What slightly disappointed me was that at the moment I entered the room, it smelled like cigarettes and the dinner was not sufficient for me.
It would be great if there were non-smoking rooms.
It was a very nice place.
Once I stepped in the premises of the ryokan, I found a landscape with a soothing atmosphere and the inside of the ryokan was also very tasteful.
I would like to use it again.
I had a relaxing time during the season of hydrangeas.
Thank you very much.
I expected a bath to be a gensenkakenagashi bath, but a sign in the bathroom said it was not.
I was disappointed by a male employee at the front desk, who …show more content…
A stately building, a friendly room attendant and the delicious food.
The location was great, and especially a night view and the beauty of a river in the early morning were beautiful, and thanks to my stay at this ryokan, I was able to enjoy the beauty of a lifetime.
I would like to visit again in another season.
(I posted an article on a blog, Tamatamanikki (Diary of Tamatama) on November 23rd and 25th).
It was an inn with a nice atmosphere.
I wish I could give a five-star rating to an open-air bath in a private room with a nice view, but I deducted one star because a hot water stopped running suddenly at night.
Because a public bath was closed at night, I wanted you to maintain an open-air bath in a private room.
A view was perfect and the Pacific Ocean in the morning was great.
The food was not too much or too little, but just right.
I had to move to a different room to have a meal, but warm food and cold food were served at a proper temperature.
After the rain started in the morning, an umbrella was neatly brought to the front door of my room.
I think the service was very good.
The degree of comfort was perfect.
I would not have any complaints if a view from a public open-air bath was