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- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHidatei Hanaougi Takayama
Stayed two nights with our 4 children. The staff couldn't have been more helpful. Aya (sp?) was appointed to look after us, and from our welcome drinks, to dressing in us in our yakata (light weight cotton kimonos), to serving us our 11 course dinner, she was wonderful. The rooms (suite) was perfect - two rooms of tatami mats, and a bedroom with two single beds.
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After an early morning battle with a single mosquito that tried to eat Thomas, (resulting in Tom sharing my futon, and Steven sharing Matt's - not the most comfortable arrangements!), we got up, breakfasted and packed up our Tokyo townhouse. It's been great - so close to everything, so quiet, and as usual, I had thirty loads of washing so having a …
Vanmorgen om 11 uur ging de shuttle bus terug naar het station. Zes man/ vrouw personeel was opgesteld om ons al buigend uitgeleide te doen. Op het station pakten we de bus naar Takayama. De reis duurde twee en een half uur over stijle berg wegen. Prachtige natuur met in de verte besneeuwde bergen. Ravijnen, lange tunnels, alles wat je van een rit …
Today, we explored the beautiful mountain town of Takayama. We (Steven, Matt and I) snuck down for a quick onsen before breakfast. Again, the baths were deserted, and the "male" and "female" baths had swapped, as they have slightly different ambience. It feels so refreshing and cleansing - if it wasn't for the nakedness, I'd do this every single …
... walk in the forest but bear warning signs gave us 2nd thoughts so did not go too far, though the autumn colours were good and it was very peaceful. Other walkers had bells, so we figured the bear warning was serious and the signs looked recent.
We had coffe/tea/lemon cake at a lovely little cafe that used beautiful bone china cups. It was ran by a couple and they were jazz music fans with an old turntable and lots of old but ...
... shop, just a taster before dinner.
Dinner was a challenge as it was Friday night and we had no reservation. We wandered for ages and anything with a recommendation was booked out with waiting lists. We particularly wanted to try the famous HIDA beef, so kept walking until we hit the jackpot with a table available.
Rod went the whole hog, or should I say cow, and had the beef as well as miso soup, soft boiled egg, pickles and salad. I ...