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Learn more about how to stay at a ryokan: 🤍 Ryokan are more than just a place to sleep, they are also a unique opportunity to experience the traditional Japanese lifestyle and hospitality, incorporating elements such as tatami floors, futon beds, Japanese style baths and local cuisine. In this video we will show you everything you need to know to fully enjoy your stay at a ryokan. Timeline: 0:00 Introduction 1:16 Reservation 1:57 Arrival 3:38 Your room 5:32 Things to do 7:40 Meals 9:03 Check out 9:37 Outro - Video Credits - Narrator: Raina Ong Videographer: Charles Sabas Producer: Stefan Schauwecker
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A Traditional Japanese Inn stay can be the highlight of any trip to Japan, and this comprehensive tour of 13 hot spring towns will give you a complete picture of what to expect during a stay. From the tatami room to the kitchen and dining room, this is the story of the Ryokan. After 20 years living in Japan, a Ryokan stay is the most authentic experience one can have traveling the country and Fukushima, Japan's third largest prefecture, is famous for that countryside charm and service found around its mountains. It's only a 75 minute Shinkansen train ride from Tokyo making it an ideal getaway from more crowded spots like Nikko and Hakone. In this video, you will see exactly what you will get from start to finish. As Japan moves closer to the 2020 Olympics, services are catering more to international visitors and these hotels featured are all accommodating and friendly places, staff learning English to communicate with people from around the world. ▶︎ What is Kaiseki Ryori / Cuisine? It's a traditional Japanese dinner with many courses including a starter, soup, side items, main course and dessert. ★ Sashimi / Sushi ★ Sukiyaki ★ Yakiniku ★ Tempura ★ Miso Soup It's all here, and it's all prepared with local ingredients of the season, always freshly made in the kitchen. ▶︎ How much is a night at a Ryokan / Traditional Japanese Inn? It is usually charged by the person instead of the room because it includes 2 meals, dinner and breakfast. On average, I have spent between 12,000 yen ($100) to 22,000 ($180) per person for a night and here is why it is worth it. Of all the experiences you will have in Japan, this will be the one you remember the most, dressing in a cotton kimono (yukata) to walk down to dinner, bathing outdoors in a hot spring in the snow, extraordinary Japanese service, amazingly beautiful meals ... you're paying for an experience not just a stay. Check out the special Onsen Hot Spring Bath Guide here 🤍 Here are the 13 places featured in this series: ☆ Sahako no yu public bath house 🤍 ☆ Shintsuta 🤍 ☆ Hana no yu 🤍 ☆ Urabandai Grandeco Tokyu Hotel 🤍 ☆ Yamagataya Ryokan 🤍 ☆ Kawachi Ryokan 🤍 ☆ Hanakanzashi 🤍 ☆ Tamago yu 🤍 ☆ Hotel Sansuiso 🤍 ☆ Sabakoyu 🤍 ☆ Ryokan Harataki 🤍 ☆ Ookawaso 🤍 ☆ Toryukan 🤍 ☆ Iwaburo 🤍 Music Credit: Backed Vibes Clean - Rollin at 5 by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Sideways Samba by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (🤍 Artist: 🤍 All business inquiries :agency🤍wao-corp.com We at WAO-RYU! ONLY in JAPAN will continue to introduce the amazing Japanese food and tradition through the eyes of foreigners in high-quality documentaries. Many great things about Japan, which even Japanese people didn't know are introduced Thank you very much for your continuous support! WAO-RYU! ONLY in JAPANでは外国人の視点でアメイジングな日本の歴史や食べ物などをハイクオリティーなドキュメンタリーで紹介し、 日本も知らない日本の魅力を伝えていきます。 みなさまの応援よろしくお願いします。 【ビジネス関連のお問い合わせは agency🤍wao-corp.comへ】
Japan is famous for it's ryokan's (traditional Japanese inn and hot springs). A large part of that is the omotenashi, or the hospitality, that you receive. We go to Northern Ibaraki to visit Toshimaya Tsukihama No Yu, a family-owned ryokan that's been in operation for 113 years and is being passed on to the sixth generation. SUBTITLES! The regular "English" only translates the Japanese portions and some hard to hear English. I'll try and work on an "English UK" version that has captions for all decipherable audio. Thanks to Ibaraki TV who invited us and sponsored our visit. To learn more about Ibaraki, please visit: Kanko Ibaraki 🤍 Ibakira TV 🤍 Toshimaya Tsukihama No Yu 🤍 Sources - B.C. Pool Guideline 🤍 - Japanese Onsen Law 🤍 - Hot tub By oksmaria, CC BY 3.0, 🤍 Website Post → 🤍 Video Gear I Use 📷 Camera: 🤍 📷 Drone: 🤍 📷 Wide Lens: 🤍 📷 Prime Lens: 🤍 🎤 Microphone: 🤍 📺 Monitor: 🤍 📷 All the rest: 🤍 Connect 🗲Patreon: 🤍 🗲Life Where I'm From X Channel: 🤍 🗲Website: 🤍 🗲Facebook: 🤍 🗲Instagram: 🤍 🗲Twitter: 🤍 Music by Epidemic Sound 🤍
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Staying at a Japanese Inn (Ryokan) and relaxing in a hot spring (Onsen) are two of the greatest experiences you can enjoy in Japan. The third is eating Wagyu Beef. So let’s see all three in one video! Kajikaso Ryokan - Japanese Inn ►(Japanese) 🤍 ►(English) 🤍 Kongokaku - Yonezawa Beef Restaurant ►(English) 🤍 - Daily photos, stories and awesome stuff! ►🤍 ►🤍 ►🤍 -
