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Top 10 Matsui Hotels

Top 10 Matsui Hotels

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4.8/5
Outstanding
17 Reviews
Wa 46, Awazumachi, Komatsu, Ishikawa, Japan
"Quaint hotel with very good service. Several older grannies in kimono are very kind and kind. We arrived early, and before the time to check in, the grandmother led us to a tatami platform with a view of the courtyard at the entrance, and served us dim sum and Japanese matcha🍵. It's really refreshing. There is a touching episode. Because we brought children, we brought a folding stroller when we went out. I didn't know what was going on, and I forgot the car in the waiting room of JR Kurizu Station. And the problem is that none of us had the idea that when the car was lost, we hit the wizard. After everyone went to the hot spring and came back, the front desk called and asked if we forgot the baby car. This is when we pat our heads and remember that the car is not pulled. It turned out that the staff at the station found the car, and then learned that we were living in the Master through the taxi that carried us, contacted the Master, and then the staff of the Master drove to the station to help us transport the car back, and delivered it to us. room. We are really touched. An old store with a history of 1300 years, warm and thoughtful service, unforgettable! And, the Master’s banquet is great! Go to the mage must experience it."
"This hotel was incredible! You are welcomed like royalty with a tea ceremony while looking out onto the beautiful garden. The rooms are huge and are simply incredible. There are two public onsens, one for each gender and if you want a private Onsen you can book that too. We are nearby in several really nice izakiyas which were fantastic. The younger staff, as well as the owner and his daughter speak English and one of the receptionists is Chinese. I can not recommend this place highly enough. If you want a really traditional ryokan and a relaxing stay just book this hotel. It is truly amazing!"
"The facilities are a bit dated, but the overall feeling and service experience of the hotel can completely offset this. Very warm hospitality, whether it's picking up welcome refreshments to start dinner and breakfast. Every employee has a happy expression on his face. Make you happy naturally. Big Love. Before leaving, the service staff will take a group photo for you. I was deeply moved by this kind of warmth when I sent you in the car. Sending pictures and comments for the first time, canvassing votes for them"
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2




4.5/5
Excellent
5 Reviews
18-119,Yamashiro Onsen, Kaga, Ishikawa, Japan
"We were after the most traditional luxury ryokan experience we could find in Ishikawa prefecture. The prerequisite was that it be aimed predominantly at Japanese clients (why bother coming to Japan if you’re after an experience for foreigners?). Araya Totoan did not disappoint. We had a private bath, but one of the highlights was using the ryokan’s three shared (‘public’) onsen baths. As we stayed on a Monday night, while I can’t be certain whether there weren’t other guests around, we were very lucky to have all three onsen to ourselves. Two of them had baths set in a Japanese outdoor garden setting. Oh, yes! This is the dream you had of Japan - sitting in the outdoor hot spring by yourself and having a drink float towards you. Other than the excellent art, which you should read up on and appreciate, the kaiseki meal was excellent. It was comparable to ones at the high-end ryotei in Kanazawa. Araya Totoan appeared to have the traditional management structure - we met the Okami on arrival and the Waka-Okami at check out. Our stay started with a tea ceremony - we apologise for our lack of manners as we didn’t learn how to do a Kaga-style ceremony until we had a lesson in Kanazawa a few days later! One minor issue was that my request for the courtesy shuttle from Kagaonsen station wasn’t picked up. This was most likely JTB’s fault (the ryokan’s English booking agency). However this didn’t turn out to be a problem, as the local tourism officer at the train station (Alexander the Frenchman) greeted us on arrival and called the ryokan. A quintessential experience if you are in Ishikawa."
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3




2.5/5
6 Reviews
48-14 Futaomote, Awara-shi, Awara, Fukui, Japan
"Hasegawa is a popular choice amongst travelers in Fukui, whether exploring or just passing through. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, laundry service are on the list of things guests can enjoy. Some of the well-appointed guestrooms feature television LCD/plasma screen, air conditioning, alarm clock, refrigerator, toiletries. Recuperate from a full day of sightseeing in the comfort of your room or take advantage of the hotel's recreational facilities, including hot spring bath, massage, karaoke. No matter what your reasons are for visiting Fukui, Hasegawa will make you feel instantly at home."
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4




4/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
16 Banshoen-dori,Yamashiro Onsen,Kaga-shi,ishikawa-ken,japan, Kaga, Ishikawa, Japan
"We had a complete renewal in 2003. You can experience the pleasant feeling of walking bare-footed on our paulownia-wood flooring in the lobby and corridor."
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5




5/5
Perfect
11 Reviews
Funatsu 43-26, Awara, Fukui, Japan
"A Ryokan (Japanese-style inn) located in Awara Onsen hot spring resort. The wide variety of guest rooms makes it possible to respond to the needs of every guest. Relax, and enjoy the seasonal Japanese cuisine."
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6




