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For over 3 weeks we had the holiday of a lifetime in Japan. But our stay at Kanjiya was a disappointing experience. To stay in a traditional farmhouse had given me the expectation of experiencing basic down to earth country Japanese hospitality. This simply did...More
We stayed a night at Kanjiya Japanese guest house in Shirakawago on December 21st. No hotels available in Shirakawago as it is preserved town (Unesco's World Heritage). So only Japanese style gust houses available. All guest houses were built as a traditional “gassho-zukuri” building with...More
Stay a night on 12th December 2014 , Winter and snowing time .
Share toilet but very modern and good shower with hot tub
Owner very friendly but speak very little English .
Rooms are less privacy and try not to talk so loud ....More
a very comfortable stay in November when we were there.
Bathroom and toilet facilities are modern, looks newly renovated and are clean. Hot showers available from 6 am till late at night.
Meals are excellent and the family is welcoming.
Best part of all, in...More
My husband and I had stayed for a night on 10th Dec 2014. It is an unforgettable stay experience. The area covered by snow and we did a walk through the area. Sooooo peaceful and beautiful! Dinner is yummy, delicate food. And breakfast in Japanese...More
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As most traditional houses in Japan yes the walls are paper thin - when we stayed we were the only guests so we didn't have any problem as there were not other guests to disturb us, however if you are self-consious perhaps... More
As most traditional houses in Japan yes the walls are paper thin - when we stayed we were the only guests so we didn't have any problem as there were not other guests to disturb us, however if you are self-consious perhaps older Japanese houses aren't the best place to be sleeping.