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Nikko Inn

Guesthouse | 333 Koshiro , Nikko-city, Nikko, Japan 321-1107

Recent review (10/03/2013)

Kelly-Eleanor Coldwell thinks…

"Nikko Inn was a traditional Japanese house around 15 minutes by train out of Nikko. The place was amazingly equipped with everything you could possibly need. Akira has really thought of everything,…"

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Facilities

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Car Parking
  • No curfew
  • Lounge area
  • Internet / Wi-Fi
  • 24 hour hot showers
  • Tours/Travel Desk

What's Included

  • Linen
  • Towel

Cancellation Policy

Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 15 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.

Check-In/Out Details

Earliest check-in: 16:00
Latest Check-out: 11:00

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Overview

Nikko Inn is traditional, Japanese style accommodation located in a farm village. Nikko Inn would like to help Japanese people rediscover Japan and foreigners experience Japanese culture. Read more

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About Nikko Inn

Our guest rooms are former houses built 60 years ago and fully restored. They were designed in "Shyoin-zukuri" style. "Shyoin-zukuri" is not only a traditional Japanese style, but also very popular style until not long ago. It is a style for residents and composed of "Tokono-ma" (space built into the wall), "Engawa" (Japanese porch), "Tatami" (Japanese flooring), and some fixtures such as "Fusuma" and "Shyouji" (Japanese sliding doors made of paper).

This style was invented in medieval times. We restored the 3 buildings based on our research of "Shyoin-zukuri". Through staying at our cottage, we would like you to experience the beauty of a traditional Japanese house, which has almost disappeared from Japanese culture in modern times.

Accommodation Information

We have three guest cottages named “Ume” (for 7 people), “Momo” (for 4 people) and “Sakura” (for 2 people).

Each cottage is for one group of guests and has private kitchen facilities. In addition to a room charge, a facility charge is required on the first day and every 4th day. Each room has a different facility charge.
Ume:4,500yen  Momo:3,000yen  Sakura:3,000yen


Nikko Inn's aim and challenge

Our aim is to provide our guests a traditional Japanese life-style that suites the modern age. We want our guests to enjoy their stay and feel comfortable, so we choose equipment very carefully, and make sure the rooms are kept very clean.

Also, in the guest rooms, we have placed high-tech toilets, wireless internet and a superb built in speaker system (which you can use with your portable audio player). We welcome all foreign guests especially who are interested in Japan and Japanese culture.

We try to give any information in English, but unfortunately our staff are not yet able to speak English well. We would like to react with our best effort to any guest who can not speak Japanese, but please understand that at times communication may be difficult. We are trying hard for better intercultural communication.

Location Information

Nikko is located in Tochigi prefecture, northeast of Tokyo.

There are lots of historical sites in Nikko, and two shrines and one temple are listed as UNESCO World Heritage. It's a good destination to see the old Japan and to enjoy the beauty of nature.

Nikko attracts many travelers throughout the year, especially in fall. It's one of the best fall foliage destinations in Japan. Also, many students visit Nikko as their school trips. Yuba (dried soybean curd) is one of the Nikko's special food. There are many yuba restaurants and shops in Nikko area. Try various yuba dishes, such as raw yuba and fried yuba while you are there.

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