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Nukumorino-yado Komanoyu

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The hospitality was warm and friendly on arrival. The staff greeted us with simple English. We received a tour of the hotel and basic guidance to the room, onsen and dinner. The room is very spacious and clean and comfortable with private shower. The onsen is large with plenty
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This was my first experience of a true country ryokan, and it sets the bar pretty high. The place is mid range rather than high end, but rooms are large and ours at least had a beautiful view of the garden. The Onsen was superb, and the food excellent, but what really made the
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This ryokan is spacious and jam-packed with hospitality. Sleeping rooms are well-appointed. Bathing in the onsen is a must! We were served a 10-course dinner complete with a sake sip (flavored with a mandarin orange type liquor). Their owned/operated mini-bus offered
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We arrived after a long day hiking the Nakasendo Way and was met at the station without having to call. Lovely hostess and staff went out of their way to make us feel comfortable. Dinner was fantastic - dish after dish of amazing food. After dinner some went stargazing but we
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This ryokan is exactly what I needed after a long day on the Nakasendo trail. The staff are exceptional. A gentleman was waiting at the train station to pick up anyone arriving at that time. Once he collected his charges he whisked us off to the ryokan located a few miles out
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Large room with hot water/tea and snack upon arrival
Room after made up with futons
View from 3rd floor room of Mt. Ontake
Thank you for your inquiry. Please send me an email. info @komanoyu. com
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Your rooms are not shared but private.You don't have to be worried.
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I think it was about $130 per person, I had pre paid as a part of a walking tour and so don't know but a fellow traveller quoted something like that. If that was the price then although that might sound expensive (ask them the price) it was really a wonderful experience with the best meal and a great hot spa and a night time star gazing
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"choose a room in the annex, those rooms are newer."
"We chose a tatami mat room with sitting room, which was great for relaxing in. However, they are cold in winter, so take warm pyjamas!"
"Best to ask for a room in the new section with a mountain view."
"There are three rooms on the second floor that have great views of Mt Ontake"
"Wifi in lobby"
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PRICE RANGE
US$126 - US$310 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
JapanChubuKoshinetsuNagano PrefectureKiso-machiKisoontake Onsen
NUMBER OF ROOMS
16
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