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Guntu is a cross between a traditional ryokan and luxury yacht, offering guests the chance to unwind amid the ever-changing landscape of the Seto Inland Sea, as this video (filmed before the pandemic) shows. With only 19 cabins and suites, and a maximum capacity of 38 guests, it's a luxurious getaway that's sweet respite from the hustle and bustle of city life. Subscribe to our channel here: 🤍 Subscribe to our news service on Telegram: 🤍 Follow us: CNA: 🤍 CNA Lifestyle: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
Ginzan Onsen Hot Spring Village in winter - with the snow falling - may be the most magical sight in Japan, especially at night. It has become one of Japan's most popular hot springs and the Ryokan, Traditional Japanese Inns lining the Ginzan River are all top notch accommodations with Kaiseki dinner course and breakfast. WIth the snow falling, we'll first stay at Kozankaku's riverside room, visit the nearby Shirogane-yu public bath. We'll end with 2 nights at Notoya Ryokan, welcoming guests since it opened in 1925. It looks like a scene from a Ghibli-film after dark. HISTORY of Ginzan Onsen ♨️ Ginzan was originally a silver mine in the 16th century until the silver was mined out. It changed to a hot spring town in the 17th century, hidden in the mountains, a long one-day walk from Obanazawa. In 1913, a flood destroyed the town but with local investment, they quickly rebuilt into the village we know today. It has maintained it's Taisho era feel with gas lamps and old wooden architecture, foot bridges crossing all along the Ginzan River. Where we stayed / visited: ▶︎ Kozankaku Ryokan 古山閣 旅館 ♨️ (Feb 2022) 🤍 MAP: 🤍 ▶︎ Notoya Ryokan 能登屋旅館 ♨️ (Jan 2020) 🤍 MAP: 🤍 ▶︎ Shirogane-yu Public Bath 銀山温泉 共同浴場 しろがね湯 ♨️ MAP: 🤍 ▶︎ Izu Kokeshi Workshop 伊豆こけし工房・工芸館: 🤍 MAP: 🤍 ▶︎ Ginzan Onsen Tourist Information Center: 🤍 00:00 Start 01:22 Kozankaku Ryokan 02:00 Ginzan Onsen at Night 02:33 Shirogane-yu Public Bath 03:47 Konzankaku Bath & Dinner 04:53 Where is Ginzan Onsen? 05:20 History of Ginzan Onsen 07:34 Notoya Ryokan Stay 10:50 Notoya Kaiseki Dinner 13:07 Japanese Breakfast 14:30 Kote-e Art 14:54 Kokeshi Factory 17:18 Ginzan Foot Bath How to get to Ginzan Onsen: Catch the JR Akita Shinkansen from Tokyo Station or Ueno Station to Oishida Station. If you are staying at a ryokan, they will have a bus to pick you up. If driving, most ryokan have parking lots 50-100 meters from the tourism office at the village entrance. ★ The ONLY in JAPAN Animated Opening was created for John by D'ART Shtajio 🤍 ◉ Media Inquiries & Questions: Please contact me through 🤍 ONLY in JAPAN ® is a registered trademark - All rights reserved. John Daub has been a reporter for NHK World TV since 2008 and YouTube creator & producer of the ONLY in JAPAN ® series building a community of over 1.6M. Thanks for watching! #onlyinjapan #GinzanOnsen #銀山温泉
This video is about my experience staying at a traditional Japanese inn with a private bath(onsen) at Nasushiobara in Tochigi Prefecture. 📍Shofuro Matsuya, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture 🤍
Today, I went on a day trip to visit the Famous Winter Village of Ginzan Onsen. Fee: ¥26,520 (bus + Train round trip) Route: Tokyo - Oishida station - Ginzan Onsen - Oishida station - Tokyo Ride: Yamagata Shinkansen + Bus Seat: Non-Reserved seats Experience: Cold feet = Happy feet JR Pass 🤍 Ginzan Timeline 🤍 0:00 Intro 1:19 to Ginzan Onsen 1 2:53 to Ginzan Onsen 2 5:02 Ginzan Onsen Tour 7:11 Meal 1 8:43 Foot Bath 11:17 Meal 2 13:31 Ginzan Hidden Gem 17:37 Meal 3 19:43 Ginzan Nightscape 21:01 back to Tokyo 21:30 Thanks for watching!
Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a $50 Ryokan and a $500 Ryokan experience in Hakone, Japan? The difference is quite significant ranging from amenities like a private onsen, your own nakai (Japanese maid), a Japanese kaiseki lunch & dinner and even a private pickup and drop off van. First off you may wonder, what is a ryokan? A ryokan is a type of traditional Japanese inn that typically feature tatami-matted rooms, communal baths, and other public areas where visitors may wear yukata and talk with the owner. Tip: Buy the Hakone Freepass to enjoy attractions cheap and free transportation on boats, buses, rope-ways and cable cars! ONLY $53 USD 🤍 It had been my dream for over a decade to stay at a traditional Japanese ryokan in Hakone. So, I was extremely pumped to jump into my traditional Japanese robe the minute I walked into the agari-kamachi (or entrance room). The ryokan did include being served by a nakai, a Japanese house maid who serves you green tea, dinner, breakfast and makes the futons ready for sleeping (Japanese sleeping quilts) The best thing about staying at a luxurious ryokan is the kaiseki dinner which is a traditional Japanese multi-course dinner with a wide variety of Japanese dishes consisting primarily out of vegetables with fish and meat all served on tiny dishes and in bit sizes. During the kaiseki dinner you sit on zaisu which are legless chairs which can be uncomfortable to sit on for non-Japanese people. The luxurious ryokan did include a fancy onsen (Japanese hot spring) on the rooftop which is one of the most relaxing experiences you can have in Japan. To do a proper comparison I stayed a cheap $50 hotel as well. Gaku Guesthouse offers a Japanese style room with sleeping futons, clean amenities including a laundry machine and a fancy Japanese bidet toilet but also a brand-new billiards table in the garage. Gaku Guesthouse is a great place to meet other travelers as well. I was surprised how quiet it was in the Japanese mountains compared to the inner city of Tokyo. Make sure to stay at least 1 night at a luxurious ryokan in Hakone to complete your journey to Japan. You'll have incredible stories to share with your friends and family. My complete Japan 2019 episodes playlist! 🤍 Support my channel and become a subscriber! Click Here To Subscribe! ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍
