This ryokan looks more like a microscopic backpackers hostel (seven tatami rooms only). Installed in a house dating from 1950 and renovated in 2011, this ryokan offers an immersion in a Japanese house: tatami, narrow space and little soundproofing. This air of authenticity makes its charm. Inside, the client quickly feels immersed several decades back in time. The atmosphere is young and friendly, the bathroom is shared, the staff speaks English very well. A stone's throw from an onsen.
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