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Offering traditional Japanese-style accommodations with spacious public baths, Yatsusankan is a 6-minute walk from JR Hidafurukawa Train Station. It's difficult to start on what was it that we enjoyed the most, because we had a wonderful stay at Yatsusankan. The staff were kind and helpful, the baths are lovely and breakfast and dinner was delicious (we only had dinner there one day as we were expecting to arrive later on the first day, but it's an experience we won't forget! Breakfast was also abundant both in flavor and quantity). We were on our honeymoon and it was, by far, the most relaxing experience we had on our journey through Japan. Wish we had had more days to stay there. Hida Furukawa is also a lovely town, and Hida Takayama is only 15 min. away by train. Couldn't recommend it enough, thank you so much for everything.
Renovated in 2015, Iori Stay Hida offers accommodations in Hida. This traditional Japanese-style townhouse features designs with both modern and traditional Japanese influence. Everything! The staff, the house and location were all great. Will definitely book with Iori Stay Hida again if we are in the area. The house has a very traditional Japanese feel to it. It's the only way to stay for the ultimate experience! Much better than a typical hotel.
Set in Hida, 12 mi from Nagareha Koryu Center, Minpaku TOMO 12 tatami room / Vacation STAY 3708 offers accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. Host incredible friendly and welcoming. A traditional japanese experience Mountain quiet place
I've been to Hidatafurugawa for the second time, and it still doesn't let me down. It might be my favorite little town in Japan or even on Earth. Everyone should try the Kaiseiki style Japanese dinner in Yatsusankan, it's a unforgettable experience.
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.