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|Value for money||7,7|
|Distance to city centre||18,1 km|
|Nearest airport||Tokyo Haneda|
|Distance to airport||158,7 km|
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|amazing food||in 121 reviews|
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The service is superb
The bathroom taps are affected by the hot water.
The beautiful setting in nature. I especially love mountains and forests so the setting was ideal. The hot springs were especially good and most enjoyable.
It was all great.
The most wonderful experience we had on our trip to Japan. We only wished we had booked to stay another day. The evening meal was intimate and special as was the breakfast. It was my partners birthday and the staff made her a card and made her day
Onsen I great
Food is terrible. Came5 years ago was good. Now mass catering and dirty and bsd quality. Worst food in.japan. v unusual as japan prides itself on cleanliness and good quality even in simple places. This is way overpriced for experience. They need to update facilities as the location is brilliant.
It was a beautiful traditional stay. The room itself had everything I needed and I personally had a view on the river! I was prepared to check in and ask about everything in Japaness, but the lady welcoming me to the Onsen and explaining everything had AMAZING english and was super helpful. Don't hesitate to ask questions - it can be confusing the first time but it's worth it! There was a mix of a buffet abd very traditional food for dinner. I wasn't used to all the tastes but even so I apreciated being able to try and taste everything and be able to experience new tastes! And even if you have a sensitive palate like me, there were still some simple things like fried noodles and dumplings that you can fill yourself up on. There are also drink (including alcohol) and ice-cream vending machines, in true Japanese fashion, if you need a pick-me up at night! The baths themselves were spectacular. I was able to bathe and relax in hot water under the dark sky, while looking over onto a lively river below. It was such a beautiful, and spiritual even, experience! I'd recommend it to anyone and would love to go back :)
There's not much more I would've personally wanted! I have crossed paths with a mouse during the stay. I find them cute so it didn't bother me, but I know it can be upsetting for some. I will say, I did stay in the oldest building and the Onsen is pretty much by a forest in a rural area, so things like that, including moths etc are unavoidable. But I will say there weren't any cockroaches or any bugs thag would be super upsetting, and none in my room. If it makes it up for anyone, I was able to meet a lovely frog on the way back from the open air baths! A sweet lovely baby!
With a stay at Takaragawa Onsen Osenkaku in Minakami, you'll be on a river, just steps from Takaragawa Hot Spring and a 4-minute drive from Okura Shukokan Museum of Fine Arts. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and an elevator (lift). A train station pick-up service is provided at no charge, and free self parking is available onsite.
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