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Located a 10-minute drive from Yoro Train Station and Yoro Tenmei Hantenchi park, Takimotokan Yuki No Sato is nestled in a tranquil area. Peaceful location on top of a mountain (not too high to worry about altitude) with a stunning view of the local valley and forest surrounding. Beautiful Japanese room - we had a private balcony mineral hot tub but the resort is small so the public baths were not crowded. a beautiful forest waterfall is right next to the property, a short walk down some stone stairs with a lovely forest shrine and walking paths to get some exercise & forest bathing during the day. A place to get away from everything, soak, read, rest, reflect. Japanese breakfast and dinner beautifully served by your own appointed hostess in a Kimono. Lunch and extra's in your room (saki, juice soda, coffee - tea is inc.,) is available on request for an additional fee - Udan noodle dishes etc for lunches. Evening "snacks" (Typical tea, rice balls, pickled veggies) are left when you go out for dinner & they make up your futon beds - after a full dinner, we kept them in our frig for lunch. additional sweets are for sale at reception. It's very quiet, respectful. Only reason we will probably not return, is Japan is full of beautiful Ryakan/Onsen's (traditional hotels with mineral hot springs) and we will try a new one next time.
Located in Ogaki, 5 miles from Ikeda Onsen New Building, Royal Hotel Uohachi Bettei provides accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. The hotel is located near the highway exist, and also surrounded by a convenience store and other fast food options. Hospitality of the staff was great! I particularly enjoyed the room; it was spacious and clean and the interior design was very unique and cute. The bed was super comfortable too!
The cozy hotel Posada Casa Eco offers comfortable, colorful rooms, only a 5-minute taxi ride from JR Tarui Station. It has a garden, free Wi-Fi in all areas and a free-use washing machine. I stayed at the property for a night and i must say i’m very satisfied. The communication before my arrival had no problem and the place was absolutely clean and nice. The people are warm and kind. I would definitely recommend here.
The best is that it is off the grid in a small remote village in Japan. The truly local life is something hard to experience touring big cities. However, Yōrō itself does not have much more than onsen to offer, and is one hour away from Nagoya with one transfer. Even though we got used to the commute over time, the first couple days were exhausting.