- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Ochiairou Murakami Izu
Travel Blogs from Izu
... beautiful and varied hike from Tsumago to Nojiri. There is an alternative option with just 1 hour of walking instead. The trail travels through small valleys and past forests of bamboo and Japanese cedar, through some of the least-developed scenery on the tour. Continue by train to Kiso-Fukushima. Stay at a lovely hot spring ryokan set in a remote valley above the town (complimentary pick-up from the station is provided by the ryokan). The ...
... Park, which is a French-inspired garden with tea houses and a large craft house, where you can learn origami, glass-blowing, bead making and pottery. There were also some small shops showcasing the local artists-in-residence products. We decided not to embark on learning any new skills, but I think it would have been fun. After a warming herbal tea and biscuits, we headed back towards Hakone to see if we could see the lake through the clouds. We couldn't! However, we ...
8 km walk from walk Magemo to Tsumago.
The guide book and the tourist information centre told me that it would take 3hours to walk it.
However I only had 2, as I got up way to late to actually do this walk. What can I say i did it in 1 1/2 hours :)
Rock'n Roll!!!! found the coolest little coffee shop in Tsumago.
... pull out and make up futon beds for you. Then breakfast is served in the room as well. We were hoping that the food would justify the high price to stay there, and we weren't disappointed. The dinner consisted of about 20 little dishes, some hot, some cold. We had lots of fish dishes, Japanese pickles and many things we couldn't identify. The ...
... waling alone here with this smooth music! Finally we arrived at the hostel and already from the outside it’s overwhealming. To me it looks like a typical old japanese building with wooden architecture, so I was impressed. We entered and (of course) we had to take off our shoes while the receptionist welcomed us very friendly. He showed us the hostel and explained us everything; the K’s house is a 100 year old ryokan, a traditional japanese hotel with ...