Yousenkaku Iwamatsu Ryokan

Yousenkaku Iwamatsu Ryokan Reviews

Yousenkaku Iwamatsu Ryokan

16, SAKUNAMIMOTOKI, Sendai, JapanView Hotel Details
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Yousenkaku Iwamatsu Ryokan Guest Reviews

4.3/5
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Location4.3
Amenities4.3
Service4.3
Cleanliness4.3
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Guest User
Checked in Jun 2023
Solo travelers
0 Reviews
5.0/5
Outstanding
Posted on Jun 5, 2023
It's a wonderful hot spring. There are many springs, and the open-air baths are completely free-flowing with no circulation. The open-air baths are mixed-gender, but there are designated times for women only. I think mixed-gender hot springs are a part of traditional Japanese culture, but there are only a few left, which makes it difficult for women to enter. In addition to the mixed-gender open-air baths, there is a women's only bathroom and very large indoor baths separated by gender.
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Guest User
Checked in May 2023
Other
0 Reviews
4.0/5
Very Good
Posted on May 10, 2023
The rock bath along the mountain stream is very a**ospheric. The indoor bath is spacious, and the hot spring is wonderful. The building itself is old, but the corridors have been renovated. The buffet has a small number of dishes, but each dish seems to be carefully prepared. There was a bed in the room. It was a bit strange to see the bed casually placed on the tatami mats. I think it would have been better if there was a sauna. It was May, so the fresh greenery along the mountain stream was very refreshing.
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Guest User
Checked in Dec 2022
Couples
0 Reviews
4.0/5
Very Good
Posted on Dec 9, 2022
The lobby and other areas are luxurious, reminiscent of a former high-class inn, and the hotel is a large, long-established inn with a gallery, kids' corner, hot springs, and a panel display of Nikka's history. I stayed in room 603 along the road. The Japanese-Western style room had a bed crammed into a 4.5 tatami mat room, and the amenities were average. The most troublesome thing was changing shoes to use the toilet. The open-air bath with natural hot spring water along the mountain stream was as wonderful as the reviews said, and I was very satisfied to be able to enjoy it in a private setting. The breakfast and dinner buffet meals were quite reasonable considering the price, and it was nice to see the local flavor of not only Miyagi but the whole of Tohoku.
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Guest User
Checked in Oct 2022
Other
0 Reviews
3.0/5
Posted on Oct 31, 2022
The open-air bath in the valley was so wonderful that it reminded me of the good old days. This hot spring is basically mixed bathing, but there are designated times for women only and men only, so you can enjoy this wonderful open-air bath. There is also a women-only open-air bath nearby. The indoor bath is also spacious, so even those who don't like open-air baths will be able to enjoy the hot spring. Despite having this wonderful hot spring, the accommodation fee was very reasonable. The building was impressive, the rooms were spacious and comfortable. The only disappoin**ent was the dinner. If the food could be improved even if the accommodation fee was a little more, I would like to go back to this hot spring inn.
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Guest User
Checked in Aug 2022
Family
0 Reviews
3.0/5
Posted on Aug 22, 2022
You take the elevator to the lowest floor, then go all the way down the stairs to the open-air bath along the river, which was quite nice. After the bath, you're sweating again and it's a pain to have to climb back up, and the large bath with the washing area is on the floor above, which was inconvenient. Furthermore, the open-air bath on the lowest floor is basically mixed-gender, and there are times when it is only for women. The regular large bath is about what you'd expect. The buffet is in line with the price of the inn. Overall it was neither good nor bad.
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Guest User
Checked in May 2022
Couples
0 Reviews
5.0/5
Outstanding
Posted on May 10, 2022
Sakunami Onsen Kaiyu no Yado. I used the natural rock bath for a day trip. The bath fee is quite expensive at 1,870 yen, but it's worth it. There are four rock baths with different sources lined up along the river, and the a**osphere and the quality of the hot springs are simply wonderful.
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Guest User
Checked in Dec 2021
Couples
0 Reviews
5.0/5
Outstanding
Posted on Dec 19, 2021
I wanted to visit Sakunami Onsen, a hot spring that springs at your feet. It has four different springs, four baths, all of which spring at your feet, and an open-air bath with a spectacular view along the river, making it an incredibly luxurious situation. There is a rock bath at a place where you have to go up and down more than 80 steps, but the steps are wide and have a very nice a**osphere, so you don't usually feel it. Of course, there is a roof that continues from the inn, so you won't get rained on or snowed in, but it is very cold. There is also a women's only bath halfway up the stairs, and it seems that you can also enjoy a wonderful view here, but unfortunately it is completely women's only and men cannot use it. Now, as for this rock bath, if you look at the ingredients list, the temperature and spring quality are almost the same everywhere. Perhaps because of the ingredients, your skin won't feel smooth after you get out of the bath, but you will feel very warm after you get out of the bath. Because it is an open-air bath, you can cool off in the outside air and then get back in again, so you will want to take a long bath. On the other hand, the large indoor bath boasts a volume of water that is enough to fill the entire area with the source water, but it seems that some of the water is also recycled to remove hair. Many hot spring inns have an entrance leading to an open-air bath, but this one does not, so you cannot get exposed to the outside air and it is not suitable for long baths. They do not use chlorine or add water, but I still feel that a completely free-flowing rock bath is more effective. (There are also many a**ospheric elements?) The room was separate from the bedroom, and the futon was laid out from the beginning, so there was no staff coming in and out during the stay and it was stress-free. The food on our plan was a buffet for both dinner and breakfast, so maybe there were a few cold dishes? Since it is in Tohoku, there were many salty dishes that could be eaten with rice. It was a large hot spring inn with a lot of guests, but for some reason there were not many people using the rock bath after meals, so I was alone and took some photos. Considering this miraculous rock bath and the a**osphere of the room, I think it is a very cost-effective hot spring inn.
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Guest User
Checked in Jun 2021
Friends
0 Reviews
4.0/5
Very Good
Posted on Jun 26, 2021
The rock bath and the food were great. There is an open-air rock bath on the second basement floor, and various other baths. Dinner was not a buffet, but rather each dish was brought to the table. The Yamagata potato soup and sukiyaki were delicious. Breakfast was a buffet. There was a wide selection of souvenirs at the shop, which was very useful. I used the shuttle from Sakunami Station, and it only took 5 minutes to get there.
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