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The Four Best Ryokan in Hokkaido by JTB customer survey in 2015

Posted By on Dec 24, 2015


More than 6000 Ryokan and Hotels in Japan have contract with JTB and more than 9 million room will be sold to our customers.  Based on our customer survery we would like to share the 4 best Ryokans in Hokkaido Area


No. 1 Akan Tsuruga Besso Hinanoza

Overall point 92point (Service  92, Meal  90, Room 92, Onsen Bath  84)

Hotel’s 25 luxuriously appointed suites include their own Private open-air bath as well as traditional Japanese-style designs. No two are the same. Two communal baths featuring stone tubs are also located on the upper floors of the hotel.



No.2 The Lake View Toya

Overall Point 91 (Service 87, Meal 88, Room 90, Onsen Bath 90)

New in October 2012. All rooms have wonderful views of Lake Toyako, as well as access to an open-air bath with a great view of the lake as well. Experience the luxury of viewing a spectacular full sky of stars at night, all from the comfort of a nice warm open-air bath. Experience a lovely stay in a brand new onsen resort.



No.3 Bourou Noguchi Noboribetu

Overall Point 90 (Service 87, Meal 88, Room 93, Onsen Bath 89)

Noboribetsu has long been loved as having the best hot springs in Hokkaido.The design found throughout the facilities is a fusion of refined style and relaxing Japanese atmosphere.Every guest room is a suite, where the flavor of the season is served through imaginative yet traditional Japanese dishes.

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No.4  Yunogawa Prince Yanagi Tei Hotel

Overall Point 87 (Service 87, Meal 89, Room 80, Onsen Bath 88)

Situated in the famous Yunokawa onsen area, with 350 years of history, this Hakodate hotel has views of the Tsugaru Straits. With a total of 175 rooms, 115 of which have attached open-air baths, this hotel boasts the largest number of rooms with open-air baths in Japan. Just 15 minutes by car from Hakodate Station, the hotel serves delicious local cusine and has a large number of facilities including a massage room, a pool, karaoke booth, buffet rooms and a cafe.


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