Get 10% off with my link on Squarespace - 🤍 Japan Travel Guide for Kids to a Japanese Ryokan near Tokyo. This Kids Friendly Japanese Ryokan Onsen hotel is a perfect place if you want to stay close and also want to get that local beach vibe experience. Included in this video are our tips when traveling with a baby in Japan and/or traveling with kids in Japan to a ryokan onsen hot springs Japanese hotel. You don't necessarily need to go to this specific Atami ryokan hotel though, but you can use this as a kids travel guide for anywhere in Japan. Traveling in Japan is awesome and cooler to be able to share it with your kids, but it definitely helps to be prepared so I hope you enjoy these tips. Atami Hotel - 🤍 Baby Monitor - 🤍 Get my Tokyo & Japan Merch and show your support! - 🤍 - Tokyo Zebra: My 2nd YouTube Channel See My Life in Japan behind the scenes - 🤍 Questions about Japan or Japan Travel? Get answers and chat with my Discord Community - 🤍 - Japanese Ryokan Hotel Stay with Kids Timestamps - 0:00 - Intro 1:34 - 1. Travel by Shinkansen 4:25 - 2. Kids/Baby Amenities 5:29 - 3. Onsen Bath 5:54 - 4. Get An Extra Room 6:19 - 5. In-Room Dining 7:04 - 6. Bring a Baby Monitor 9:58 - 7. Ryokan Wifi 10:34 - 8. Send Stuff in Advance 10:55 - 9. Cleaning Schedule Channel Support - Want to help SUPPORT my channel, buy me a BEER or Maiko and I DINNER? Thank you in advance! - PayPal: 🤍 - Venmo: PaolofromTokyo (venmo.com/paolofromtokyo) - Patreon: 🤍 - Bitcoin: 1AUZW1Emio4qtRiBir3EUDey1zi3ssoRsw Join YouTube Channel Memberships - 🤍 - Merch Store: 🤍 - Help with Subtitles / Closed Captioning - - 🤍 - Business - Want me to feature your business in my video? business🤍tokyozebra.com Want to send me stuff? For ADDRESS - 🤍 - For more info about me - I'm from TOKYO JAPAN, I've been living here for a long time. I'll be your Tokyo Travel Guide, taking you to the spots I love as well as showing you what to do all around Japan and maybe sometimes overseas. I'm also into Tech so you'll see a few videos about my drone and other cool toys I discover. In short, the channel is all about what I Love, Japan, Food, Travel, Tech and most likely coming FROM-TOKYO, my home. - Website 🤍 - Instagram: 🤍paolofromtokyo - 🤍 🤍tokyo.zebra - 🤍 - Facebook: 🤍 - Twitter: 🤍 - My Film Gear - (Affiliate Links Used - I may receive commission from products purchased) - Main Camera (USA Link) 🤍 (International) 🤍 - Main Wide Lens (USA Link) 🤍 (International) 🤍 - Powered Mic (USA Link) 🤍 (International) 🤍 - Mic (USA Link) 🤍 (International) 🤍 - Portable TriPod (USA Link) 🤍 (International) 🤍 - Gimbal (USA Link) 🤍 (International) 🤍 - Drone (Original) (USA Link) 🤍 (International) 🤍 - For a complete list of my gear: 🤍 Access to Music in video: 🤍
Hello everyone, In this video, I stay at not only the oldest hotel in Japan but the oldest family-operated hotel in the world, Houshi Ryokan. My stay at Houshi was both a relaxing and a much-needed escape from the world. I was treated to outstanding service, delicious food, and private onsen.
Tama Ryokan is a historic inn near Takadanobaba Station in Tokyo. The room has tatami mats and futon, so you can experience traditional Japanese life. The building has a history of more than 70 years, but it is well cleaned and comfortable. Since the owners can speak English, I think that overseas visitors who are worried about communication can feel at ease. 💻Website(ENG): 🤍 *The information on the website may not have been updated. 🏨How to Reserve To make a reservation, send e-mail at ryokantama🤍gmail.com. In your e-mail, please provide the following information: * the name of the contact person for the reservation * nationality of contact person * your starting date * how many nights you would like to stay * how many people will be staying * how many rooms you want * your approximate time of arrival 💰Price 1 guest ¥4,000 ($29.62) / person 2 guests ¥3,000 ($22.21) / person 3+ guests ¥2,500 ($18.51) / person *It's the information we heard from the owner in June 2022. *Prices are subject to change. 🚃🚶♀️How to get to Tama-Ryokan 4-minute walk from JR Takadanobaba Station or a 1-minute walk from Tokyo Metro (subway) Takadanobaba Station. MAP: 🤍 ⌛️Time Stamp 0:00 Opening 0:12 Heading to the hotel 0:43 Tama-Ryokan 1:59 Room Tour 4:18 Snacks 5:03 Shared facilities 7:42 Dinner 9:26 Bath 10:25 Futon 11:02 Good morning 11:36 Check-out #CC_for_Subtitle #japantravel #ryokan #asmr ———————————————————————— ・Titles, descriptions and subtitles done by auto translation so may not be correct. ・Prices may change depending on the season. ・We are thoroughly taking countermeasures against the virus.
