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Très bien situé à Nagano, le Manpukuan Eisyouji Ryokan est une excellente adresse pour se lancer à la découverte de cette ville dynamique. De là, les clients peuvent facilement se déplacer et profiter de tous les avantages offerts par cette ville dynamique. Grâce à son excellente situation, l'établissement permet de se rendre facilement sur les sites incontournables de la ville.
Le Manpukuan Eisyouji Ryokan offre un service impeccable et tous les équipements nécessaires au bien-être des voyageurs fourbus. L'établissement donne accès à un vaste éventail de services, dont parking, restaurant, service de navette, pour n'en citer que quelques-uns.
Toutes les chambres ont été conçues pour le plus grand confort des hôtes. La plupart d'entre elles disposent même d'une gamme d'équipements tels que chambres non-fumeurs, chauffage, ventilateur, salle de bains commune, peignoirs, et bien plus encore, qui satisferont les clients les plus exigeants. Les jardin de l'établissement sont absolument parfaits pour se détendre après une longue journée. Le Manpukuan Eisyouji Ryokan est le lieu de séjour idéal pour les voyageurs qui recherchent charme, élégance et confort à Nagano.
Enfants et lits supplémentaires
L'âge minimum des hôtes est : 0 ans.
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Jeunes enfants de 0 à 1 an(s) [inclus]
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Les berceaux ou lits pour bébé doivent être réclamés directement auprès de l'établissement.
Enfants de 2 à 3 ans
Utilisation d'un lit supplémentaire nécessaire
Des lits supplémentaires peuvent directement être demandés à l'établissement. Un supplément peut s'appliquer
À partir de 4 ans, les hôtes sont considérés comme des adultes.
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Les lits supplémentaires dépendent de la chambre que vous choisissez. Pour plus de détails, veuillez contacter l'établissement.
Manpukuan Eisyouji Ryokan
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Les propriétaires sont aux petits soins, dîner et déj extra adaptés à notre gastronomie, situé dans un temple, endroit calme, le meilleur de ce que nous avons fait au Japon. Chambre traditionnelle. Rue principale du village à 2' à pieds.
Excellent accueil par la famille, repas maison très bon et très copieux. Nous étions les seuls voyageurs et avons profité du calme du temple. Je recommande entièrement, en précisant toutefois qu’il y fait très froid en hiver et que, malgré le chauffage, les nuits sont rudes...
Séjour agréable dans un lieu calme et avec un joli jardin. Petites randonnées autour très sympathiques.
Propriétaires tres sympa
This was by far our favourite experience in Japan. The Ryokan is absolutely stunning. We were the only two people staying at the time, which probably helped, but it was so peaceful and beautiful. We also got engaged along the Nakasendo trail, which adds to the fond memories, but it was like living in a dream, waking up and looking out onto the garden slowly being illuminated by the dawn sunshine. The lady that runs it was also wonderful. She was very accommodating around when we wanted dinner and breakfast, both of which were delicious, and she was so sweet when we told her we were engaged (she was actually the first person we told because of the time difference with the UK! Haha!), and brought us a lovely little souvenir gift. Such kind, thoughtful service. We will 100% be coming back here in the future to enjoy the peace and serenity again. And to relive our happy memories.
very hyper and friendly host! made the stay really homely. both dinner and breakfast were good. really nice of them to offer us a ride back to the train station especially since the buses are not very frequent. a slight distance further but definitely worth it!
Kindest host and a lovely experience.”
This was the best Ryokan we stayed in during our entire trip. While it isn't the most flash, it is by far the most wholesome and memorable. The host is so lovely and makes you feel like a part of the family. The meals she cooked were phenomenal and it was hard to leave. I highly recommend this Ryokan!
We were here middle of Jan at the start of our holiday for 2 nights. Reviewing after the finish of our holiday so we had other places to compare too. Turned out this was probably the best place we stayed. Had the whole place to ourselves, kids had their own room. Beautiful garden, lots of history, traditional building, nice hot bath. Brilliant food and great host who spoke very good english. It was definitely cold but once the heaters got going it was snug and plenty of bedding. They kindly took us to the train station when we checked out. For sure it was one of the highlights of our holiday.
Amazing view from the room, host was very friendly and the husband dropped us at Nakatsugawa station the next morning. Dinner and breakfast prepared by the host was awesome ! Be prepared to walk up the steep slope , room is a bit too cold during winter as kerosene heater was not sufficient to keep the whole room warm.
