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Honjinhiranoya Kachoan Ryokan
Why we like it
- A modern Japanese Ryokan
- Located next to the famous red Nakabashi Bridge
- Indulge in the finest Japanese cuisine in a private setting or in your own room
- Experience a traditional Japanese bath
- An excellent base to explore the local tourist attractions
Immerse yourself in the Japanese culture and relax in a traditional, colourful Yukata (light Japanese kimono).
The Park Hyatt in Tokyo and Ginyu Ryokan in Hakone were outstanding.
- PD, Surrey
Honjinhiranoya Kachoan Ryokan is placed in an ideal location to explore the attractions of this beautiful area. The accommodation has a traditional Japanese design, complimented by fresh modern elements making a relaxing and spacious guest room. Food here is inspired, made with the freshest seasonal ingredients sourced from the local area to create sumptuous Japanese delicacies. On the first floor relax in the Japanese bath, with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the magnificent landscape of the Asian mountains, the most tranquil setting to relax. From the minute you step into the lobby of this fabulous resort, you can enjoy the exceptional hospitality provided by the attentive and friendly staff.
Best time to be there
Spring (late March to April) for cherry blossom, early summer (May to early June) for warm sunshine, autumn (October to November) for sunny weather and spectacular colours.
Osaka/ Tokyo Narita and Haneda (Japan Airlines, British Airways)
12 hours 30 minutes from London
GMT +9 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
No vaccinations required
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