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Out of the many things you can enjoy in Japan, staying at a “旅館 ryokan,” must be something that many of you are looking forward to do. However, what is your image of a ryokan? If your answer is “a Japanese style hotel,” that is not wrong, but it is not a sufficient answer either. So today, I would like to explain about the definition of a ryokan, and the three main differences between a ryokan and a hotel in Japan. Also at the end of the video, I will give you advice on how to choose the perfect ryokan for you. By watching this video, you will be able to select the perfect stay for your trip to Japan, and remember your ryokan experience even more. [Time codes] 0:00 Let's START! 1:27 The 3 main differences between RYOKAN and HOTEL 9:52 3 points to on how to choose the right RYOKAN 13:47 Today's conclusion ▼Who is Shogo? What is this channel about?▼ 🤍 ▼Related videos in this channel▼ -[Kyoto Ryokan] A private ryokan & open-air bath near Kyoto station! Hotel “季楽 藍 Kiraku Ai" 🤍 -Mind-blowingly delicious but inexpensive UNAGI bowls! Located in the traditional district of Kyoto 🤍 The full history of CAPITAL RELOCATION in Japan! Why some people say that KYOTO is still the capital 🤍 ▼MY DREAM▼ 🤍 “To make every Japan lovers’ dream come true, by making Japan a more secure, comfortable, and safer place for everyone to visit, study, and live in” I will be using the profit I gain from this channel at restaurants, hotels, and cultural facilities in Kyoto to introduce them. The more you watch the videos on this channel, Kyoto and Japan will become a more exciting place, and you can support your own and others’ dreams in the future even more. ▼Join our Membership▼ 🤍 ●Membership benefits -Limited behind-the-scene videos 🤍 -Weekly live stream -Priority reply to comments Every single yen we earn from this membership, we will be donating to groups of people who are fighting to solve social problems in Japan, the Japanese schools where foreign students can study, or use it to spread the works of people working with traditional culture in Japan to preserve the arts they are doing. ▼[Sub-channel] “Shogo’s Podcast”▼ 🤍 Please subscribe!! The perfect channel to learn about Japanese culture and history in your spare time, during your walk to school or work, and when you are cooking or doing house chores. Not only will I be covering the topics in this main channel, but also some topics that you will only be able to enjoy in the sub-channel, like answering questions I receive, and my opinions towards some of the comments. ▼[Listen to the real voices of the Japanese] "Voices from Japan series"▼ 🤍 ▼[For YOU traveling to Kyoto] "Kyoto Hidden Gems" series▼ 🤍 ▼Instagram▼ 🤍 *Please ask me questions through the DM here!（⚠️I do not use e-mail） ▼Shogo’s profile▼ Hello everyone, and thank you for watching my videos! I’m Shogo, a Kyoto born & Hiroshima raised Japanese, that grew up in Michigan USA for 6 years, and studied Mandarin in Beijing university for a year! I live in Kyoto now, as I train in Iaido(katana), Sado(tea ceremony), and Noh theatre(traditional stage art). In this channel, you can take a closer look at Japanese traditional culture, tips on traveling to Kyoto, and social problems in Japan. So learners and lovers of Japanese language and culture, be sure to subscribe to enjoy more content! If you enjoyed this video, please hit the LIKE button, and share with your friends and family! My goal is “to achieve 1,000,000 subscribers by January 2023”, so your help would mean a lot! ♪Music♪ おとわび 🤍 ♪Sound effects♪ 効果音ラボ 🤍 ♪Pictures♪ かわいいフリー素材屋 いらすとや 🤍 #japaneseryokan #japanesehotel #wheretostayinjapan #howtostayataryokan #ryokanhoteldifferences
What's especially cool about this ryokan is not only that it’s private and within walking distance from Kyoto station, but has two types of onsen, one indoor and one outdoor. This ryokan is perfect for those who want to enjoy staying at a traditional style house, while trying out the Japanese hot springs in a private atmosphere. *Please do not wear swimsuits and bring towels into the baths. We took special permission just for this video. ●Kiraku Kyoto Zeniyacho Ai 🤍 〈Google Map〉 🤍 [Price we payed] 47,600 yen（2 adults / Room only / Jan 2021） [Check-in / Check-out time] 3pm~ / ~11am [Accommodation] Maximum 5 guests [Smoking] Prohibited [Parkings] None [Nearest convenient store] 2 min walk, Seven Eleven *The information is as of the time of the shooting of this video. Please check the official website for the latest information. [Time codes] 0:00 Let's START! 1:37 Room tour 1st floor / bedroom, private open-air bath 3:59 Room tour 2nd floor / tatami room, living room 8:00 Dinner at a ramen restaurant 9:54 Dessert time 10:44 Filling up the private baths 12:49 Taking the baths 15:58 Chillin' with some beer 18:05 Cautions 20:05 Breakfast 21:05 Time to check out 21:36 General review ▼Who is Shogo? What is this channel about?▼ 🤍 ▼Related videos of this channel▼ -[Kyoto Hidden Gems]A perfect option for a rainy day in Kyoto! Visiting the "Kyoto Aquarium!" 🤍 -[Kyoto Hidden Gems] Visiting "Mibu temple;" where the souls of Shinsengumi samurai rest in peace 🤍 -5 tips for polite Japanese table manners! How to be a better guest at a Japanese restaurant 🤍 ▼[For YOU traveling to Kyoto] Check out the other "Kyoto Hidden Gems!”▼ 🤍 ▼Instagram▼ 🤍 *Please ask me questions through the DM here!