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Kaiyu Notonosho (ねぶた温泉 海游 能登の庄)


Nebutaonsen, Onomachi Noto Ishikawa (Wajima / Noto / WakuraArea)

Review of Noto no Sho

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Reviewed:2019/10/14 Our first Ryokan
Hard to compare as this is the first Ryokan that we have stayed. But, here is our experience so far. The greeting is over the top as everyone is in the driveway yearning to do something for you. I...
Reviewed:2019/06/10 Tip of Noto
Beautiful ryokan, just across the road from the sea. Our room and private bath had a sea view, but across a rather busy street. It was quiet at night, but the view was marred by the road.

Food was...
Reviewed:2018/10/14 Warm reception in a lovely ryokan
The ryokan is lovely with extremely warm and gracious staff. You have the opportunity to choose your own yucata for the night from the hotels selection. The food was carefully prepared and served...

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Nebutaonsen, Onomachi Noto Ishikawa [map]
Wajima / Noto / WakuraArea
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Kaiyu Notonosho is conveniently located in the popular Wajima area. The hotel has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at the Kaiyu Notonosho. Television LCD/plasma screen, clothes rack, mirror, towels, closet can be found in selected guestrooms. Access to the hotel’s sauna, hot spring bath, massage, karaoke will further enhance your satisfying stay. For reliable service and professional staff, Kaiyu Notonosho caters to your needs.
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          Ishikawa Areas


          Long, thin Ishikawa prefecture runs along the Sea of Japan up into Noto Peninsula. Highlights of the seaside towns lining the west coast include Kanazawa, often described as a "Little Kyoto" thanks to its old wooden tea houses and geisha culture as well as its picturesque Japanese garden, Kenroku-en.