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Fujiwara Ryokan

Hostel | 6-12 Uwa-machi, Nagasaki, Japan .

96.2% Overall Rating

44 out of 45 customers would recommend this property

Recent review (08/05/2014)

"Superb! Our room was great -- wonderful decor, good size room, very comfortable sleeping -- and spotlessly clean. We were greeted warmly by our host as we arrived, and during our 3-day visit he was very hospitable. The…"

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Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Car Parking
  • Internet / Wi-Fi
  • Restaurant
  • Washing machines

Purchasable Extras

  • Breakfast USD 7.67

What's Included

  • Luggage Room
  • Linen
  • Towel

Cancellation Policy

Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.

Check-In/Out Details

Earliest check-in: 16:00
Latest Check-out: 10:00

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Overview

Your home away from home in Nagasaki Fujiwara Ryokan. Welcome to Fujiwara Ryokan! We are in a great location, only a 7 minute walk away from Nagasaki Station. Read more

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About Fujiwara Ryokan

We are conveniently located in the cultural heart of Nagasaki. It's only a 7 minute walk from JP Nagasaki Station. A 10 minute walk to Meganebashi, and a mere 2 minute walk to Shofuku-ji Temple. From our ryokan you can hear the trams come and go, the ringing bells from Nala-machi church in the morning and the evening, the beating of the drum in Suwa Shrine, and it's just half away up a hill on the stone-paves road.


<< Rooms >>
All our Japanese style rooms are fully air-conditioned, including air cleaners, TV and a telephone.

** Take Suite ** (Take: means "Bamboo" in Japanese)
Take one step further into the room entrance, its 8-tatami mats wide, with an alcove and a wooden boarding veranda. Also included are a private bath and shower room, and a western style toilet along with a refrigerator.

** Matsu Suite ** (Matsu: means "Pine Tree" in Japanese)
Take one step further into the room entrance, its 8-tatami mats wide, with an alcove and a wooden boarding veranda. Also included are a private bath and shower room, and a western style toilet along with a refrigerator.

** Kame Suite ** (Kame: means "Turtle" in Japanese)
Take one step further into the room entrance, its 6-tatami mats wide, with an alcove and a bay window with good view of the inner yard, it also includes a private refrigerator.
This room shares common bathroom facilities.

** Tsuru Suite **
Take one step further into the room entrance, its 8-tatami mats wide, with an alcove and wooden boarding veranda. It also includes a private refrigerator.
This room shares common bathroom facilities.

** Ume Suite **
Take one step further into the room entrance, its 6-tatami mats wide, with an alcove and wooden boarding veranda. It also includes a private refrigerator.
This room shares common bathroom facilities.


<< Meals >>
Breakfast and dinner is much-loved like mother's home cooking from Nagasaki by the owner who's obsessed with fresh cooking ingredients and home cooked tea-ceremony dished. Optional meals such as Nagasaki's traditional food - Chanpon (Topped Chinese noodles in soup), sara-udon (Topped fried noodles), sashimi and hors d'oeurve are served as requested.