What is a Ryokan? Ryokans are the best way to experience Japanese culture and enjoy the true comforts of Japanese hospitality and service.
Hot springs have a very long history in Japan, and they are an intimate part of Japanese culture. There are over 3,000 "onsen" ,or hot springs, in Japan. Many can be found at the ryokans available on Japanese Guest Houses.
Welcome to Shirakawago-Shimizu. This Gassho-Zukuri has a 200 year old history, and there are 3 traditional Japanese-style guest rooms. There is also a shared bath and toilet facilities for the guests. Homemade Japanese-style cuisine is served to the guests at Shirakawago-Shimizu. Check-in time is after 15:00 and check-out time is before 9:00 am. Some English is spoken. Good to know: There is a
Welcome to Shirakawa-go No Yu. This Modern Ryokan is located in the Shirakawa go village. Shirakawa go No Yu is the only ryokan with hot spring baths in the Shirakawa-go village. Please note that this is Not a Gassho Zukuri farmhouse. Shirakawa go No Yu offers nine guests rooms and two of those rooms have a private bath and toilet. From your room you can enjoy views on the mountains or river. Shir
Shirakawago is widely known as one of the most scenic places in Japan. It is surrounded by pine tree covered mountains, and it is located along the picturesque Shokawa River. Besides the beautiful scenery, the unique Japanese thatched-roof farmhouses are the center of attraction. There are approximately 180 thatched farmhouses, sheds, and barns, and most of them were built about 200-300 years ago.
Welcome to Magoemon. This is one of the larger Gassho Zukuri style of accommodations in Shirakawa-go with six guest rooms accommodating up to 12 guests. There is a Japanese-style open hearth, and from Magoemon guests can even see an old fashioned wooden suspension bridge over the famous Shirokawa river. Magoemon serves fresh, seasonal vegetables throughout the year. Check-in is after 15:00 and che
Welcome to Yokichi, a thatched-roof Gassho Zukuri style of building in Shirakawa-go. Yokichi is a quaint, historical place full of character and perfect for the guest who wishes to experience traditional Japanese hospitality. Built over 110 years ago, Yokichi has been in business for the past 30 years. Yokichi has 5 Japanese-style rooms, and can accommodate up to 10 guests. It is located near the
Welcome to Kanja. Located in the middle of Shirakawa-go, Kanja is a Gassho-Zukuri located on a hill with a very nice view of the surrounding area. From the entrance, guests can see Myozenji Temple. The owners of Kanja recently renovated the building and remade the traditional thatched roof typical of the gassho-zukuri in this part of Japan. There is a traditional Japanese-style hearth in the dinin
Welcome to Hisamatsu. This Gassho-Zukuri was built during the Edo Period (1600-1868) and is perfect for guests looking to experience Japan in a very traditional way. It has 4 Japanese-style guest rooms. At the Hisamatsu none of the guest rooms have a private bath or toilet. From their room guest can enjoy the view on the mountain and on the Shirakawa-go village. Homemade Japanese-style cuisine is
Welcome to Kidoya. This Gassho-Zukuri has 5 traditional Japanese-style guest rooms. There is also a shared bath and toilet facilities for the guests. Homemade Japanese-style cuisine is served to the guests at Kidoya. Check-in time is after 15:00 and check-out time is before 9:00 am. Some English is spoken. Snow Warning: There is a lot of snow in Shirakawa-go in January and February so please bring
Welcome to Shinmonso. This Modern Ryokan is conveniently nestled away in urban Kyoto, near the Shirakawa River and the historic Gion Shinbashi district. 21 Japanese style guest rooms with private toilets are available (several have private baths as well). There are two indoor public baths (same gender only), open 16:00-24:00 and 6:00-9:00, as well as two family baths open 16:00-10:00 (free of char
Welcome to the Tosuke No Yu Fujiya. This traditional Minshuku is located along the Sho River, 20 minutes away from the Shirakawa-go village. Tosuke No Yu Fujiya house was build 150 years ago and has 8 Japanese style rooms, 2 Japanese combine Western style rooms and a traditional Japanese deluxe style suite. All rooms have their own private toilet however their are no private bath in the guest room
Hyogo-ken Chijitoroku Ryokogyo 3-609
(Hyogo Prefecture Travel Agent License Number 3-609)
10-5-401-1-(2) Sakae-machi, Kawanishi-shi, Hyogo-ken Japan
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