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Have you ever stayed in a Japanese ryokan?

 
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Karinja



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PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 6:49 am    Post subject: Have you ever stayed in a Japanese ryokan? Reply with quote

Hi, I just came across this article on where to stay in Kyoto, which shows pictures of several ryokan accommodations: https://journeycompass.com/where-to-stay-in-kyoto-and-the-best-ryokan/

Those pictures piqued my interest, and I wonder:

Is the experience of staying in a ryokan worth the price tag? I ask because I notice they are quite a bit more expensive on average compared to regular hotels.

They do like quite nice though, and I wonder what the experience is like compared to hotels.

Have you ever stayed in one? If yes, would you recommend staying in one?

Before planning my trip to Japan I had never heard about ryokans as accommodation, though I remember their interior styles from the movies Smile

Thanks for any help in advance.


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