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Uzuki Ryokan

料理旅館 初月

Uzuki is a quaint and welcoming ryokan that stands central in Hida Furukawa within walking distance from popular spots such as Shirakabe Dozogai Street and Enkoji temple. Uzuki provides guests a cultural Japanese lodging experience that perfectly reflects the town’s traditional atmosphere. The relaxing interior is designed with tatami floors, shoji lattice doors and windows, with ample natural lighting. Just outside the ryokan lies a small tsubo-niwa garden, which provides a window into nature and a sense of Zen for guests during their stay. 

During meal times, Uzuki brings Hida’s countryside to the table by serving dishes crafted with local and seasonal ingredients. 

From the peaceful interior to the cultural touches and regional dishes, Uzuki’s celebration of Hida not only compliments, but enhances guests’ visits to the region.

Essential Information

Price

Nightly prices (excluding tax):

  • 1 night and breakfast: 6,000 yen
  • 1 night and 2 meals: 12,000 yen

Credit cards not accepted.

Check-in 3pm
Check-out 11am
Access

3-minute walk from Hida-Furukawa Station.

Location & Surroundings

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