Local Train Station: Gero Onsen station From Osaka/Tokyo: From Tokyo: Take a JR express train to Nagoya. Transfer to a express train called Wideview to Gero Onsen. From Osaka: Take a JR train, Wideview to Gero Onsen directly. Travel Time: From Tokyo: 1hr 45min between Tokyo and Nagoya. 1hr and 45min between Nagoya and Gero Onsen. From Osaka: 3hr and 30 min between Osaka and Gero Onsen.
16 rooms, including four cabins with outdoor bathtub attached and one sweet room.
Price: Starting from 12,000 yen without meals and 16,000 with meals (dinner nad breakfast). Days Closed: No Day Visit Option: No Credit Cards: Yes
Onsen Specifics: Two indoor bathing rooms (one for woman and one for man). Two small outdoor bathting locations (free) to share with all guests and three outdoor bathing loations for only reservation (fee).
This is a slick and sophisticate ryokan. You get enough Japanese taste and yet you can sleep in the bed. Siting in the comfortable chair in a cafť, you can enjoy Japanese garden. It is twisted revise version of Taisho-roman period interior design with hot springs.
Ryokan is located in the quiet part of Gero Onsen. There is small pottery gallery in the ryokan to enjoy.
Gero Onsen has been known as a medicinal spa since the 10th century. Today, it is said the one of the three best hot springs in Japan, along with Kusatsu Onsen and Arima Onsen. It°«s renowned for the healing powers of rheumatic ailments.
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