TAKAHAN, Yuzawa
TAKAHAN, Yuzawa
TAKAHAN, Yuzawa
TAKAHAN, Yuzawa
TAKAHAN, Yuzawa
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Ryokan

TAKAHAN

Yuzawa

Review

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Dari 90 review
Review yang paling membantu
socosaja
14 Jan 2020
My stay at the Takahan Ryokan was wonderful thanks to the welcoming staff, classic room layout and view, and history of the property. I arrived at Gala Yuzawa Station a little before the official check-in time (3:00 pm) but was still picked up within five minutes after calling. The staff member on the phone spoke good English, as did the two staff members - both non-Japanese - who welcomed me at the hotel. Everyone was patient and went out of their way to help me and answer questions. One staff member led me up to my room on the fifth floor of the hotel, showing me the entrance to the baths from the hot spring presumably under the property and the room Kawabata Yasunari wrote "Snow Country" in, both on the first floor, along the way. I was really happy with the room, which was quite large by Japanese standards and had a great view. As another reviewer noted, the amenities in the room are dated, but I thought that just added to the charm. As a fan of Kawabata Yasunari, I really enjoyed the history of the place and the chance to look out on the town from the same vantage point he described in his novel. The comfortable seating - with tea set - on the room's balcony/veranda made this especially enjoyable to do. Overall, my stay at the Takahan was one of the most memorable and enjoyable I've had. Highly recommended.
Martin P
02 Mar 2019 - Pasangan
Authentic historic hotel situated between Echigo Yuzawa and GALA Yuzawa. Very friendly staff prepared to help out with information and pick you up after skiing. Just enough English to be of assistance but not too much English that it spoils the experience. Just get to Yuzawa on the bullet train, call them and they come and pick you up 5 minutes later. Fantastic onsen (and we've seen plenty) and just a very relaxed, traditional vibe about the whole place. Good breakfast buffet - lots of Japanese grilled mackerel and tofu - but bacon and some cornflakes if you need it. We didn't get the best snow in late February but the hotel was the ideal place to bundy off early, call the hotel pickup and head for the onsen
Gino P
05 Feb 2019 - Pasangan
Okay, I've now concluded I've been too loose in giving 5 Stars for hotel experiences in previous reviews, because 5 Stars then doesn't do this hotel justice! Japanese service and hospitality is always a strong point for us coming to Japan, but Takahan has taken it too another level. This is my third Ryokan over the years, and though these traditional hotels always give great service, again Takahan even exceeded those. The views are breathtaking, the rooms are what you would hope for from a Ryokan, the buffet breakfast better than anything else I've experienced in a dozen or so hotels in Japan, and just a quick shuttle run to the slopes. The onsens are not 'top of the line', but yuzawa has several onsens and these are a quick shuttle ride away. Hope to return!
mariepB5106UU
05 Feb 2019 - Pasangan
Takahan is a gorgeous historic hotel in Yuzawa snowfields. It has its own On sen and provides a really friendly service. The rooms are traditional but very roomy (for Japan) and the staff incredibly helpful. We had a lovely few days there.
230angusg
05 Mei 2018 - Wisata sendiri
One of the joys of travelling in Japan is staying in places that are allowed to age. Australian hotels are given the renewal treatment every 20 years at the most. Many ryokans are not there to be flashy, they are there to be relaxing. This old barn has all sorts of idiosyncratic features such as a fake traditional building features sitting inside the foyer of a 50s or 60s building next to an escalator. Fabulous. The room was large and the view terrific. Just lovely. The public bath is a ripper, also with a great view and a great cold plunge pool. It was lovely to eat the pre-ordered meal in the dining room and strike up conversations with other guests (in English and Japanese). The dinner was fine but not outstanding and you could easily walk into town if you don't feel like a kaiseki dinner. If you have a rail pass I recommend popping up from Tokyo for the night for a change of scene. It's so easy
Lokasi
Yuzawa 923
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Tentang Akomodasi

