Pros: The attentiveness and helpfulness of all the staff.
Cons: There was not enough pillows.
On the riverside of Fuefuki river, in Yamanashi, the land of fruit and wine, lies a large Japanese garden (1 hectare to be precise), on which stands Zabo, an authentic Japanese Onsen Ryokan (a hot spring spa inn), with 19 guest rooms. Guests can have an exclusive luxury experience as they stroll around the vast gardens, soak in the Onsen bath with natural water freely flowing directly from the hot spring source, and indulge in the superb cuisine prepared with in-season local ingredients.
Pros: The bath facilities are gorgeous, and the male/female sides switch periodically, so on a multi-day stay you can enjoy both sets of baths. Wish we could have stayed longer, just to visit the baths ...
Cons: The noise insulation in our room was not great, so some of our louder fellow guests did keep us up late one night.
Pros: Facilities were great and the staff were all really accommodating and helpful. As one of the few non Japanese tourists staying at the hotel, the staff went the extra mile to make our stay comfortable...
Pros: Staff were exceptional. The manager introduced herself to us during our welcoming drinks. Staff were friendly and accomodating if any requests we had. The onsen were really nice especially the outdoor...
Cons: Nothing! Everything was great!
Pros: Buffet breakfast was in the top of the hotel with a room which had large glass windows on each side giving nice views.
Cons: At the bar, the bartender didn't want us to use the karaoke machine despite the fact it was set up. He begrudgingly let us use it but didn't seem too happy about it.
Pros: Excellent Japanese breakfast
Pros: the onsen is great and their breakfast buffet are good
Pros: Excellent value for what I paid. The bed was comfortable, room was spacious, staff was helpful, onsen was relaxing, and breakfast was great!
Pros: very good, Japanese styple hotel, really nice.
Pros: I love onsen so much! It's beautiful and relax with quiet and nice outdoor area
Cons: This location does not have any fun around
Pros: traditional ryokan,with comfortable futon beds. we had dinner in-room which was very delicious and buffet breakfast had excellent variety (they even had a blender for making fruit juice). had free ...
Cons: most staff speak only Japanese thus communication was a problem
Hanayagi No Sho Keizan features a nightclub and puts you 4.6 mi (7.4 km) from Maizuru Castle. Guests can indulge in massages, and Sen serves lunch and dinner. A bar/lounge and a sauna are other highlights, and rooms offer refrigerators and minibars.
Pros: Everything is perfect it is my second time to visit Kagetsu. Last time was with my family and this year i brought my boyfriend to experience it. Kagetsu is the best ryokan that I've ever visit in ...
Cons: The only thing that I could ask to be better is i saw some spider wave at garden of my room. Thats all. The rest are perfect. Sorry to pick this up because i don't know what else to complain :p
Pros: nice garden.
Cons: dinner quality was not good enough
Cons: If most of the staff are able to speak English, then would make it easier for us to communicate and find out more about the ryokan.
Pros: Gardens, rocks and minerals Onsen
Cons: Wifi in in room would be nice
Pros: very beautiful garden with koi fishes which you can feed, very nice Onsen with stones, rooms very big, staff very friendly
Cons: carpet is old and dirty
Pros: Such a beautiful, tranquil experience that you could only ever have in Japan. Stunning Japanese garden that just seems to go on forever like some kind of magical maze (this is how Japanese gardens are...
Cons: This is not a criticism but it's important to say for westerners and other travelers used to sleeping on soft mattresses: traditional ryokans use thin futons as bedding, almost directly on the ...
Pros: Location outside city. Ambience & Theme : Large natural onsen, lined with nature rocks. Garden landscape, with corridors decorated with stones, paintings, art pieces, plentiful kois in pond, Large...
Cons: No wi-fi inside room.
Pros: Top ryokan to experience japan as it should be!
Pros: Loved the garden on the grounds, the onsen was great, staff was pleasant. They greeted us warmly, we were welcomed on a booard outside and name pate onvroom.They quickly arranged a driver to the train...
Cons: My only criticism is I had informed them of my allergy of shellfish yet the served me oyster miso for breakfast. Not a huge thing as I easily avoided it.
Pros: beautiful stone garden
Meiseki No Yado Kagetsu puts you 5.5 mi (8.9 km) from Maizuru Castle. Guests can grab a bite to eat at one of the 2 restaurants, then indulge in massages, facials, or body treatments. 2 bars/lounges and a sauna are other highlights, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and minibars.
Pros: The owner is friendly and warmly welcome. This hostels is so traditional Japanese, Everything is local style and organically things such as food, alcohol drinking, bath stuff.
Pros: Our host was a very nice and helpful lady. She helped us a lot and told us about the town and their interesting businesses. The food was amazing and something real japanese that you cannot try ...
Pros: Our highlight accommodations while in japan. A fantastic setting and coumfy sleeping arraignment. Our host was lovely in every way. The food was phenomenal, and filling. She even took the time on our...
Pros: The owner was lovely, amazing dinner at an extra cost of 1500yen, well worth it
Cons: Was quoted 4100yen total price for 3 people from booking.com, ended up having to pay 3800yen per guest. Should've been quoted the correct amount. Too expensive for this accommodation
Pros: The meal is great. Owner is very friendly and helpful.
Pros: Food was very nice and great value for money. Everyone was friendly and all sat down to socialise at the table. A great way to make friends.
Cons: Payment for the accommodation and food wasn't clear on how or when to pay or how much.
Pros: I fell instantly in love with Daikokuya Sangam! The house was gorgeous -and beautifully decorated with lots of cool vintage stuff and to my surprise despite being a historical property, the house is ...
