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Fukuroda Onsen Omoide Romankan (Fukuroda Onsen Omoide Romankan)

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978 Fukuroda, Daigo-machi, Kuji-gun, Ibaraki, (Hitachi / Okukuji / Kita-IbarakiArea)

phone 0295723111

Review of Omoide Romankan

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Reviewed:2019/11/03 THe room a little old
The breakfast and dinner at the hotel are very rich! The room facing the stream, can see the beautiful sunrise in the morning! There are only two pools in the public bath without an sauna, and the...
Reviewed:2018/09/04 A nice property near Fukuroda Falls with a great riverside onsen
This property feels quite retro (the name could make a few Japanese chuckle, Western souvenirs hotel anyone ? :) but not old.

The rooms are quite standard for a ryokan (clean, large enough for 4...
Reviewed:2018/03/11 An elegant ryokan with great food and attentive service
Decided to stay a night at Omoide Romankan when we visited Fukuroda Waterfall. It was a beautiful experience with elegant food, great service and a charming onsen by the river. The outdoor bath with...

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Address
978 Fukuroda, Daigo-machi, Kuji-gun, Ibaraki,  [map]
Area
Hitachi / Okukuji / Kita-IbarakiArea
Phone
0295723111
Facility information
It is a Japanese style ryokan located near Fukuroda cascade which is one of the best three waterfalls in Japan and with the superb view of Okukuji mountains. Please try our Keiryu or mountain stream outdoor bath from its original spring. We serve Kaiseki Japanese cuisine prepared with local products of the season.

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