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Hotakaso Yamanori is located in the center of the city only three minutes' walk from Takayama Station, and is di ectly opposite the Hida Kokubunji temple, which is a national treasure.
The hotel is located within a 15-minute convenient stroll from various sightseeing spots such as the old streets, the morning market, and Jinya (the historical government house).
For guests staying in rooms without an en suite bathroom, we have large public baths available for use anytime.

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¡Rooms 32 Japanese-style rooms (12 with en suite toilet & bath, 7 with toilet and 13 without toilet or bath)
¡Room facilities Air conditioner / TV / refrigerator / safe / telephone
¡Amenities Bath towel / face towel / toothbrush set / Japanese-style bathrobe / soap
¡Baths Large separate public baths for men and women, ceramic onsen "Nukutomarino yu"
¡Public facilities Banquet halls / massage room / rooms with Irori fireplace free parking lot (20 car capacity) / Wi-Fi at lobby
¡Pets No
¡Credit card payments JCB/Visa/UC/DC/UFJ/Debit cards accepted
¡Check-in and check-out times 03:00pm and 10:00am
¡Transportion 3 minute walk from JR Takayama Main Line, Takayama Station

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Japanese style Room with Beds

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Japanese Style Room with Futon


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We have separate large public baths for males and females. They are made of ceramic and are known as "Nukutomari no yu".
They have the great reputation for keeping your body warm after bathing.
This is one of the few large public bath facilities in Takayama where you can bathe 24 hours a day.

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dining
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For dinner, we offer an assortment of Deluxe Hida Beef Gozen.

For the main course, please select from our three available preparation methods of supreme grade Hida beef: Sukiyaki, Shabu Shabu or Sangayaki (grilled).
¦We also have a 'Deluxe Seafood Gozen'.

¡A wide selection of local Hida sake is also available.

¡Our breakfast consists of the popular local Hoba-miso-yaki specialty, which is meat and vegetables with miso paste grilled on a magnolia leaf.