Cons: I hope the hot water would run and available at all times. A toilet closer to the room would also be nice. But since it's a classical japanese house, those lacks in facilities are acceptable. I still ...
Pros: Great service, excellent pickup and drop off to the station even at odd times. the food was excellent, delicious complementary breakfast.
Cons: It was too short. I was really only staying the night.
Pros: A lovely, quaint house with a very lovely host and hostess. This place has real charm! A relaxing garden with seating area is the perfect place to unwind and the home made dinner is well worth the ...
Enjoy your visit to Koshu with a stay at Daikokuya Sangam. You'll have free perks like WiFi and self parking.
A part of the Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari group! Boasting high quality water said to beautify the skin, this hotel also offers a deluxe buffet, as well as karaoke, games, table tennis and more for the whole family to enjoy!
Pros: The view was exceptionally nice - right above the pond with coy fish. So relaxing. We were also welcomed with welcome drinks by the waterfall. Also so relaxing and nice. The staff was great and our ...
Cons: The Ryokan is beside a main road, and the room I stayed was facing the road. It was very noisy in the night. The room charge was over priced.
Pros: The garden!
Pros: A fully authentic onsen-hotel experience. The food and staff were excellent, the onsen itself was very good and the hotel gardens were lovely.
Cons: The building itself is showing its age in some places.
Situated in Fuefuki, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Monde Winery, Eho-ji Temple, and Onmyo-ji Temple. Yamanashi Mars Winery and Daizokyo-ji Temple are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Situated in Fuefuki, this ryokan is within 1 mi (2 km) of Yamanashi Mars Winery, Fuefuki Kasugai Local Museum Ogawa Masako Memorial, and Monde Winery. Yamanashioka Shrine and Onmyo-ji Temple are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Cons: Freezing place - we arrived at 2.30pm, at 0 degrees, the host wouldn't come till 3pm, there was no heating going. There were no instructions on how to work the heaters - the main one being a ...
Pros: The staff is very friendly with good English skills. Although the house is a historic place with 100 years old, the place still looks clean and decent after renovated. This is a fantastic experience ...
Cons: Unreasonable price. Very cold in sleeping. Like as survival show in a TV show. Poor dinner preparation and very bad connection with host. Good for in a wild life with wildness and uncivilized ...
Pros: Feel diff thing and awesome, u will amaze the feeling..
Cons: Abit far from city and far away from convenience shop..
Pros: Very nice place and excellent warming services
Pros: Fantastic experience. Highly recommended for anyone looking for something unusual. The host is absolutely amazing.
Situated in Fuefuki, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Kawaguchiko Natural Living Center, Itchiku Kubota Art Museum, and Oishi Park. Kawaguchiko Konohana Museum and Amphi Hall are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Pros: There's no doubt that this hotel gives you the bang for your buck. Payment is handled through a tella-machine off to the side, which was unique compared to my past hotel uses. There was also a ...
Cons: The bed that was in my room was too large to move around comfortably. With luggage and two people, the bed seemed like a elephant crammed in there. The pillows were lumpy and the room was dank. My ...
Pros: Location and value for money.
Pros: Very good location for metro to airport, easy walking distance. Staff very friendly and helpful.
Pros: We were travelling by car and the location is very convenient. Also when you like to travel to Mount Fuji.
Cons: We only had wifi close to the reception, not in our room (which was on a corner of the building)
Pros: Their acceptable standard which we can always expect when checking in this hotel chain.
Cons: The double bed for 2 is a bit too small, should be 165cm wide.
Pros: Not as close as expected from the fuji lakes, about one hour by driving... However the location is good in terms of the availability of services and restaurants around the hotel
Cons: Room is quite small, but it is usual in Japan... 11.000yen seems to be expensive for a hotel like this
Pros: Really 'value for money'. Staff are very helpful and tried their very best to help. Can't expect more with such low price and such good service
Cons: Beds are very hard. Twin-bed Room is too small for two.
Pros: There is 24 hr Sukiya japanese restuarant in front of the hotel.
Cons: No breakfast included choice in booking.com website for this hotel.
Pros: Good sized rooms for Japan standards. Breakfast was excellent and I liked the fact that it was traditional Japanese and not North American. We did not go to Japan to eat North American food.
Cons: Beds were simply box springs with a very thin mattress pad. BRUTAL ! I like a hard bed, but I prefer a mattress between me and the box springs. I asked for an extra blanket and used it to pad the ...
Pros: Family friendly,upon booking they gave us the room that had an upper deck bed for my daughter and she loved it. Best hotel we've been so far 10/10 in cleanliness 2 Adult 2 Kids very ...
Cons: Vending machine is only in the lobby(i think)woulda been convinient having another somewhere on higher floors
Chisun Inn Kofu Isawa puts you 4.1 mi (6.7 km) from Maizuru Castle. Guests will have free perks like WiFi, self parking, and wired Internet. Refrigerators and slippers are offered in all rooms.
Situated in Fuefuki, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Yamanashi Mars Winery and Yamanashioka Shrine. Fuefuki Kasugai Local Museum Ogawa Masako Memorial and Monde Winery are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Pros: We booked a room with half board; the breakfast each morning was a fresh buffet, and dinner each night was in a private room. The food was exceptional! The staff was very friendly, and the owner ...
Hotel Hatta features a nightclub and puts you 5.5 mi (8.8 km) from Maizuru Castle. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the coffee shop/café is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Rooms offer upscale touches like private spa tubs and spring water baths, along with refrigerators and slippers.