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NISHIYAMA RYOKAN

Osaka, Japan (OSA)

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Based on 329 reviews
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Japanese Room with Bath (8 tatami mats)

Japanese Room with Bath (8 tatami mats)

1 Twin Futon
Relax - In-room massage available
Entertainment - Free WiFi, LED TV
Food & Drink - Refrigerator and free bottled water
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, bathrobes, and free toiletries
Practical - Safe and phone
Comfort - Air conditioning
Non-Smoking
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NISHIYAMA RYOKAN
Gokomachi St.-Nijyo Sagaru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan 604-0933

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 30 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring refrigerators and LED televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and complimentary bottled water.

Amenities
Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.

Dining
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of NISHIYAMA RYOKAN.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include multilingual staff and luggage storage.

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Know Before You Go

  • Children 9 years old and younger stay free when occupying the parent or guardian's room, using existing bedding.
  • The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare requires all international visitors to submit their passport number and nationality when registering at any lodging facility (inns, hotels, motels, etc. ). Additionally, lodging proprietors are required to photocopy passports for all registering guests and keep the photocopy on file.

Fees

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Fee for cooked-to-order breakfast: JPY 2000 per person (approximately)

The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

AMENITIES:
  • Multilingual Staff
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 329 reviews
from Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Submitted on 01-16-2017
Rather than staying in a soulless hotel, you should definitely consider a ryokan for a proper Japanese experience. This one is mid priced and was fantastic. The room was perfect - nothing fancy but clean and well equipped. The hot baths were excellent - a great experience. We didn't have breakfast but did take part in the daily tea ceremony whilst wearing our kimonos - highly recommend doing this. Staff were super polite and helpful as you can expect in Japan, excellent service. Location was al... Read more
from Madeira
Submitted on 01-06-2017
I booked this ryokan based on excellent reviews, although it was more expensive than the others we booked in other cities. Hence my slight disappointment. Probably a poor command of English created some service issue on day 1. The onsen is also pretty basic with no cold bath and no amenities at all on the lockers room. On a positive note, futon and pillow are top class. Location is also good, walking distance (3mn) from/to the subway and to the shopping area (10 mn). Additional note, the doors... Read more
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Submitted on 11-21-2016
Slightly rude staff. Didnt allow me to leave my luggage througout the day. I asked to speak to the manager and was just laughed at. After asking numerous times to speak to the manager I was told I could leave my luggage till 6pm but no later then this. .very basic accomadation for the price, tiny shower which one cannot move in. Look elsewhere for authentic ryokan experience. Onsen is very small and shabby
from Ottawa, Canada
Submitted on 11-15-2016
Opted for a traditional Japanese style room for 3 nights. Ryokan is well maintained and in a good location. The staff go out of their way to accommodate guests and made your stay very enjoyable. There are daily activities (free) such as tea ceremonies and sake tastings in the lobby. The onsen is a bonus, especially after a long day of walking and sightseeing. Ryokan also offers complimentary use of the washer/dryer. Staff are very hlepful in providing guidance and advice on where to go and what ... Read more
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 11-13-2016
This is a nice little ryokan in good location, only a walk away from the subway and a couple popular sights. They have Japanese style rooms and western style rooms. We opted for the Japanese room for two. It was rather small (not necessarily a problem) and could have used a bit of updating. The futon beds were really comfortable and every day you get bottled water and tea. There is also a public bath here which was AWESOME and relaxing. There's also a small garden and free events in the lobby ra... Read more
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Submitted on 11-03-2016
This is a typical Japanese Guest house, so, if you are in Kyoto and want to experience living like a true Japanese this is a right place! You will sleep on tatami and wear traditional clothes provided in the Guest house. Every morning there is a tea ceremony and you can participate! I think this is a place not to miss! Very lovely!
from Mexico City
Submitted on 10-03-2016
This is a wonderful ryokan, the service is just amazing and above (wonderful) Japan service culture. All staff goes to great lengths to be sure I was happy, comfortable, helped and super relaxed. The onsen is amazing and having at least a night in the traditional futon bed is a must :-)
from Orbassano, Piedmont, Italy
Submitted on 09-29-2016
We spent only one night here in the Ryokan and it was fine , I ve to say that for me is a little bit to expensive considering what they re offering. I mean , the bedroom was fine , the staff is very kind and speak english , the tradition Japanese breakfast huge and tasty and the tea cerimony in the morning very interesting , but 300 Euros is the same price ( even more ) of the cost of a 5 star hotel in Tokyo... so , all is fine , but I think 200 Euros should be a good price for this experience.
from Dublin
Submitted on 09-18-2016
We wanted an authentic Japanese accommodation experience while still having a little western comfort and this guest house exceeded our expectations. The wonderful couple who own the Ryokan invite guests to a tea ceremony which is very pleasant. There is a small onsen downstairs that is the perfect way to end a busy day of sightseeing. The rooms are spacious, comfortable and clean. The staff are friendly and helpful with generally good English. The location is very near to Kyotoshiyakusho-Mae sub... Read more
from Davison, Michigan
Submitted on 09-11-2016
Loved everything about this Ryokan except they have a policy that you are locked in the Ryokan at midnight. For me I didn't like it since back home it's 11am in the morning and I need to walk around. Would recommend if you don't mind being locked in or locked out if you are not back by midnight.
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