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Spacious air conditioned rooms feature a flat-screen TV, a seating area and a mountain view.
Renovated in 2015, Iori Stay Hida offers accommodation in Hida. This traditional Japanese-style townhouse boasts designs with both modern and traditional Japanese influence. Nice original brand new Japanese style house with 2 bedrooms and breakfast catering
Offering traditional Japanese-style accommodation with spacious public baths, Yatsusankan is a 6-minute walk from JR Hidafurukawa Train Station. We wanted to experience staying in a traditional Ryokan. Yatsusankan was everything that we were expecting! The attentive staff, the charming surroundings, the onsen and the delicious Japanese food.
Located in the historic district of Hida Furukawa, SATOAYAMA SUKIYA-zukuri House offers a Japanese-style villa with Japanese-style garden. The property includes free WiFi and a patio with garden... The layout of this traditional Japanese house was charming and a really unique experience.
Sendaiya is offering accommodation in Hida. With free WiFi, this 2-star ryokan offers ski-to-door access and a shared lounge. The accommodation features valet parking, and luggage storage for guests. The owner Yumi could not do enough for us. She made sure our room was warm when we returned each evening - she took us to the restaurant behind and made sure we understood the menu (the food was delicious) and she waved us off at the bus-stop on our last day. We were one of two groups of people staying (out of season) but I think she is like this everyone. The property is in a good location - 30 min bus ride to the main station.
Boasting a 140-year old history, Busuitei is located within an 8-minute walk from JR Hidafurukawa Train Station. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.
Otoboke Beaver Utopia Takayama (Adult Only) features air-conditioned rooms with TV in the Hida Takayama Onsen district of Takayama. Simple breakfast served in room. Easy check in and out.
Located in 15-minute bus ride from JR Takayama Station, Guest House & Cafe SOY is surrounded by lush greenery. Free WIFi is provided and free private parking is available on site. - The guesthouse's owners (Tai and his parents) are kind and very attentive. They bring our stay to another level. - The guesthouse is cozy and meticulously well decorated, offering to the guests a great mix of tradition and modernity. - The breakfast (you can order western or japanese) is delicious. One of the best opportunities to experience a real japanese meal. - Although the guesthouse is not right in the downtown of Takayama, Tai offers a shuttle to the hotel whenever you need. Therefore, you cannot feel any trouble to get to the hotel.
Boasting spacious hot spring baths for a fee, Natural Onsen Hostel Hidamari no Yu is hostel accommodation located in Takayama. Onsen in the first floor! Love it!
Set in Fuyutō, 3.6 km from Takayama, Yokohata offers a shared lounge and free WiFi. We had the whole flat and it seemed to be very new! Perfect place to stay! Everything labelled in English and. Japanese, perfect kitchen with everything you need to Cook. Highly recommended.
Beautiful town. Clear water running through the town’s streams. Impressive temples. Two brilliant local sake breweries. Delicious soba being made in the town, along with really great sushi and beef.
Wonderful small town of HidaFurukawa was a delightful change to the hustle and bustle of the larger cities, although it’s like comparing apples to oranges. Well worth going to see, not far from Takayama on the local train. Can recommend the Satoyama bicycle or walking tour, which can be booked at the tourist information bureau in Takayama.. Wish we could have stayed longer in this part of Japan.
Great little town... with very nice people that are eager to help you experience their Japanese customs....you have to see the town walking to feel how amazingly organise, clean and well preserved it is. We are seniors, and found the walk easy, very enjoyable and great! Ask the hotel reception, for the name (Naruka? Not sure of the name) in town, of a very little place, that serve good ramen and delicious soups!
HidaFurukawa is a very small city, a 10 minutes walk it's enough to see it. 10/15 minutes away by train it's Takayama (HidaTakayama) which is where you can spend a very nice day walking it's streets and temples, it was a nice surprise for us, especially it's old town.
It started snowing when we were there and it was so beautiful looking out from Yatsusankan Ryokan's window from our 3rd floor room. It was not difficult to find halal food in Takayama for Muslims travellers like our family as there is a Hida Muslims Friendly group who took the trouble to make reservations for us to have non-pork and non-alcohol food. It was a pleasant stay at Hida and Takayama as a whole.
I ended up there in a way by mistake, thinking it was part of Takayama. It turned out to be 20 minutes further down the line by train, but so tranquil, traditional and quaint.Very "un-touristy" Easy to walk into the countryside -to see the farms, the hills, the nearby woods. Easy to get into Takayama by train and to explore other highlights of the area. I loved going out to the old village of Shirakawa-go to see the steeply sloping thatched roofs of the gassho-zukuri houses. Four distinct seasons. This is such a beautiful part of Japan.