（⚠️I do not use e-mail） ▼MY DREAM▼ “To make every Japan lovers’ dream come true, by making Japan a more secure, comfortable, and safer place for everyone to visit, study, and live in” ♢10,000↑ subscribers milestone♢ Interviewing and introducing people working with Japanese traditional culture to spread their work ♢100,000↑ subscribers milestone♢ Restarting a cultural experience facility where anyone can experience Japanese culture, and creating employment for foreigners (Facility image: 🤍 ♢1,000,000↑ subscribers milestone♢ Opening an online shop to sell traditional craftwork in order to protect the precious culture (Example: Pottery, dyeing, kimonos, etc.) ▼Shogo’s profile▼ Hello everyone, and thank you for watching my videos! I’m Shogo, a Kyoto born & Hiroshima raised Japanese, that grew up in Michigan USA for 6 years, and studied Mandarin in Beijing university for a year! I live in Kyoto now, as I train in Iaido(katana), Sado(tea ceremony), and Noh theatre(traditional stage art). In this channel, you can take a closer look at Japanese traditional culture, tips on traveling to Kyoto, and social problems in Japan. So learners and lovers of Japanese language and culture, be sure to subscribe to enjoy more content! If you enjoyed this video, please hit the LIKE button, and share with your friends and family! My goal is “to achieve 100,000 subscribers by January 2022”, so your help would mean a lot! ▼Special thanks to…▼ Kazumasa Ito: My best friend who also spent his childhood in America. Thank you for always checking my English as a professional translator. Harumi Shin: A talented web designer and my better half. Your video editing skills and creative thumbnails are essential for this channel. Hinata Yamaguchi: Energetic and always happy, but a little bit shy. Having a daughter like you, makes me the happiest person on Earth. ♪Music♪ おとわび 🤍 H/MIX GALLERY 🤍 ♪Sound effects♪ 効果音ラボ 🤍 ♪Pictures♪ かわいいフリー素材屋 いらすとや 🤍 #kyotojapan #kyototravel #kyotoryokan #kyotostation #privateonsen
Staying at this Japanese ryokan (traditional inn) was truly incredible! Subscribe► 🤍 T-shirts► 🤍 JUNE 2017 - Yoshiike Ryokan - I paid 77,760 Japanese Yen (at the time $708.16 USD) for 1 night for 2 adults, 1 baby. It was very expensive, but it was truly an amazing Japanese cultural experience and the food was incredible. There are cheaper Japanese ryokans you can stay at, but usually they have a public onsen (Japanese hot-spring bath), rather than a private. Ever since taking my first trip to Japan a few years ago, I had really wanted to stay in a Japanese ryokan, which is a traditional inn, usually that is somewhere in the beautiful mountains, with a hotspring onsen bath, and delicious Japanese local food served in your room. On my most recent trip to Tokyo, my wife and I took the train to Hakone, about 1.5 hours from Tokyo in the mountains, and decided to stay at a ryokan for 1 night. The experience was truly incredible and our room was amazing, including a private onsen bath and amazing Japanese gardens to view from the window. Yoshiike Ryokan ５９７ Yumoto 箱根町 Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa-ken 250-0311 Japan Ryokan food video coming soon on Main Channel! SOCIAL MEDIA: My main channel: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 MUSIC: Celestial Bodies - 🤍 CAMERA GEAR used to make this video (these are affiliate links): GH5: 🤍 Main lens: 🤍 Microphone: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 Thank you for watching!
Vlog on one night's stay at a ryokan, a traditional Japanese guest house with hot springs (onsen) and delicious kaiseki food. This is the ryokan I stayed at: 🤍 Please Subscribe here! → 🤍 IMPORTANT INFO if you plan to travel to Hakone before April 2020: 🤍 ⭐️EQUIPMENT⭐️ Camera: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 SD Card: 🤍 Voiceover mic: 🤍 💖Previous video: 🤍 〜SOCIALS〜 -Instagram: erica.lion -Twitter: eri_lion -MAIL: Erica Lion c/o Breaker, 〒106-0032 Tokyo, Minato City, Roppongi, 7 Chome−3−24 B-1/B-2 #onsen #ryokan #hakone
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I stayed at Kanaguya, a 264 year old traditional ryokan (Japanese inn) in Nagano, Japan. The cost was 50,400 Yen for one night including 2 meals for 2 people. Kanaguya is best known for its beautiful architecture. Fans of Studio Ghibli film "Spirited Away" speculates that the anime movie is inspired by Kanaguya. Join me one this trip to discover the beauty of one of the most traditional ryokans in Japan. I booked my stay via Rakuten Travel as it was the cheapest. 🤍 Chapters 00:00 Introduction of Kanaguya 01:19 Room Tour 04:22 Bathing in Private Hotsprings 06:17 AMAZING Dinner 10:30 Ryokan Lightup at Night 12:33 Hotspring Source Tour 13:08 Breakfast 16:12 Exploring the vicinity (Shibu Onsen Town) 🍿 BEHIND the scenes & EXCLUSIVE Content on Patreon 🤍 Follow my adventure! 👤Facebook 🤍 📸Instagram 🤍 ♪ Tiktok 🤍 🐦Twitter 🤍 🎥Watch Next- I Tried Singing Insanely Difficult Hokkien Song 🤍 👕Ghib Ojisan Merchandise（アパレル）: SE Asia | 🤍 Japan | 🤍 Business Enquiries ✉️ghib.ojisan🤍gmail.com You are welcome to send fan mails but I may not be able to respond to all of them. But I immensely appreciate your support. Thank you! #Singapore
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Nipponia Hotel is located in Tambasasayama City in Hyogo Prefecture. Walking through the beautiful streets of the town makes you feel like you've been transported back to the Edo Era! After exploring Tambasasayama I stop by Itami to practice Naginata at Shubukan - one of the 3 largest private dojo in all of Japan. Itami also the birthplace of Japanese sake - they are home to the oldest brewery in Japan! ＊Tambasasayama City: 🤍 ＊NIPPONIA Hotel: 🤍 ＊Itami City: 🤍 ＊Shubukan: 🤍 ▬▬ ✦ FOLLOW ME HERE TOO ✦ ▬▬ 🤍 🤍 🤍 ▬▬ ✦ MY GEAR ✦ ▬▬ Camera 🤍 Tripod 🤍 Action Cam 🤍 This video is sponsored by the Hyogo Prefectural Government #japanesehotelroom #hotelroomtour #vlogmas
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Hello I am Kay. This weekend, I went to Kurokawa Onsen hot springs in Kumamoto Prefecture. It is very nice to go to a hot spring in the cold season. Thank you for watching and please take care of yourself. ✔ Highway bus from Fukuoka airport to Kurokawa Onsen 🤍 ✔YOSHINOYA at Fukuoka Airport 🤍 ✔Sanga Ryokan 🤍 ✔Kurokawa Onsen 🤍
