
Cons: There is no bath soap, shampoo & conditioner, tooth bush & tooth paste provided inside the room. We can only find these stuff in public bath room!!
A historical inn with an unchanged atmosphere of the good old days, Oyado Sansui is located in the mountains of southern Shinshu (Nagano Prefecture). Relax in rooms with traditional decor and take a stroll around a Kyoto-style garden.
Pros: The staff were so lovely - they arranged some special lunch for us even though the kitchen was closed. They made an effort to speak english and were so welcoming. Plus the onsen was amazing!
Pros: Super friendly Extremely happy & willing to help Laughter aplenty attempting to communicate Very special staff A real lovely experience Japanese show as well ! Loved it
Cons: It's an older place Which we did not mind at all Yet others may The people & service make up for that 10 fold
Pros: Tsuyoshi was great and very helpful
Cons: It was a long way from transport
Pros: Great staff: welcoming, helpful, good advice... etc. Shuttle service allowed us to do all we wanted to do. The Onsens, rooms, meals contributes to better understanding Japanese culture.
Pros: The shuttle bus service was extremely helpful. Bonus opportunity, as a foreign visitor, to attend a dance performance at the premises. Food was delicious.
Pros: Nothing at this place was of a high standard and I'm not even fussy
Cons: Room smelt of dogs I have bed bugs Pillow rock hard Food awful Room dirty
Pros: The hotel were very accommodating - they offered a free shuttle service, to and from the walk we wanted to do ( a long distance away) and to and from the station. The staff were very welcoming and ...
Pros: This property was comfortable and relaxing. The staff were friendly and helpful. Even with a language barrier they used a translation program to make sure we understood each other. The property is a ...
Cons: The property could use some updating and repair work. There were some leaks in the bathroom and the carpet throughout the property was very worn.
Pros: The staff weee incredible and hotel was beautiful! The dinner and breakfast were top quality.
Cons: The pillows and shower.
Pros: Wonderful being able to have a private family onsen. Meals at the restaurant were fantastic. Staff spoke limited English but were extremely helpful and we managed to work everything out that we ...
Cons: We didn't realise the location was quite isolated - but perfect to relax for a couple of nights, and a free shuttle bus to and from the hike we wanted to do.
Iwasuso is located in Hirukawa, one of Japan's top three places rich in radium minerals. This tranquil accommodation is nestled in the forest, with a river flowing through the premises. Have fun playing by the river or fishing for trout.
Great location at a three-minute walk from JR Iida Station. As well as convenient for dining in downtown Iida, nature and quiet environment of Shinshu can be also fully enjoyed. Please enjoy our course menus persistently using local ingredients.
Pros: Very friendly and helpful girl at the eception. When I told her I was there to walk the Nakasendo, she spotaneously gave me all the information, timetables and maps. She wad more helpful than most ...
Cons: Location, had to take a taxi or a bus to get downtown.
Pros: Hotel was extremely clean and well maintained. The staff were very helpful both in hotel services and directions to my next destination.
Cons: Nothing negative.
Pros: The public bath
Pros: The hotel was very genuine and down-to-earth, not at all touristy.
Cons: The beds were very firm.
Pros: Hot bath very nice
Cons: A long way from station
Pros: Friendly staff, excellent breakfast with local and western food. We ate dinner in the hotel restaurant too. Not much English spoken but all staff did their best to help us in the reception and in ...
Cons: Extremely hard bed. Some instructions on the number of bus and bus stop to take from the train station then directions from bus stop to the hotel would be useful. We took a taxi to and from the ...
Pros: With helpful staff, this is a standard business hotel which provides a good (but not great) level of comfort and facilities and reasonable value for money. The location is geared towards people ...
Cons: Apart from the location, there were no complaints.
Cons: The location is far away from any restaurants or train stations. We were charged an additional $50 for an 'extra person' (two people total) for a budget hotel with a single bed. The bed was ...
Pros: Very friendly and helpful staff who were great with things such as showing us where to find restaurants and bus routes close to the hotel. Loved the the buffet breakfast.
Cons: It is a little too far from the train station.
Hotel Route-Inn Nakatsugawa Inter is a great choice for a stay in Nakatsugawa. Free perks include buffet breakfast, WiFi, and self parking.
Located in the hot spring resort in mountains in southern Nagano. In 2002, we reopened. Takeda Shingen, a feudal lord and one of the most famous military leaders in the history of Japan, is said to have loved the tranquil, secluded hot springs of this inn. *The large communal bath is abailable from check-in to 9:00. The open-air bath, cave bath, and dry sauna (gender-segregated) are available from 6:00 - 8:30 and 14:00 - 22:00.
Located in Achi, Yuttari No Sato Inaka is minutes from Achi Shrine and close to Chogaku-ji Temple. This ryokan is within close proximity of Heavens Sonohara Gondola and Heavens Sonohara Snow World.
Make yourself at home in one of the 59 guestrooms.
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a sauna or take in the view from a terrace and a garden. Additional amenities at this ryokan include complimentary wireless Internet access and shopping on site.
You can enjoy a meal at a restaurant serving the guests of Yuttari No Sato Inaka, or find a snack in a coffee shop/café. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include laundry facilities and an elevator (lift). Free self parking is available onsite.
Whether it's a relaxing stay, exciting activities, sports, or barbecues, guests of all ages will find what they're looking for at the Forest Spa Kiso Ateraso. Surrounded by the abundant nature of Kiso, this hotel is just 2 minutes from the scenic Atera Valley. The large communal bath with creamy hot springs is open 24 hours, so guests can enjoy a relaxing bath any time of the day.