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506-0011 Gifu, Takayama, Honmachi 4-21, Japan – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.4/10! (score from 75 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Sumiyoshi Ryokan.
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Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 3 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
This property only accepts cash payments.
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Based on 75 reviews
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Lots of character and tremendous fun.
No shuttle van to station.
A beautifully appointed ryokan. The decor & garden view were excellent and the staff were very friendly & helpful. Wonderful breakfast, served in our room, included miso roasted on magnolia leaf, yum. 2 private onsens, air con & an auxiliary heater added to the comfort.
Wonderful dinners Location Bath Wifi Friendly staff
Nothing really. Sleeping on the Japanese traditional bed was an experience but the whole two night stay was wonderful
We really enjoyed our stay here. The staff was above and beyond helpful and friendly. The place looks like a unique antique shop, which we loved. It was also very relaxing and the onsen was amazing! The food served to us delicious and we really felt we were getting special treatment staying here as they serve you in your room and come in to make your bed. A very unique experience! Thank you!
The price was a bit expensive, but I suppose it's the price you pay for the treatment you get. Great for a one-time experience!
Great location with the room overlooking river (if you like this). Breakfast featured local fare and service excellent.
The room was a lot smaller than I was expecting from pictures on the internet. Just enough room for a double futon and two chairs. OK for 1 night, but not a lot of room if you were staying longer.
Friendly and helpful staff. Relaxed, comfortable and traditional interior. The Japanese breakfasts and dinners were excellent. Location of Sumiyoshi Ryokan is ideal for the local sites.
staff were terrific - food great and location excellent
room was quit small
The owners of the ryokan were incredibly friendly and helpful. The lady speaks good English and ensured our stay was as good as possible.
We loved the location on the river right opposite the market and the friendly staff, the wonderful food and excellent onsen
Delightful stay. If you're looking for somewhere to unwind this is it. Highly recommend the Japanese breakfast and dinner is very much worth trying. Will definitely be going back here.
period building features, beautiful bath, Personal service.
Little english spoken, not a big broom though.
This family run ryokan is about the friendliest place you can find in Japan, or anywhere in the world. The quaint Japanese style rooms are comfortable and the food is great. Nice quiet location overlooking the river. Incredible value for money. This was definitely my favorite in my 2-week trip, even though it was also the least expensive!
Since it is an 100 year old Ryokan, it has shared bathroom and bath facilities. This is quite typical for historical ryokans, but some people may not like to share.
The food served up in your room. Lovely baths also. Really nice sun terrace
Location, meals, hospitality
Excellent location, close to market, very friendly owner, beautiful rooms, I loved it !
Friendly staff Magnificent location by the river Delicious traditional Ryokan fare
Didn't book for longer Futons are a a bit uncomfortable (personal preference).
Everything about our stay here was great! The staff/owners are very nice and make you feel very welcome. They strive to make everything about your stay perfect.
An excellent experience of Japanese Ryoken, with excellent service and marvelous courses of Japanese food. The old lady serving the food is vey nice , we like her a lot! The Ryoken is by the the side of river and quiet with good view. Highly recommend !
Very nice staff - good breakfast and dinner - nice bathrooms. Located near the daily morning market and the river. Rooms at the river side are advisable for longer stays.
At the end it is worth the money - but a bit pricy for what you get.
The dinner and breakfast included were amazing. The futon was the most comfortable I slept in during my 3 weeks in Japan.
Location Size of room and outlook Fridge and chairs in room Helpful and pleasant staff Western breakfast
Staff was really friendly, welcoming our family of 4. Keiseki dinner was exquisit. Definitely order the Japanese breakfast. Hoba(sp?) Miso on a leaf over the table top grill was awesome when taken with rice. There are two bath, one with view of the river next to the inn. Even the afternoon when it rained cats and dogs gave the place a special nostalgic feel. From talking to the father of the owner who used to runthe place he said it was a pawn shop before he bought it in 1960. Him and now his son has been runnin it as a ryokan ever since. I would recommend it. Oh, bring or go buy your own alcohol to be served at the dinner; which will make the already excellent dinner even that much more enjoyable.
My only suggestion is that because Hida beef is so famous there, may be include more of it in the keiseki dinner, such as a grilled option.