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Directly connected to Hon-kawagoe Train Station, Kawagoe Prince Hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and elegant guest rooms with free wired internet. from the front office, it shows the friendliness and warmth welcoming of the staff. Sparkling clean.. Everything to us are 2tumbsup.. Worth to come back again if happen to be at kawagoe.
Located within a 6-minute walk of Candy Alley and 7 miles of Lalaport Fujimi, Ryokan Matsumuraya has rooms in Kawagoe. With a shared lounge, the 2-star ryokan has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi.... I normally don't write reviews, but this place exceeded all of our expectations and we felt the need to let people know. The staff were extremely polite and accomodating, the room and building itself are beautifully decorated and impeccably clean, and bathing in the onsen is the most relaxed I've felt in years. The town itself is lovely, has a real community/small village vibe. The local shop owners are really sweet and friendly, and will enthusiastically chat away to you about various items in their shop, even though you've made it clear you don't speak Japanese and can't really understand what they're saying :P Going around to the various onsens in the town is fun, although since the ryokan itself has a much nicer onsen than the village ones, it's more about the novelty - walking around the cobble paths in the traditional Yukata and shoes (which the ryokan provides), and collecting stamps at each onsen on your special towel. The village onsens are also small enough that if you're with a partner of the opposite sex, you can talk to each other over the wall dividing the male and female section of the onsen, which is rare in onsens we've visited. The snow monkey park (Jingokudani) is also just a short taxi ride away (just ask the front desk to call you one) and was one of the highlights of our trip. The absolute best thing was the spectacular multi-course dinner at the ryokan - beautifully presented and delicious japanese dishes made from local produce, with different courses every night, served in our own private tatami mat dining room. We were blown away, we felt like royalty. Meals like this would cost a fortune back home, and not taste nearly as good or been as well served. Please visit this place, it exceeded our expectations in every single way. It's a little bit out of the way, but well worth the trip - you won't regret it.
Capsule In Kawagoe is located in Kawagoe, 1.4 miles from Candy Alley and 6 miles from Lalaport Fujimi. The 1-star capsule hotel has air-conditioned rooms with a shared bathroom and free WiFi. The hotel offers sento experience. It may look a bit old-fashioned but they have everything for spending a night, even when you come with bare hands. The staff was really helpful and they speak English.
1.5 miles from Candy Alley, Kawagoe Daiichi Hotel is located in Kawagoe and has air-conditioned rooms. Excellent location for 1 night stay - close to the station; can easily walk from station to hotel with heavy luggage within just few minutes. walkable distance to town’s attractions; nice amenities, helpful staffs. Great value for the money. 7/11 is close. Can drop luggage after c/ for a city exploring. Quite slow teapot; but the same like in many others hotels of this type across Japan; on one of the floors can get a hot water for tea. Nice view to a night city from high floor.
Located 1.5 miles from Candy Alley, Kawagoe Shine (Adult Only) provides rooms with air conditioning in Kawagoe. With free WiFi, this 1-star love hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and room service. It is very clean, facilities are above average, and good at keeping privacy.
Located 4.1 miles from Candy Alley in Kawagoe, Tuktuk House has accommodations with air conditioning and free WiFi. Nice accommodation, very good location about a twenty minute walk away from train station, the fish therapy is amazing worth a visit to try and it's free
We enjoyed Kawagoe because it is a charming town with great historical and cultural character. It is an easy train ride to the urban intensity and richness of Tokyo, but quieter and more restful.In a week's time we explored the whole down and kept on discovering new things. At the same time it is just on the edge of the rural towns and hills. We had friends take us on a great drive in the country, but it would also have been easy to take a train out into the country.
Koedoe Easy to walk, cabs, trains Old town--Koedoe--other areas of nature activity!! Old Italian restaurant in an antique shop forgot name!! Has the best Italian I ever had!!! No tipping!!! I ate my way around town!! So many choices!!! Great shopping and massages
I liked visiting Edo ( old Tokyo ) for the charm of an old era.On a previous visit I was lucky to see a parade of locals dressed in period costume marching down the street.Then the experience of just going up those stairs to a restaurant or bar were very rewarding. I found most people I encountered to be very polite and helpful.I look forward to my next trip there.