A gorgeous location with lovely hosts”
Indeed, this was more like a home stay than a hotel stay, which made it all the more beautiful for me. Getting to the location was a touch tricky because I had a luggage bag with me. Try to travel light and you shouldn't face much problem getting here. And make sure you take the train, not the highway bus because walking from the highway bus is an uphill climb (literally). The hosts were super awesome, especially when I fell very ill with a cold during my second day there. The very lovely female host went out of her way to make me feel comfortable with medicine and porridge, and I'm just so so grateful that she went the extra mile for me. The room is a traditional tatami room that face the most wonderful little inner garden, complete with a pond, perfect for if you want to clear your mind (seriously) They also have an adorable dog that's just the cutest darn thing. You 100% won't regret staying here, just keep in mind that this is someone's home, not a hotel of any kind.
Where else can you sleep in an old temple?”
A great stay in Magome. This ryokan was very atmospheric and part of an old temple. Clean and cozy. The lady who took care of us was very sweet and she prepared us great dinner and breakfast. Wonderful start of our Japanese trip!
Lovely ryokan experience”
We had a wonderful stay here as it was our first ryokan experience. The staff were lovely and couldn't do enough for us, the inclusive meals excellent, the room facilities clean and we'll appointed. The spirituality added a serene dimension being attached to a temple. Unfortunately could only stay one night as the ryokan was closed on our other preferred day. Great location for walking Nakasendo trail to Tsumago.
Wonderful stay in a unique temple ryokan”
Staying at the Manpukuan Eisyouji Ryokan is a truly unique Japanese experience. A ryokan is a traditional Japanese-inn and this one also forms the Eisyouji temple. I stayed one night, having visited Magome on the first day and hiked to Tsumago on the second. The host speaks a little English, just enough to get by, however she's incredibly friendly and cooked a delicious evening meal and breakfast! The ryokan is easy to find (just off the main street leading through Magome) and has a traditional Japanese design (sliding doors, rock garden, etc.). If you're planning a visit to Magome I highly recommend spending a night there as it will definitely enhance the experience.
Stunning property, wonderful staff”
The most stunning property - waking up in a 16th century temple is quite magical. The gardens are beautiful. Run by a lovely couple who went the extra mile with gifts and taking us to the station. Wonderful and healthy home cooked meals. Facilities were basic due to the nature of the accommodation - tatami single beds and shared bathroom but not a problem for us. Was a little chilly at night but I had a steaming hot bath waiting for me every evening and heaters in each room. Magome itself is gorgeous and our stay here completed it. Perfect location if you are doing the hike to Tsumago. Highly recommend.
We loved our stay at this temple. We were the only guests and were served dinner and breakfast. The room was large, with a view of the garden through lower windows on the screen or if you open the screen. It was so quiet and peaceful. The owner was so lovely and kind. I highly recommend this place, especially before hiking to Tsumago.
Highlight of our journey”
I don't no where to start... our stay was something like we always wished Japan would be. We are backpacking through Japan and our stay at this place was almost by accident. we intend to walk the nakasendo trail between Magome and Tsumago. So we realised, that we would have to stay in Magome to start the trail early. the ryokan is located in a most idyllic temple with a wonderful japanese garden. our room was quiet and had a direct view to the garden. the owner of the ryokan was one of the nicest host we've ever had. the dinner and the breakfast were delicious. of course, the sanitary installations are outdated but absolutely ok for hikers and backpackers! overall, we loved it!
How often do you sleep in a temple?”
This was easily the best place we stayed at during our three-week journey through Japan. Its not because of the room itself, which might not be very fancy (but clean and comfy). Nor because of the bathroom and toilets, which could perhaps use a small upgrade. But the atmosphere of this ryokan is amazing, as is the hostess and the food! The ryokan is located in an old temple (one of the sights in Magome), surrounded by the graveyard. Inside the ryokan, there's a beautiful little garden. It has an extremely relaxed feel to it. The best part is the hostess, who is very friendly and will do everything to make your stay comfortable. Her son even gave us a ride to Nakatsugawa when we left so that we did not have to take the bus...! The food that is being served is amazing, we stayed for three nights and were served very diverse courses every night. Such a treat! By the way, we also brought along our 1.5 year old, and it was no problem at all. Highly recommended place to stay!
Beautiful place to stay”
Beautiful property attached to an old temple. Wonderful hosts who prepare a tasty dinner and breakfast. Memorable stay.
Wonderful place, beautiful garden, great hospitality ”
When we saw the Japanese garden (which we saw from our Nice tatami room), we were amazed by it's beauty, feeling immediately at home and peaceful. A lovely host and beautiful surroundings. Highlight of our stay in Japan so far! We would defenitely recommand this place!
Nice stay with very personal host”
Perfectly located for the "hike" (it is rather a walk). Run by a very nice host who cooks western style cuisine. No WiFi. If it gets cold there are heaters. They are a little noisy. But the place you sleep is quite something. Very old and charming. I would defenetly recommend.