If you want to see a Japanese Zen garden, you usually have to go to a temple. However, popular Zen temples are often crowded and it can be difficult to settle down and enjoy them. With this ryokan, you can enjoy a private Zen garden in a spacious house with your family or friends. ●KYO no oozora 🤍 〈Google Map〉 🤍 [Price we payed] 64,200 yen（4 adults, 2 children / Breakfast Course / Sep 2021） [Payment options] Cash / Credit cards [Check-in/Checkout Time] 3:00PM/11:00AM [Accommodation] Maximum 7 guests [Smoking] Prohibited [Parkings] None [Nearest convenient store] 5 min walk, Seven Eleven *The information is as of the time of the shooting of this video. Please check the official website for the latest information. [Time codes] 0:00 Let's START! 1:40 Ryokan Room Tour 10:18 Taking a Bath and Shopping at the Nearby Convenient Store 12:45 Coffee Time 14:48 Good Night 15:48 The Next Day 17:25 Kyoto Shidashi Breakfast 21:50 Checking Out ▼Who is Shogo? What is this channel about?▼ 🤍 ▼Related videos in this channel▼ -The Surprising Differences Between Ryokan and Hotels 🤍 -A Private Ryokan & Open-air Bath Near Kyoto Station! Hotel “季楽 藍 Kiraku Ai" 🤍 -Learn the Depths of Japanese Architecture in a Traditional Kyoto Style Machiya with Zen Gardens 🤍 ▼MY DREAM▼ 🤍 “To make every Japan lovers’ dream come true, by making Japan a more secure, comfortable, and safer place for everyone to visit, study, and live in” I will be using the profit I gain from this channel at restaurants, hotels, and cultural facilities in Kyoto to introduce them. The more you watch the videos on this channel, Kyoto and Japan will become a more exciting place, and you can support your own and others’ dreams in the future even more. ▼Join our Membership▼ 🤍 ●Membership benefits -Limited behind-the-scene videos 🤍 -Weekly live stream -Priority reply to comments Every single yen we earn from this membership, we will be donating to groups of people who are fighting to solve social problems in Japan, the Japanese schools where foreign students can study, or use it to spread the works of people working with traditional culture in Japan to preserve the arts they are doing. ▼[Sub-channel] “Shogo’s Podcast”▼ 🤍 Please subscribe!! The perfect channel to learn about Japanese culture and history in your spare time, during your walk to school or work, and when you are cooking or doing house chores. Not only will I be covering the topics in this main channel, but also some topics that you will only be able to enjoy in the sub-channel, like answering questions I receive, and my opinions towards some of the comments. ▼[Listen to the real voices of the Japanese] "Voices from Japan series"▼ 🤍 ▼[Places recommended to visit in Kyoto] "Kyoto Hidden Gems" series▼ 🤍 ▼Instagram▼ 🤍 *Please ask me questions through the DM here!（⚠️I do not use e-mail） ♪Music♪ おとわび 🤍 トーマス大森音楽工房 🤍 ぽるぽるMusic 🤍 ♪Sound effects♪ 効果音ラボ 🤍 ♪Pictures♪ かわいいフリー素材屋 いらすとや 🤍 #ryokankyoto #bestryokaninkyoto #zengarden #japaneseryokan #privateryokan
#hakone #mtfuji #relaxingtime #hotsprings #japanlife #asianfusion #tokyo #minimalmood #urbanoasis #mikasa Let’s go to Hakone and have a relaxing time walking around the hot spring town. mikasa starts off with a relaxing train ride aboard the Romance Car from Shinjuku Station and leave Tokyo for the mountains. mikasa goes to Lake Ashi and enjoy the beautiful sights, and surprisingly see Mt Fuji! Hakone is a well known hot spring town since before the Edo Period. mikasa stays at a Japanese ryokan, wear yukata, eat Traditional food called "kaiseki", and get in the spa. Next day, mikasa walks around Gora Park. It’s a lovely trip to Hakone that showcases Japanese culture and beautiful sights. Hope you enjoy this silent mikasa vlog! Camera: SONY A6400 🤍 Lens: SONY FE 35mm F1.8 🤍 Gimbal: Zhiyun Crane M2 🤍
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In This video I FINALLY tried Authentic Kobe A5 Wagyu beef steak at a Ryokan in Kobe Japan. It was part of my traditional Japanese Kaiseki meal at a hot springs ryokan which was expensive but amazing :-) The Ryokan: 🤍 ►Subscribe for more videos about food! 🤍 ★↓FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA!↓★ Facebook Show Page: 🤍 Facebook Mike Fan Page: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Vine: 🤍 Snapchat: Mikeychenx Periscope: Mikexingchen ~Send stuff at our PO Box! Mike Chen PO Box 610 Middletown, NY 10940 Get tickets to the best show on earth!!! 🤍
Get 10% off (save up to $44!) your own authentic Japanese snack box from Bokksu using my link: 🤍 and code MISSMINA10 Update as of 10/2020: Due to a change in the Japanese postal system, Bokksu will no longer offer free shipping to US orders. This video was sponsored by Bokksu. Paid partnerships help me to continue making videos and save up for future trips so I can film and share more awesome places around the world. During these challenging times, I've been making donations to small businesses and nonprofit organizations, so paid videos are a win-win situation. I personally love Bokksu's curated boxes with informative guidebooks and hope you enjoy their delicious selection of snacks as much as I have ❤️ ▼▼▼▼▼ During the summer in Japan, we took the train to the mountainous Gunma Prefecture and stayed at a ryokan (a traditional Japanese inn with communal baths). Gunma is known for its onsen (hot springs) and there are plenty of ryokans, but we give Sekizenkan a shot. Can you believe it's over 300 years old? And the red bridge served as a model for Ghibli Studio's "Spirited Away." The neighborhood is filled with greenery and calm. No crowds when we went, so fellow introverts, you will especially love it here! Made up of 3 buildings and 8 floors, Sekizenkan has at least 6 main bathing options. Some bathhouses are communal while others are private. Some are mixed gender, others have separate baths for men and women. Depending on your room type, you may get a private bath as well. If you need time away from the city and want to take it slow, this is the place. Watch the video for the full tour! We even go through a mysterious tunnel. For current updates & rates: 🤍 😘 Subscribe for more munchies: 🤍 👕 Get my shirt: 🤍 🎥 MY CAMERA & VLOGGING GEAR: 🤍 ▼▼▼▼▼ Other videos you might like: ○ TOKYO CAPSULE HOTEL TOUR: 🤍 ○ JAPANESE STREET FOOD: 🤍 ○ Japanese PRISON THEMED Restaurant in Tokyo: 🤍 ► MY KOREA CHANNEL: 🤍 ► MY ASMR CHANNEL: 🤍 MORE MINA: ○ Instagram: 🤍missminaoh ○ Facebook: 🤍 ○ Twitter: 🤍missminaoh This video was filmed in July 2019. I'm releasing backlog of travel vlogs during this pandemic as we are not traveling at this time.
