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Nikko Tokinoyuu

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Newest reviews for Nikko Tokanso

  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    July 23, 2014


    Noise from other rooms, cold staff members, very limited communication, no shower in room


  • Shuyi
    July 20, 2014

    - Reasonable base of operations to explore the Toshogu Shrine and Rinnoji Temple in the centre of the town, which is about 7 minute on foot. For those who wish to go see nature and go to Yumoto Onsens the closest bus stop is Shinkyo bus stop which is about 7 minutes on foot as well. - Helpful staff. Only a few spoke English but the rest like the ladies who served us dinner and breakfast communicated well through gestures. - Food was great! Definitely recommend the Japanese breakfast as it is only a few hundred yen extra. Dinner was a bit pricey but good variety and taste and dining is part of the Ryokan experience. - Great onsen(hot spring). There was an indoor one and outdoor one separated by one door. Somewhat small however.

    - Furnishing was a bit dated as you can see walls and furniture were a bit worn-out. Sliding door to the bathroom was hard to open. - Bathroom had a bad smell which I had to ventilate by opening the window.


  • James
      Hong Kong
    July 10, 2014

    Extremely helpful staff. Excellent location. Highly recommended.


  • Rachelle
    July 10, 2014

    Super cozy and traditional. The Onsen are beautiful and very well kempt. You do not need to bring anything, they provide everything.

    It was a bit run down.


  • Anonymous
    June 15, 2014

    The location was excellent as was the food.Onsen was a plus.

    Very Noisy at night . Japanese talk and laugh endlessly in their rooms until all hours with no regard to their Neighbors. Walls thin! Old and basic. No western comforts .


  • Shun-chi
    June 11, 2014

    The location is great. Japanese breakfast is awesome. The bathroom with hot spring is great for travelers to relax.


  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    June 1, 2014

    Very close to the world heritage sites.


  • Elena
    May 28, 2014

    Very close to Nikko famous shrines, very good onsen, big dinner and very friendly staff! I really enjoyed staying there and would like to come back!


  • Stephen
      United States of America
    May 26, 2014

    Great location, right around the corner from the World Heritage site, so there is no need for the bus. Food was good, indoor/outdoor onsen was lovely, variety of drinks and snacks in vending machines was adequate. Overall, a good spot for a quick break from Tokyo.

    Despite arranging pick up from the train station twice (once via email and then a same-day phone call, in Japanese, from Tokyo, no one was there to meet us when we arrived. We called again in Nikko (from the tourist office) and when the driver arrived, he seemed upset. When we left the hotel, he drove us to the station and also seemed upset then, too, so maybe that was just his personality. But it was an inconvenience to wait for over an hour for pick up from the train station. The room we had was nice enough but a bit run down. I saw other rooms that were in better repair, though. Also, the hallway leading from the reception area could be a bit loud in the morning, especially with small children running around. Rooms in the back may not have this problem.


  • Anonymous
    May 26, 2014

    Near World Heritage Site, and the hotel facilities is fine for ryukan style


  • Nuvee
    May 17, 2014

    Overall great. Very close to World Heritage sites and all facilities are nice.


  • Anonymous
    May 16, 2014

    Lovely place, Indoor and outdoor onsen, Staffs, Food, location


  • Laurel
      United States of America
    May 15, 2014

    Great location and very nice staff. Excellent meals!

    I didn't know before arrival that there was a free shuttle. I was in a room with a view of an unkempt garden, and there was no reading light.


  • Brett
    May 14, 2014

    Overall nice place, good location, and most of the staff was friendly.

    One male staff member was very unfriendly, and they made my 9-year niece eat an adult meal (and me to pay for it) because we didn't order a kid's meal in advance. Sento bath opens early so some people were up and making noise by 4:30 am.


  • Jeremy
    May 12, 2014

    Location, Baths, Dinner, Breakfast

    Wifi not available in rooms, Building needs a little refresh


  • Ratchaneekorn
    May 6, 2014

    It's good location for walking to World heritage just only 5 mins. Good and kind staffs , they will serve you an original Japanese hotel style such as Futon, Japanese breakfast and Onsen. Very good service.


  • Cindy
    May 5, 2014

    Very great breakfast and dinner, the staff made the futons, great outdoor onsen, very near to the shrines, giftshop, comfortable,some of the staff are speaking english, traditional room, very helpful and nice waitress, shuttle service from the station, informations about Nikko at the frontdesk, very good price for what you get, room/ shoeshelf/ Dinnertable with your name and personal messege, free internet PC

    The rooms are quite old (but okay), problems with Wifi, some of the staff is quite unfriendly, no wifi in the room


  • Anonymous
    May 4, 2014

    Great breakfast and great dinner!

    The stuff was veru rude. The prices are way too high for what they offer. Not a single sign in latin letters to reach the place. We had to ask a few people and eventually compare yeroglif by yeroglif all the signs we saw with out printouts. Very exhausting. And we are just two poor souls out of the several billion people not able to read Japanese.


  • Carolin
    May 4, 2014

    Very close to sites. The onsen was nice.

    It is a bit old and the room was cold when the heating was not on. The rooms are a bit old.


  • Anonymous
    May 4, 2014

    Location was good for visiting the temples. I can recommend the meals for those who like traditional Japanese food, but if you are not used to that it might be a bit too exotic for your taste.

    The room was a bit run down. The place was a bit hard to find because the sign on the street was only in Japanese writing.


  • Claudia
    May 3, 2014

    Wonderful place in real Japanese style. Big room, very comfortable futon, an amazing onsen and a free shuttle service from and to the rail station. I really suggest to have dinner there ... to complete this special experience.


  • Janice
      United States of America
    May 3, 2014

    The location, the room, the bath, the view of a blooming cherry tree outside our window.



  • Morten
    April 30, 2014

    Amazing Onsen (Spa) Nice traditional Japanese Style hotel The food is outstanding (both dinner and breakfast is amazing). Real value for money. Real close by ALL tourist attracktions + close to UNESCO sites. Japanese style rooms

    The hotel is somewhat old, but really good value for money, so when considering the price, this place is great.


  • Silvia
      United Kingdom
    April 29, 2014

    Everything was perfect and taken care of. Staff were wonderful, friendly and helpful with anything we asked them. Food was stunning as was the service we recieved. Happily would go again. Bus service from town easy to use to arrive at the hotel from Matsumoto station as long as you know where to get on and off,


  • Anonymous
    April 27, 2014

    This place is just around the corner from most of the temples you'll probably want to visit. The Communal Hot Bath is quite nice. The Futon is laid out by the maid and surprisingly comfortable. There's a tea set in the room so you can make yourself green tea. There are cotton kimonos for the guests to wear around the ryokan. The breakfast is Japanese style and quite nice. All the female staff is very friendly and helpful. The room is quite big.

    The male staff is not friendly at all. The English is extremely limited. I wanted a non-smoker room but got a smoker room. Since it was too cold I couldn't keep the window open, I even had to put on the airconditioning (there's no other way to heat the room) which makes the room stink even more of cold smoke. The interior is very dated, and not in a nice way. The lobby is not very nice but since it's the only place to use internet everbody hangs out there. The view from the window was into the backyard.


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