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at Ryokan Tanabe

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... easily spend a day walking there. Secondly, the ryokan serves delicious dinner and breakfast in your room at your comfort!
Staff friendly, we loved the ladies, we had our own en-suite Onsen so not sure about the communal ones, we had the dinner in our...
... and the Ryokan looks good from the outside.I found the room uncomfortable....and the thin futon even more so.. Quite...
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We ordered a room with breakfast and dinner and we have food restrictions. Sadly this is the only hotel that did not answer us neither by mail not by the site where we booked. Is...
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Sep 2018 |
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lim ethan wrote a review Feb 2020
Lorne, Australia36 contributions15 helpful votes
Firstly, the ryokan is within walking distance to iconic sannomachi street (5mins) with many unique shops selling different kinds of local product. One can easily spend a day
walking there.
Secondly, the ryokan serves delicious dinner and breakfast in your room at your comfort!
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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GWL56 wrote a review Dec 2019
London, United Kingdom61 contributions18 helpful votes
Staff friendly, we loved the ladies, we had our own en-suite Onsen so not sure about the communal ones, we had the dinner in our room one evening, superb, breakfasts were great, we were sad to leave .
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Date of stay: October 2019
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chrisjacobaleta wrote a review Nov 2019
Melbourne, Australia13 contributions9 helpful votes
Mrs Tanabe was most welcoming. The location is excellent and the Ryokan looks good from the outside.I found the room uncomfortable....and the thin futon even more so..
Quite expensive for what you get
I have been to Japan many many times and am a big fan. Perhaps the Ryokan facility does not suit me!
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Date of stay: November 2019
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lionfish wrote a review Nov 2019
Singapore, Singapore66 contributions34 helpful votes
We stayed here for 2 nights. Check in and out process was smooth.

Our ryokan room has a lot of space and comfortable. Aoyama-San, was the old lady who prepared the set up of our in-room meals (breakfast and dinner). She was very nimble for her age, warm, sincere, funny and chatty (despite our language differences).

The dinner... oh my... one of our best ryokan meals as they made an effort to diversify the meal spread by including international dishes (like baked curry veggie, chicken chop, etc) with Japanese fusion, so that foreign tourists can enjoy. There was so much food that we were still not hungry by the following day's lunch.

The onsen was small but not crowded. Temperatures just nice and comfortable to take a short dip.

Overall, we enjoyed this charming ryokan and our experience in Takayama city.
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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vinoblanco8888 wrote a review Oct 2019
Canada75 contributions25 helpful votes
There are definitely some positives: Location is just a 10 minute walk from the station and just a couple blocks from the Old Merchant's Quarters; the kaiseki dinner we had and the breakfasts were good; the yukatas were colourful and comfortable to wear; the staff were very friendly.
I'm guessing that as ryokans go, this is very good. I totally understand that this is a traditional Japanese inn and I'm glad I had the chance to experience it! Surprisingly, I found the futon fairly comfortable.
What I didn't like was the lack of respect (for lack of a better word) for the room being our personal space during our stay. It seems the staff would come into your room whenever; on our last day there, we had popped out and came back to use the washroom and gather our bags before checking out at 10:00 am, but the staff had already been in our room and removed the towels, etc.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Answer from petitepommedeterre
Mar 2018 |
It should be per room per night. Room is big, can accommodate at least 2 persons or more. I made reservation through a travel agency, so I am not too sure which is the cheapest way to book.
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Answer from Samantha V
Nov 2017 |
I cant rember if it was included but
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Jenni Y asked a question Oct 2016
Sentosa Island, Singapore50 contributions8 helpful votes
Does the room charge includes breakfast or dinner?
Answer from PK26
Nov 2016 |
it's your choice.
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