Located an hour or so by car from Koyasan in the small Onsen village of Ryujin, Kamigoten is a small ryokan with a unique history. Built in 1657, Kamitogen was actually designed to please Yorinobu Tokugawa, a Japanese Feudal lord of Kinokuni. Built for his personal comfort, Kamigoten features a beautiful set of baths with a gorgeous open air-onsen and a unique view over Ryujin river. What’s more astonishing here, is that it is still possible today to enjoy and sleep in the exact same room as the lord Yorinobu Tokugawa, as well as being served by a descendant of the original owners of Kamigoten, which also happens to attend to the lord Yorinobu Tokugawa every needs! This video was made in Cooperation with Wakayama Tourism Federation. Learn more about Wakayama Prefecture at 🤍 To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : 🤍 For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our clips, please contact us here: info🤍tokyostreetview.com Love this video? Feel free to share it with your friends or even better embed it on your website! Video Gear we use (Official TokyoStreetView Gear List) 📷 Camera 1: 🤍 📷 Camera 2: 🤍 📷 Zoom Lens: 🤍 📷 Wide Lens: 🤍 🎤 Microphone: 🤍 💾 Storage Solution: 🤍 🎬 All the rest: 🤍 Stay in Touch with Us! Twitter : 🤍TokyoStreetView Facebook : 🤍 Pinterest : 🤍 Blog : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍 Reddit : 🤍
Book a night at this Ryokan here: 🤍 Staying at a Ryokan is a MUST when you visit Japan. You will be able to experience the Japanese traditional way of life in these inns. But often, staying at a Ryokan can be a bit expensive. If you are traveling to Japan on a budget, this ryokan is for you. Indeed, it costs less than 30$ per night! And for that price, you will have access to all the areas of the Ryokan, including a relaxing living room with an amazing river view (with a comfy kotatsu) and a lovely onsen. But how a Ryokan can afford to charge only 30$ per night? For that price, you will actually share your room with other guests (room of 3 people maximum). But from my point of view, it didn't really impact the experience at all. It's actually an opportunity to meet new people! :) As you are in a Ryokan, you will sleep on a futon placed on a tatami floor. Read this article for more information about Ryokan Etiquette: 🤍 This Japanese traditional inn is located in the city of Ito in Izu peninsula. It's around 2 hours away from Tokyo and there are so many great places to visit around! If you are looking for off-the-beaten-track spots in Japan, you will love Ito and Izu peninsula. If you are interested in staying at a Ryokan in Japan, feel free to read our complete guide here: 🤍 To read all our tips to visit Ito onsen town, check this article: 🤍 Please 👍 to support our work and follow this channel for more virtual tours in Japan! 🇯🇵 Follow Sugoii Japan on Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍
Join us as we try traditional Japanese Food in a Ryokan eating a multi-course Kaiseki dinner in Takayama, Japan. One of the best experiences about staying in a Ryokan is the full-course traditional Japanese cuisine they serve you for dinner. In total, our Kaiseki meal featured 11 courses of Japanese dishes. All if all our Ryokan meal consisted of the following food/drink items: 1) Japanese fruit wine made with quince (fruity and floral) 2) Bento box 3) chicken and cheese 4) mochi balls 5) mackerel fish 6) green tofu with shrimp and pinenuts 7) pork with mushrooms and vegetables 8) White rice in a bowl 8) Japanese steamed Hida beef bun in a bamboo basket 9) Sashimi Bonito fish with ginger and grated radish 10) Shabu-shabu with vegetables, tofu and Hida beef meat and sesame sauce 11) Western-style course with Hida beef, brocolli, corn, sweet potato, pumpkin, potato with rice and 12) pickles and miso soup 13) Roasted green tea Japanese desserts: 14) Milk pudding 15) Fruit cake with a piece of pineapple The presentation, attention to detail and the way everything was served made this Japanese dinner one of the most unique experiences we had during our trip to Japan. It was so much fun sitting down at a traditional Japanese table, wearing robes and being served course after course of delicious Japanese food. We'd highly recommend a Ryokan stay if you're visiting Japan. * * * * * * * * * * GEAR WE USE Panasonic GH5: 🤍 Canon G7X ii: 🤍 Rode Video Micro: 🤍 Joby Gorilla Pod: 🤍 SanDisk 16GB Extreme Pro: 🤍 * * * * * * * * * * SOCIAL MEDIA & TRAVEL BLOGS AUDREY: blog: 🤍 instagram: 🤍 facebook: 🤍 twitter: 🤍 SAMUEL: blog: 🤍 facebook: 🤍 twitter: 🤍 instagram: 🤍 * * * * * * * * * * Traditional Ryokan Dinner | Eating a Multi-Course Kaiseki Meal! Hey guys! We are Samuel and Audrey, a vlogging travel couple from Canada. In this travel channel we share our travel and food vlogs while touring the world. Our most recent trip was to Japan where we spent 2 months traveling around the country and visiting the following destinations: Osaka, Tokyo, Kyoto, Nara, Nikko, Takayama, Yokohama, Odaiba, Shirakawa-gō and Takao. During our stay, we visited a mixture of big cities and small rural towns, where we enjoyed eating Japanese street food, trying traditional Japanese cuisine, visiting local attractions and staying in unique accommodations (such as capsule hotels and ryokans) that