4.5/5
Excellent
11 Reviews
2-he-1 Higashi-machi, Yamanaka Onsen, Kaga-shi, Ishikawa Prefecture, Kaga, Ishikawa, Japan
"新しい建物ではありませんが、お部屋は12.5畳で別に4人用の応接セットがゆったりと置かれていました。床の間には生花がさりげなくいけられていました。これは廊下などにも同様です。山中温泉の菊の湯に入ってから宿に大汗をかきながらチェックインの時間より早めに到着。でもフロントの若い女性が笑顔で快く応対し受け入れてくれました。他の従業員の方も対応に問題は無いかと思います。食事は量、質両面において十分満足のいくものでした。美味しかったです。お風呂も湯質が化粧水の様に肌にしっとりまつわりつく感じ、いいお湯でした。この料金でこれだけのサービスをして戴いてもう満足です。有名観光地の温泉宿でこの料金、正直余り大きな期待はしていませんでしたが、見事にいい方向に裏切られました。いい宿でした。"
"新型肺炎前は食事はバイキング形式だったけれど、今は個食(お部屋食orお食事処)になっている。山中温泉としては総湯にも近く、中心部のアクセスの良いところにあると言って良いかな。温泉は男女入れ替え制で、宿泊初日は女性湯の方が広い(翌日は朝から入れ替え)。まあ男の方が少し損をする感じかな。ぼくが行った時には夜間は鶴仙渓がライトアップされていたね。なお、ロビーでソフトドリンクのサービス有り。"
"加賀温泉駅から送迎バスが出ています。露天風呂が川沿いにあり、川のせせらぎの音を聞きながら、ゆっくり入ることができます。 山中温泉は、散策で楽しめる場所が沢山あるので、足湯などとても楽しめました。 是非再訪したい温泉宿です。"
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7




5/5
Perfect
13 Reviews
Katayamazu Onsen 63-1, Kaga, Ishikawa, Japan
"Friendly hotel especially the owner. An enjoyable stay"
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8




4.5/5
Excellent
5 Reviews
1-Ho-20 Yamanaka Onsen Higashimachi, Kaga-shi, Ishikawa Prefecture, Kaga, Ishikawa, Japan
"Everything about staying at Kayotei was wonderful. The service, the food, the artist experiences, the onsens, the inn itself, and the gorge walk were all highlights. The inn is a 20 minute drive from the Kaga-onsen train station, and they can arrange for you to be picked up. We arrived and all the staff turned out to greet us. The staff was all extremely gracious, and everyone we interacted with spoke perfect English. We were checked in by the lounge with a cup of tea by general manager's son, and met the room attendant who would be personally taking care of us. We had arranged ahead of time with the General Manager, Jiro Takeuchi, to visit some local artisans. That is a particular passion of his. We went to a soba noodle restaurant, and made our own soba noodles, which they cooked for our lunch. We visited the studio of paper artist Mika Horie, who makes traditional Japanese handmade paper from gampi tree bark. (She's also a photographer who makes cyanotype prints on that paper.) She showed us how to make the paper, and we each made two pieces of paper on our own. She dried them for us, and mailed them on to our next hotel a few days later when they were ready. Finally, the next morning we went to see Yasushi Satake, a third generation woodturner who makes amazing lacquer bowls. We bought a couple of his bowls as souvenirs. There are extra charges for all these experiences, but they were one of the highlights of our entire trip. After the experiences we tried out the onsen baths. Some rooms have their own private onsens, but those rooms had already been booked. We tried out the two single gender onsens, which were empty at the time. They alternate which one is for which gender each day, so if you stay for two nights you can try them both. They day we stayed, the women's onsen had a second outdoor bath. There is a rather picturesque gorge directly below the inn, and there is a nice stone paved trail through the gorge, across an amazing footbridge, and into town. We had a nice walk, and explored the town a bit, which has some nice shops (and a post office, if you need more cash). They served a multi course Kaiseki dinner in our private dining room. It was one of the nicest meals I've ever had. I've heard from several sources that it is was one of the nicer royokans in terms of food. Everything was delicious, and nothing was "too weird" as to be off-putting for my children (ages 12 and 18). Much of the food is local sourced from small producers. The rice, tofu, rice wine, soy sauce, seaweed and so many more were all extremely special. They've been doing the local food thing for 20 years now, before it was so common. The great ingredients were expertly prepared. In addition to trying the local sake, they also have a French wine list with some very nice bottles. The service at dinner was discrete but efficient. One particularly nice thing was that our room attendant kept explaining what we needed to do, since much of it was un"
"We have just come from a stay in this lovely Inn. It is a very luxurious blend of traditional Japanese architecture / interiors with the all the comfort of a top hotel. We were greeted with warmth and graciousness by the staff, who were delightful and attentive throughout our stay. Our particular host, whose English was excellent, was so knowledgeable about the methods of food production and preparation and also explained the history of the region's pottery. The Kayotei Inn is renowned for its Japanese cuisine and they pride themselves on sourcing the food from exacting local artisan producers. So enjoy the feast (served In private dining areas overlooking a traditional Japanese garden)....all VERY atmospheric! We had a room with a private ensen overlooking the woodland. It was all beautiful designed and was a joy to experience. We had the pleasure of meeting the owner , he explained that creating a hotel in such a beautifully scenic area whilst incorporating the views into the design was very important to him. And he has succeeded - the views of the trees and valley are beautiful. He is also an excellent calligrapher! He designed the label on the sake bottles which are beautiful. We look forward to returning here soon! "
"After a really busy week in Kanzawa and on the Nodo Peninsula, we spent 2 nights here relaxing and savouring all the Kayotei had to offer. We were not disappointed! We spent the better part of a day walking the nearby river gorge (beautiful) and surrounding area, walking to the two century old cedar trees just outside of town and then ending back in the town for a wonderful late lunch at Yunamachi Enuma Bistro Station. The balcony of our room overlooked the garden and stream are behind the Kayotei - we spent 3 hours reading to the sound of running water. Couldn't have been more perfect! As we happened to be the only guests in the hotel for a couple of hours and in a room that didn't have a private outdoor bath, management suggested we take the opportunity to bathe together in the normally single sex-reserved onsen. Very thoughtful and a wonderful experience in a large oversized bath area! The room was beautifully comfortable meals and service were sensational, with local delicacies on the menu, including lobster and wagu beef on our second evening. Truly a special stay!"
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9




