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Kinnotake Tonosawa

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Featuring open-air hot spring bath and relaxation spa, Kinnotake Tonosawa is a beautiful ryokan in Hakone surrounded by water and bamboo trees. Our accommodation concept is based on a nation-wide famous story "Takemonogatari" from "Kaguyahime", a story of a woman who fell in love with the emperor but their love lasting only for a moment until she is sent to the moon. Kinnotake Tonosawa has free Wi-Fi, private parking and on-site bar with view. We also have business rooms at the basement floor. All rooms include a private bathroom equipped with bath tub with bath robes and slippers. Some rooms have a seating area with views of either mountains or garden. From our accommodation, Hakone Open-Air Museum is 3.6 km away and Hakone Gora Park is 4.3 km away.
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Spent a night at Kinnotake Tonosawa in mid-January. The rooms are modern and comfortable. Private in-room (but outdoor) onsen is great for the winter time, nothing like sitting in a hot onsen while it's 5*c outside. Staff were friendly and service was good. Very convenient to
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Community living ryokan resort. Provides activities for families. It’s an Interesting concept. But lacks passion and stale feeling. I find the rooms and our units a bit too old and creepy with no upkeep. Wooden stairs and some parts of the place was rotting. Ok Wish they did up
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Whilst this Ryokan could do with some modernisation / refurbishment ( it is looking a little tired and dated ) the rooms are extremely large and comfortable, and the staff Are wonderful. A private Onzen on our balcony was fabulous —- lying in a steaming hot Wooden tub whilst he
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A beautiful property where you are treated like royalty. Huge, comfortable room with a permanent hot spring fed tub for two on the patio overlooking a stream and a forest. Nine-course, beautifully prepared dinners, with necessary instructions given by the server regarding how
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We had 5 days in Japan ...I know not enough especially for my first time but we managed to stay 3 nights in Tokyo and 2 nights in Hakone. I really wanted to stay in a ryokan then read about Hakone pronounced (ha-cone-ay) for its beautiful foliage this time of year and their
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I am unsure if this is the case for all tariffs, but certainly was for ours.
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Half board means dinner and breakfast. The water and soft drinks in the fridge in the room are free.
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Dear Mr.Cindy Lo, Thank you for inquiring about access from Kyoto to our hotel. Please find below, from Kyoto access is as Kyoto Station ↓ Shinkansen HIKARI or KODAMA Odawara Station Odawara Station ↓ Hakone Tozan Railway approximately 13 minutes Hakone Yumoto Station Hakone Yumoto Station ↓ Shuttle bus C about 5 minutes Kinnotake Tonosawa Should you have any questions, please feel free to ask us. We look forward to seeing you. Best Regards Reservations
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Yes. We were able to a few hours early and explored he Town before coming back to check in.
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"Make sure you have an Onzen on your balcony"
"Choose one with a private bath."
"all rooms offer a great view of the surrounding forest"
"If you want to be next to the pond and the public onsen request a room on level 1"
"Rooms closest to the elevators are probably nicest and the fourth floor!"
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PRICE RANGE
US$645 - US$1,237 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
JapanKantoKanagawa PrefectureHakone-machi
NUMBER OF ROOMS
23
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