we are now going to share with you on this channel. The combination and contrast of visiting futuristic cities and traditional countryside areas is what makes travel to Japan so fascinating. Ultra modern versus traditional. This is the essence of Japan. Our trip to Japan was unforgettable and until now it is one of our favorite countries that we have come to know. However, we only feel as though we just scratched the surface on this trip to Japan. If you want to see more videos from Japan in the future, let us know in the comments that places you'd like us to travel to and food experiences you would like to see on this travel channel. Have you traveled to Japan before? What was your experience like? Please share your Japan travel tips, advice and experiences in the comments below. Thanks again for watching our Japan series! Until next time! * * * * * * * * * * Traditional Japanese Food | Eating a Ryokan Multi-Course Kaiseki Dinner! If you're new to our channel or this Japan series please check out the following playlists to get caught up on all of our videos: All of our Japan travel + food videos: 🤍 Japanese food videos (only): 🤍 * This is part of our Travel in Japan video series showcasing Japanese food, Japanese culture and Japanese cuisine. * * * * * * * * * * Music We Use: 🤍
Ryōkan Taigu (1758–1831) was a quiet and unconventional Sōtō Zen Buddhist monk who lived much of his life as a hermit. Ryōkan is remembered for his poetry and calligraphy, which present the essence of Zen life. He renounced the world at an early age to train at nearby Sōtō Zen temple Kōshō-ji, refusing to meet with or accept charity from his family. The poems read have been taken from Spirit Awake website and can be found here: 🤍 Music: Fumio Miyashita - 'White Morning' Rodrigo Rodriguez - Japanese Shakuhachi Flute _ ❤️ A deep thank you to all donors for your offerings of generosity in support of this channel and its intention. Every day I am deeply touched by your warm support and kind messages of gratitude. Turn on the '🔔' to get notifications for new releases! _ 🔆 If you would like to sponsor this channel and support the development of a small nun’s retreat hermitage: ➤ PayPal: using the email address: vivekahermitage🤍gmail.com Or this link: 🤍 ➤ Patreon: 🤍 _ 🎧 As a Buddhist nun, my intention with this channel is to offer these creative adaptations of spiritual teachings for the purpose of deepening spiritual understanding, contemplation, meditation, healing, devotion and relaxation for listeners. This channel is not monetized (and never will be) and the videos are strictly for educational purposes, not-for-profit and non-commercial. “All the words, music, images, and graphics used in the video belong to their respective owners and I or this channel does not claim any right over them. This video is posted for educational and spiritual purposes only. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.”
A review of arguably the best luxury hotel in the world. 🤍 Tawaraya Ryokan is 300 years old and family run. Yet the traditional japanese inn surpasses major luxury hotels around the world in terms of service, quality and serenity. Tawaraya Ryokan is your perfect retreat from the stressfull every day life. Music is from my own recordings from a private geisha party I had: 🤍
Of course, "best" is purely subjective. 僕たちが考える”ベスト”な旅館で～す！ To celebrate a bunch of things (late birthday, new job, success with YouTube/book sales), Ryosuke and I went to a gorgeous traditional Ryokan in Tochigi, Shimofujiya. いつも仕事頑張ってるグレイスのためにも温泉で有名な那須塩原にある「やまの宿 下藤屋」さんの旅館に行ってきたよ～！ English web site: 🤍 サイトはこちら🤍 下藤屋の皆様のご協力のおかげで、最高の思い出と動画が出来たよ〜！ We heard about this place through a good friend and yeah, it lived up to the hype. 友達に勧められて行ったら、もう「感動」の一言！ Ryokan have been closing down all over Japan - because of the declining birth rate, the fact that people are leaving the countryside in favor of large cities, and lower household finances. 最近日本では人口減少によって廃業する旅館が増えてるらしいので、なるべく早めに旅館に行こうと思ったのがきっかけなんだ！ I wanted to make sure I we had the chance to see one, before most of the historic and "authentic" places close down. The Ryokan: 🤍 One-time donation (to support the creation of videos): 🤍 Monthly support via Patreon: 🤍 Buy my comic books: 🤍 My comics (on Amazon): 🤍 My comics (on my blog): 🤍 漫画 (日本語ver): 🤍 My blog: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
I visited what could be one of my favourite Ryokan in Japan! A ryokan is a type of traditional Japanese inn that typically features tatami-matted rooms, communal baths, and other public areas where visitors may wear Yukata and is usually family owned. This Ryokan can only be booked by contacting them directly and only in Japanese. So I'll try my best to point you in the right direction: 🤍 🤍 CHECK OUT THE WEBSITE FOR EASY ACCESS TO ALL LINKS! ☆🤍☆ ➡️ONE TIME DONATION ON PAYPAL:⬅️ 🤍 ➡️Support me on Patreon: ⬅️ 🤍 ⚠️JOIN THE DISCORD:⚠️ 🤍 ➡️ MY SOCIAL MEDIA⬅️ Instagram: ⌲🤍 Twitter: ⌲🤍 Facebook: ⌲🤍 ☆Join team Ninja monkey! and let's get a conversation started in the comments section!☆ 💜 My favourite videos from my channel:💜 🤍 LIVE STREAMING: (SUNDAYS and most Wednesdays) #japantourism #japantravel #japanguide #ashikaga 日本 japan travel update japan reopen ashikaga guide #ryokan #bestryokan #japan hotel