We recently stayed at Nikko Inn in January. The place is nice & owner is a very helpful. Kitchen comes complete with all the cutlery, pots & pans, including salt, pepper, cooking oil & mirin.
But I feel that the place is not so convenient as the station just in front of the ryokan is not included in the JR Pass & we have a pay few hundred yen one way to Nikko.
Also the place is very quiet & remote in the local village which is nice, but in the night, restaurants are closed or too far to walk in the cold & dark.
We ended up back in the ryokan on the first night to cook our own dinner with some of the minimum essentials that the ryokan has stock like pasta, sardine.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- NIKKO INN is traditional Japanese style accommodation located in a farm village. The buildings were designed by NIKKO DESIGN Ltd. Here you may find many small things to be very interesting things you might have overlooked in your daily life. While Japanese people love to import western culture, their own culture is magnificent and has always had a great influence on westerners. Nikko Inn would like to help Japanese people rediscover Japan and foreigners experience Japanese culture. Therefore, we want to provide many services to our guests with the keyword of "Hello, Japan". ... more less
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