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|"Delicious food and clear room"||(in 11 reviews)|
|"The owners were very friendly and helpful!"||(in 7 reviews)|
|"Excellent Dinner and Breakfast"||(in 9 reviews)|
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I came here in mid June. The temperatures are nice between 22-25°C. The food was exeptional. I have never eaten food of this quality in all of my time in Japan. The price is also logical, making it a great gain for your buck, meaning it is 100% worth the price (I was told that the ingrediens used were farmed the same day in the mountains by the very person serving). It is a family driven business, which is adding a very unique atmosphere to it. I have also been at "good and expensive" ryokans in Kyoto and let me tell you,I liked this ryokan here way more. Staff is very friendly and willing to help you with anything (for exp.: providing hiking maps and recomendations of onsens nearby). Rooms are spaceious and comfortable, just keep in mind that they are Japanese style, which means you are sleeping in a futon on the floor, which is not for everyone. The rooms have only a sink, bathrooms are shared. Very normal for this type of hotel and the shared bathrooms are clean. Very good location: It is 5min from the bus station and about 10min from the Zao ropeway, if you take your time while walking. Nice unexpected bonus: free entrance in any onsen of the village, if you stay at this ryokan.
Nothing really. Exceeded my expectations.
Host was amazing - very fun and friendly. Doesn't speak much English but her family and other people there did so that was totally okay. Lots of pleasant surprises like rolling out our futons for us and cleaning the snow off my car. The food was spectacular, make sure you get the dinner. If you're looking for an authentic stay in a ryokan with warm reception, this is it!
The Takasagoya Ryokan is a seventh generation run Ryokan. With the sixth and one remaining fifth generation still working there. The family are very welcoming and lovely. The Takasagoya Ryokan is only a three min walk from the bus terminal and a five min walk to Lawson convenient store & another minute past you will find the Zao Chuo Ropeway (Gondola No 3).
Being a Ryokan (tradition style hotel) if you find it hard to get up off the floor you may want to give this style of hotel a miss. Just saying…
1) The dinner is very good, basically two meals in one. I was so stuffed after I finished it. 2) The room is quite spatial. 3) Location is good. Very close to both the bus station and the gondola. 4) The host is nice and helpful. English is okay here, which is not the case in many other places I've stayed in Japan.
The dinner is good. The staff is very nice. The room is clean and tidy.
Its onsen is not good enough, it is better to go out for the three free onsen.
With a stay at Takasagoya Ryokan in Yamagata (Zaoonsen), you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Zao Hot Springs Ski Resort and Zao Chuo Ropeway. Featured amenities include luggage storage, refrigerator in a common area, and a vending machine. Free self parking is available onsite.
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Most popular landmarks
- Zao Onsen 141 m
- Zao Sky Cable 393 m
- Zao Hot Springs Ski Resort 0.5 km
- Rime on Trees at Zao 3.6 km
- Mount Zao 4.7 km
- Safflower Field of Takase 5.4 km