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Ozekiya Ryokan


Ozekiya Ryokan is a welcoming ryokan inn run by the elderly yet charming Kamigahira-san — who as the ryokan's okami (General Manager) ensures all guests are made to feel part of the family during their stay.

Guests will be instantly mesmerized by the ryokan’s dark wood exterior, which matches the rustic allure of Hida Furukawa. The Japanese-styled rooms create a relaxing atmosphere with lattice windows, wooden floors, and softly colored walls.

If guests crave a breath of fresh air, they can stroll through the ryokan’s small on-site garden. The peaceful outdoor retreat exudes tranquility with stone lanterns and beautifully landscaped greenery.

For meal time, Ozekiya serves a host of traditional foods from sweet to savory for guests who opt into the meal plans during their stay. Ozekiya is a conveniently located inn, perfect for travellers looking for a slice of home in an otherwise foreign environment.

Ozekiya Ryokan

Essential Information


Room rates for one night (excludes tax):

Without meals: 4,000 yen
With two meals: 8,000 yen

Credit cards not accepted.

Check-in 3pm
Check-out 10am
Wi-Fi Available

Ozekiya Ryokan is a 7-minute walk from Hida-Furukawa Station.

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