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Our ryokan is close from the famous Ama-no-Hashidate, one of the three most scenic spots in Japan. Our building was designated a tangible cultural asset in 2010. The traditional wooden ryokan offers a unique experience of life in Japan, from traditional hot spring bathing to Wi-Fi access throughout the building.A number of artists and writers have fallen in love with it since its establishment at the end of the 17th century.
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Free Parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Multilingual Staff
Non-Smoking Hotel
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This is a very traditional Ryokan that operates as a local museum during the day. The rooms are quite spacious, and ours overlooked a beautiful and serene garden. Staff was very friendly and helpful when it came to information on local sights and how to get to them. Bicycles
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Went there in December 2017, met up with Mr Seiichiro Tokuda. He showed us very sincere hospitality. The next day, he introduced us to his historic roykan. Through his vivid stories, we got a glimpse of what was like in the past. The place was neat, & clean. There is a Mipple
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This is an old traditional ryokan with history in its walls - probably was amazing some years ago but it is not kept with care - neither the building nor the garden. We travelled for three weeks in Japan and this is the only place we cut short due to the hotel facilities (we had
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I love this hotel, a traditional hotel with roomy guest rooms. They have no heated tatamis, but worry not as you'll can hug those hot stone while sleeping. You should order breakfast or dinner which was cooked in Miyazu style and tastes great! It is a little bit on the
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We absolutely stumbled upon this place...only because I was an ignoramus and thought Kyoto Prefecture meant Kyoto city. But I am so glad that we did! Miyazu 2 hours from Kyoto and not easy to get to but it is worth a visit to Amanohashidate. About Seikiro, here are some pros and
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Dear sir I sent you below mail; Thank you for your mail. Please reserve with this system. You can find your good plan. Thank you. Seiichiro TOKUDA
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Yes. There is bus stop from Miyazu station to Ine. And also [Umino- Kyoto-Miyazu] is the nearest one from my hotel.
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Thank you for your question. By Railway The required time (Express Train). About 2 hours and 20 minutes from Osaka. By Bus The required time. About 2 hours from Osaka international airport (Itami airport). If you tell us your E-mail, we can provide detail time table. Thank you. Seiichiro TOKUDA
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Thank you for your message. Our Ryokan have onsen public bath. But I d'ont know about [an onsen pass]. Best regards Seiichiro TOKUDA
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"The room on 2nd floor north side got the best view..."
"Glad to have tried, one night would have been sufficient"
"They will give you the best available."
"We think all are fine, we lived in no. 11 and that is very fine."
US$104 - US$367 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
JapanKinkiKyoto PrefectureMiyazuMiyazu Onsen
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