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Gunma Onsen Ryokan Yoshimoto

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2 гостя

1 спальня

2 кровати
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Mountain retreat Tokiwasure-no-Yado Yoshimoto features an indoor and outdoor public hot spring bath, as well as a private-use one. It offers luxurious Japanese-style and Western rooms.

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Enjoy Japanese Onsen culture! We have three traditional open-air private onsen You can use it anytime and many time in the charter.

And also, You can enjoy onsen even with tattoo because there is
no chance to have somebody sees your tattoo.

Другие важные подробности

Located in Shima, this ryokan is 2 mi (3.2 km) from Shima no Oketsu and within 9 mi (15 km) of Nakanojo Dam and Minobara Flower Garden. Nakajo Museum of Folk History and Tomizawa Family Residence are also within 12 mi (20 km).


Жилье
Вмещает гостей: 2
Ванных комнат: 2 (Общая ванная)
Спален: 1
Кровати: 2
Время прибытия: В любое время после 15:00
Время выезда: 10:00

Удобства
Телевизор
Предметы первой необходимости
Шампунь
Отопление

Цены
Доплата за каждого последующего гостя 11852 р / ночь после первого гостя
Плата за уборку 1185 р
Залог за сохранность имущества 11852 р
Скидка за неделю: 10%
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Правила дома
Время прибытия — после 15:00

Отмены

Устройства безопасности
Пожарная сигнализация
Детектор угарного газа
Аптечка
Памятка по безопасности
Огнетушитель

Свободные дни
1 ночь — минимальная продолжительность бронирования

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What is a RYOKAN?

Gunma, once prospering as the nation's capital for over 800 years is the Onsen, tradition and history. Gunma plays a significant role in the identity of Japanese people. Experience this authentic part of Japan in a Ryokan.

Why do Japanese people feel most comfortable on Tatami floors?
Why do Japanese people from outside Kyoto praise Japanese food in Japan?
Why is it difficult for Japanese people on vacation to decide whether to stay in a hotel or a Ryokan when they come to Japan?

Kyoto is the city where Japanese people can reassure their ethnicity and remember the most important things about being Japanese.

In a Ryokan, get more out of the basic necessities in life; food, shelter and clothing. An experience different from the common hotel. A Ryokan is an accommodation facility original to the owners taste, influenced by Japanese culture, style and feel. A service that can't be found anywhere else in the world; only here in Japan.

A Ryokan is an accommodation facility independent to Japan and of course, it is as much apart of Japanese culture as any other traditional arts or historical monuments you may have read about in books or magazines. They cannot go their separate ways. You can experience the culture of Japanese food, clothing and shelter all in one place. And that is not talking about modern culture like Manga comics, anime, computer games and such, but the tradition that Japanese people in modern day have the tendency to forget. As Ryokan are preserving this important part of Japanese culture the cost of accommodation is set accordingly.

Firstly, Kimono.
The traditional clothing worn by Japanese. Till only a few decades ago, as you may have seen in some Samurai movies, people in Japan used to wear Kimono in their daily life. Asides from some people who wear Kimono for their jobs, most people in Japan do not wear Kimono anymore. In a Ryokan, you can find the hard working staff in Kimono or other traditional Japanese wear. Many of the staff at the front desk are in suits, but in most cases you will find the guestroom staff in traditional work wear or Kimono. Also, you yourself can wear a simple Kimono called a Yukata when you stay in a Ryokan.

Secondly, the food.
Modern day Japan has a diverse food culture. Although Japanese people eat a variety of food from all over the world daily, Japan holds great pride in the long history of traditional Japanese food. A high level of technique is required in preparing authentic Japanese food, so going to a specialty restaurant is the norm. Especially in Japan, there are many famous restaurants that hold a high reputation all over Japan. Moreover, the Japanese food served in Kyoto called [Washoku] is especially renowned for its high skill and fine delicacy. Unlike hotels, it is standard process that the Ryokan offer 2 meals per night, of course Japanese dining. Either or, you can experience an authentic Japanese meal casually.

Then comes the architecture. Another significant part of Japanese culture.
Originally, Japanese Ryokan were built with wood, but in recent years the construction with concrete and steel has become more popular than before. As Ryokan have a long history, it is most commonly seen as a building structure with two floors. The interior of Ryokan are still Japanese independent of the construction being of steel and concrete. The traditional authenticity of the Ryokan differs between each one, but all have Tatami floors or flower displays, or paper room dividers and such. The set up of these all originated from the way of Japanese weather, climate and spirit. Commonly seen in traditional houses, but the popularization of western living standards has rapidly decreased the number of structures with traditional Japanese architecture. In the future, Ryokan may be the only preserved authenticity of Japanese tradition.

Lastly there is the high service level of [Hospitality].
In Japan, the service industry is much of a different quality than can be seen abroad. Especially in Kyoto, it is recognized nationally. Hospitality is an instinctual custom that was apart of all traditional Japanese and must carried on into the next generation through the services offered at every Ryokan.

Don't miss the opportunity to experience a deeper Japan.

群馬県 四万温泉で昔ながらの旅館を継いでます。旅館の在り方について、考える毎日です。

貸し出すお部屋は旅館のお部屋です。そのようなことが可能かどうか試しています。

このサイトは利用者にとっては大変興味深く、面白いアイデアだと思います。
一方、様々な法律にしばられながら旅館・ホテルを経営している者にとっては「宿泊業」という業種を根底から揺るがすとんでもないアイデアです。

衛生管理は?消防法は?旅館業法ってなに?旅館業許可は何のためにあるの?
「単に仲介しているだけ」と言われればそれまでの、まさに法の穴。

逆にここで部屋が売れるなら、日本国内のネットエージェントの手数料10%前後と比べてかなり安いので、我々旅館・ホテルは、旅館業法をもっているので、とってもメリットがあります。


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