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401-0302 Yamanashi, Fujikawaguchiko, Kodachi 1186 , Japan – Show map
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Fishing, Ping-Pong, Hot Spring Bath
Vending Machine (drinks), Shuttle Service (free) , Baggage Storage
Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
This property only accepts cash payments.
Based on 55 reviews
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Location is far from bus station.
-right next to lake -near bus stop -have pick up service from station
-no wifi in room -very cold in winter inside the house, the heater is not warm enough
it was just like ghost house.
Good view of lake and mount of Fuji (from top if Roykan). From information center at the Kawaguchiko station, we call the driver from Roykan. Very good Onsen and interesting fuji's egg at the traditional breakfast. Both landlords are helpful although minim words of English. Hot water with green tea are available
TV is too small and has no international channel.
The hospitality is nice and the hotel itself is a traditional Japanese.
The location of the hotel is quite far and no frequent transportation to the central. Also no restaurant in the hotel or in the surrounding.
Extremely lovely old Japanese lady running the ryokan. Comfortable tatami mats. Great location- right on the lake, a few minutes walk from the sightseeing bus stop. Perfect base for exploring the surrounding area and Mt Fuji
I liked how we had our own onsen just down stairs. That we were allowed to eat in the room, have a table and a water boiler conveniently in the room too.
Futons were quite comfortable.Ample of blankets.
Poor location. Couldn't find food nearby as the restaurants are quite far. Long walk in the cold when travelling with kids.No room service and no taxis to stop.Shared bathroom which was inconvenient.Its not our culture to bathe naked in the same bathroom with strangers.Very uncomfortable.Price for this accomodation was very expensive for us.Should have stayed in a budget hotel nearby the town area as Akaishi Ryokan was not convenient anyway.Would not recommend this place to anyone especially those travelling with children.
location, just in front of the lake. Wonderful waking up and see this amazing thing. And the private onsen. Nice.
No english at all, and a bit... creepy in november. Best place for a spring trip.
I like the location that near kawaguchigo lake ,a beutiful scene and in the other side of house we can see Mt. Fuji.
Far from station
Shuttle service from the station - the information office rang for us and told her when we needed to go back to the station (but could only have 8.45 or 9.45) but that was perfect for us. Asked for breakfast (lovely in the dining hall - fried egg with chopstick!) in advance via the Information Office. Landlady was lovely, hardly any English. The drive took 10 mins from station to station. Amazing large room overlooking the lake. Make sure you take a walk around the lake for about 10 mins as the view to mt fuji is spactular. wore tradional night gear. Brilliant nights sleep. Lovely experience. We should have used the hot bath but did not have bathing outfits so we missed out there. We were given fruit and hot water urn for drinks. Took green bus tour, should have gone on the red bus on the boat and mountain so we needed to stay 2 nights. Nice restaurant pointed out on way to the place by the landlady but did think they were too fair away but the walk was about 20mins which was actually fine to stretch our legs.
A bit slippery on the stairs with the slippers on. Everything was brilliant although the photos when we booked it did not do it justice.
We wanted to stay at a traditional Japanese ryokan and to visit the Fuji region. The ryokan is quite happily situated, it is not far away from the Kawaguchiko station and it is very close to the Kawaguchi lake. The view is marvellous.
The landlady didn't speak a word of English. What is more, she was quite hostile with us. Moreover, our room hadn't been cleaned for the two days that we had spent there. We made our bed and did the washing-up ourselves. The towels and bed linens hadn't been changed either. And in conclusion, a night in this ryokan was more expensive than that in a 4-star hotel in central Kyoto. So, you'd better not choose this ryokan.
Onsen, beautiful clear water, could control temperature, never had to share it. Location is good if you have a car (nothing much within walking distance). Parking was easy.
WIFI didn't work in room, only in lobby. Steep stairs, no elevator. No storage space in room, particularly in bathroom. Staff didn't appear to clean room or lay out futon at all. Owner spoke virtually no English. Place in need of renovations.
Nice old lady as staff. Very traditional ryokan for a little bit of money. A basic onsen pool is available.
Location of the ryokan is pretty far from the center and station of town, but there is a free shuttle available. This might be hard to arrange in phone though when you are arriving since the staff does not know so much English.
Views, onsen, robes. It was a traditional Ryokan, however, most Ryokan's provide breakfast.
This place would have been perfect if they served or there was the option to purchase breakfast, it's hard to find any kind of breakfast in the area.
Beautiful view on the lake, nice onsen. Staff do not speak a lot of English but enough to get your point across :)
The place was tidy and welcoming,very well positioned
The bed was too hard (not used to futons :)) and the room a bit too cold
Host brought us to the train station
no comment because no staff get welcome!
Really good old fashionned ryokan. You feel like a traditional japanese traveller.
Everything was perfect. Nothing to dislike.
Lovely views from the traditional rooms. Unlimited use of the hot baths, plenty of linen, blankets and towels for use. Short walk from some tourist sites and easy to find as its right near the bridge. Friendly smiley staff when we saw them and despite the very limited English, we all managed to get points across!! Free shuttle bus service and we also managed to pick up the free wifi in our room which was very useful.
Staff mostly no where to be found! Weren't given a room key on check in, so couldn't lock our room which thankfully wasn't an issue. Bit pricey, would have expected a small breakfast included for the amount we paid.
The scenery is nice due to our room is facing mount fuji view. Staff is an old lady who understand basic english.
cleanliness is not so good. All the stuff in the room and shared toilet seem old.
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