Waktu check-in & check-out
Waktu check-in:
3 PM
Waktu check-out:
10 AM
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Di mana alamat TAKAHAN?
TAKAHAN beralamat di Yuzawa 923
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di TAKAHAN?
Waktu untuk check-in di TAKAHAN adalah mulai dari pukul 3 PM dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul 10 am
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di TAKAHAN?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Wifi
  • Parkir
  • Restoran
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
  • Lift
Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Wifi
Parkir
Restoran
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Lift
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Karaoke
Akses ski-masuk/ski-keluar
Hewan Peliharaan
Hewan peliharaan tidak diperbolehkan
Hanya hewan penuntun yang diperbolehkan
Fasilitas Umum
Lift
Area merokok yang ditetapkan (denda berlaku)
Restoran
Perpustakaan
Ruang merokok khusus
Perapian di lobi
Surat kabar gratis di lobi
 

Review

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4.0
Dari 90 review
Kebersihan
4.0
Kamar
4.0
Lokasi
4.0
Layanan
4.0
Nilai
4.0
Pasangan
19
Keluarga
34
Wisata sendiri
8
Berlibur dengan teman
12
Bisnis
4
socosaja
14 Jan 2020 -
My stay at the Takahan Ryokan was wonderful thanks to the welcoming staff, classic room layout and view, and history of the property. I arrived at Gala Yuzawa Station a little before the official check-in time (3:00 pm) but was still picked up within five minutes after calling. The staff member on the phone spoke good English, as did the two staff members - both non-Japanese - who welcomed me at the hotel. Everyone was patient and went out of their way to help me and answer questions. One staff member led me up to my room on the fifth floor of the hotel, showing me the entrance to the baths from the hot spring presumably under the property and the room Kawabata Yasunari wrote "Snow Country" in, both on the first floor, along the way. I was really happy with the room, which was quite large by Japanese standards and had a great view. As another reviewer noted, the amenities in the room are dated, but I thought that just added to the charm. As a fan of Kawabata Yasunari, I really enjoyed the history of the place and the chance to look out on the town from the same vantage point he described in his novel. The comfortable seating - with tea set - on the room's balcony/veranda made this especially enjoyable to do. Overall, my stay at the Takahan was one of the most memorable and enjoyable I've had. Highly recommended.
Martin P
02 Mar 2019 - Pasangan
Authentic historic hotel situated between Echigo Yuzawa and GALA Yuzawa. Very friendly staff prepared to help out with information and pick you up after skiing. Just enough English to be of assistance but not too much English that it spoils the experience. Just get to Yuzawa on the bullet train, call them and they come and pick you up 5 minutes later. Fantastic onsen (and we've seen plenty) and just a very relaxed, traditional vibe about the whole place. Good breakfast buffet - lots of Japanese grilled mackerel and tofu - but bacon and some cornflakes if you need it. We didn't get the best snow in late February but the hotel was the ideal place to bundy off early, call the hotel pickup and head for the onsen
Gino P
05 Feb 2019 - Pasangan
Okay, I've now concluded I've been too loose in giving 5 Stars for hotel experiences in previous reviews, because 5 Stars then doesn't do this hotel justice! Japanese service and hospitality is always a strong point for us coming to Japan, but Takahan has taken it too another level. This is my third Ryokan over the years, and though these traditional hotels always give great service, again Takahan even exceeded those. The views are breathtaking, the rooms are what you would hope for from a Ryokan, the buffet breakfast better than anything else I've experienced in a dozen or so hotels in Japan, and just a quick shuttle run to the slopes. The onsens are not 'top of the line', but yuzawa has several onsens and these are a quick shuttle ride away. Hope to return!
mariepB5106UU
05 Feb 2019 - Pasangan
Takahan is a gorgeous historic hotel in Yuzawa snowfields. It has its own On sen and provides a really friendly service. The rooms are traditional but very roomy (for Japan) and the staff incredibly helpful. We had a lovely few days there.
230angusg
05 Mei 2018 - Wisata sendiri
One of the joys of travelling in Japan is staying in places that are allowed to age. Australian hotels are given the renewal treatment every 20 years at the most. Many ryokans are not there to be flashy, they are there to be relaxing. This old barn has all sorts of idiosyncratic features such as a fake traditional building features sitting inside the foyer of a 50s or 60s building next to an escalator. Fabulous. The room was large and the view terrific. Just lovely. The public bath is a ripper, also with a great view and a great cold plunge pool. It was lovely to eat the pre-ordered meal in the dining room and strike up conversations with other guests (in English and Japanese). The dinner was fine but not outstanding and you could easily walk into town if you don't feel like a kaiseki dinner. If you have a rail pass I recommend popping up from Tokyo for the night for a change of scene. It's so easy
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