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Stayed here on a visit to the Ise Shrines. The inn was a hybrid ryokan. The hotel and grounds were located far from the Ujiyamada Stn but a complementary shuttle was provided. There was a shuttle also to both of the shrine sites. The room,...More
Response from 千の杜, フロント オフィス マネージャー at SennomoriResponded 2 March 2018
Thank you for staying at sennomori.Did you enjoy yourself?
Because it is close to Ise Shrine, inbound customers are also being used a lot.The onsen's hot spring is very good so please do come again.Thank you very much.
I am looking forward to...More
Stayed there in March 2015 if I remember correctly!
Location is far away from everything in the middle of the forest, but got picked up by a shuttle bus so no worries. They rang the gong when entering which was cool.
Excellent service and food...More
Response from 千の杜, フロント オフィス マネージャー at SennomoriResponded 14 January 2016
Thank you for visiting our hotel in May 2015.
We are very pleased to see your comments and that's what our honor.
The location problem is difficult to solve but we will effort to bring our shuttle bus easily and be convenience.
We stayed in a traditonal Japanese room with our teenage son just before Christmas. We were on ground level with a Japanese style bath on our balcony which he spent two hours in on the first night! My husband found the sleeping mats very thin...More
This is an old-style Japanese hotel. The Western rooms are no good, although not poor. The public bath outside was worth trying. I visited in March when it was still cold, but really enjoyed hot spring bath located outside of the building. They take you...More
Despite having no Japanese language skills we managed to get from Osaka by train to Uji Yamada and then a free shuttle to the hotel. All the staff at the hotel were very friendly and helpful but special thanks would have to go out to...More
The ryokan shuttle makes hourly runs to the station. You can call the hotel for the next run. The pickup is on the street in front, a little to the left as you come out. Look for the distinctive green sign on the sidewalk.
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