5/5
Perfect
6 Reviews
1-17-1 Yamanaka Onsen Higashi-cho, Kaga, Ishikawa, Japan
"Hanamurasaki ticks off most of the boxes when it comes to a top-tier luxury onsen ryokan. It's located in Yamanaka town (the best of the 3 in the Kaga area) near the famous Kakusensei footpath, it has polished and attentive service, and the food, especially during the Zuwai-gani (local Snow Crab) season, extraordinary food. The main drawback is that meals are not served in your own room, which is unlike some of the nicer ryokans like Gora Kadan (in Hakone.) We booked the top room at Hanamurasai - #101, the Comfort Suite Haru, which is 170 square meters of spaciousness. The living room is huge, with large couch and a dining table (which is strange, given they don't serve meals in the rooms.) The separate bedroom is on the small side, by comparison. Comfort Suite Haru has a bathroom, shower, a sauna and a private onsen bath. What it doesn't have is any views, nor is there a private garden (since it's on an upper floor, and I'm not sure if rooms on the ground floor have gardens in any case.) It's a very nice room to laze away, but I wouldn't consider it an idyllic experience. The highlight - and the main reason anyone would come here - is the food... especially the regional specialty during the Winter - Zuwai-gani (Snow Crab.) It blows away any other crab, and enjoyed it in a variety of ways, including sashimi style, which is the best. The crab was sweet and savory, with wonderfully firm texture. The breakfast spread is equally impressive. There was a LOT of food in both meals, but because it's light, non-oily and healthy, we never felt bloated afterwards. One issue regarding dinner - they have a crazy extensive menu (both in English and Japanese), and it's very difficult to decide what to have. To further complicate matters, many of the food items are not familiar to most people (including Japanese), so ordering seems a bit like a crapshoot. What puzzled us was the omission of Crab sashimi from the menu itself. Enjoying Zuwai-gani sashimi is one of the world's culinary delights, and most fine establishments offer it when in season. In Hanamurasaki's case, we had to speak directly to the food & beverage manager to request that they serve it. His reply - "I guess we can do that." I strongly suggest that they provide it as an integral part of the Winter dinner menu. The public (for the ryokan guests) onsen bath is open-air and very nice, and not unlike those found in other properties. It's definitely worth experiencing during one's stay, even if you have an onsen bath in your room. Hanamurasaki was hosted to a very high standard. All of the ryokan staff were gracious and unwavering in their desire to ensure a great stay at both Hanamurasaki as well as the local area. We had a great time here, but it wasn't perfect. If the private in-room onsen bath had a view (or at least was open-air), ordering dinner was not so complicated, Zuwai-gani sashimi was at least on the menu and meals were served in our suite, we would consider Hanamurasa"
"Although we only stayed one night, the onsen left a good impression as the surrounding area is pretty and the food was simply awesome. Our dinner and breakfast were breathtaking and the service was very good. The onsen bath itself was not one of those which I would classify as pretty or interesting but it was functional. The outdoor pool on the 7th floor was small especially the bathing area before one steps into the onsen which sat only 2 and during the morning it was impossible to bathe peacefully. The bath at the lower level had more seats but only has an indoor onsen. The onsen is next to a gorge and we took a nice walk by the gorge. The town was mostly closed on the rainy evening when we were there. "
"From the moment we checked in until we left, our stay was wonderful! We were welcomed by the warm and friendly staff and made to feel like we were the only ones there; of course we weren't but it was a good feeling. The onsen was amazing, and I was fortunate enough to have it all to myself for a good twenty minutes. The luxury toiletries and the tea setup in the room made our stay that extra special. If you have the chef's dinner, please note that some of the foods are definitely not for a Western palate but be adventurous!"
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10




4/5
Very Good
5 Reviews
31-24 Funatsu, Awara, Fukui, Japan
"In October 2005, we opened a large open-air hot springs resort, Sen-no-kobore-yu. It is one of the richest and the largest hot spring resorts in Hokuriku with various types of open-air hot spring baths. This hotel prides itself in Echizen food and it's on"
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