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hokkaido

Asia Japan

Ryokan Ryotei Hanayura Hokkaido

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23 June 2022
Surrounded by lush woods, this warm, refined hot spring hotel is 2 km from the scenic views of Jigokudani valley, and 5 km from Lake Kuttara. The serene rooms provide TVs, minifridges, and tea and coffeemaking facilities, along with tatami floors and traditional short-legged tables. Some have futons, and/or outdoor soaking tubs with geothermal water. Amenities include an airy restaurant, a gender-segregated...
Asia Japan

Ryokan Akan Tsuruga Besso Hinanoza

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2 January 2022
"Hina" means Home. It is always in your heart somewhere, feelings to the homesickness which is not forgot. Also, warm dearly and your heart may be emancipated with aware like a home. We are welcoming you at "HINA no ZA" as a home on your heart. Forgotten the busy every day through the dialogue with nature, have not you? Japanese heart that values the four seasons, Japanese cuisine that makes people feel warm...
Asia Japan

Ryokan Zaborin Niseko

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13 August 2021
Experience authentic ryokan traditions by unwinding within the serenity of nature, absorbing the minerals of a natural spring onsen, and indulging in exquisite Japanese haute-cuisine. Zaborin is a contemporary luxury ryokan in Hanazono, Hokkaido, Japan. Our award-winning kita kaiseki cuisine is a northern interpretation of the the ancient traditional Kyoto kaiseki dining, celebrating local produce and seasons...
Asia Japan

Kasara Niseko Village Townhouse

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27 February 2021
Niseko Village on Japan's northern island of Hokkaido, has quietly become legendary among the skiing cognoscenti. Though already well known as the powder mecca of Japan domestically, it was only in the 1990s that a pioneering group of Australian skiers explored the area and murmurs began circulating of a relatively untapped skiing Shangri-La. Today, the resort has earned a reputation as one of the premier...
Asia Japan

Ryokan Ginrinsou

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2 September 2020
The Ryokan Ginrinsou, originally a “herring estate”,is one of the Designated Historic Landmarks of Otaru City.It was an estate built by a great master of fishermen in Yoichiwho became very rich in the Sengoku herring fishing ground that prospered at the base of the Shakotan Peninsula.The estate was relocated to its current location in 1938.Having endured the weather for more than a century, it looks truly...