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Takeyaso Ryokan

2-85, Miyauchi-cho amagasaki city Hyogo, Osaka, Japan, Distance from city centre: 9.4km

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  • A nice ryokan-style place close to a rail station and eateries. Most of clientele appear to be Japanese, so doesn't have an overly "gaijin traveller" feel to it. My only real complaint is that they use mattresses on the floor, rather than futons. My mattress was too soft and uncomfortable.
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  • 27 Oct 2012 Eric Australia
  • I had a great time in Takeyaso Ryokan!! First, you have to keep in mind that the ryokan is 90-year-old building. So the facilities for toilet and room are not that good, however, all of those are kept in clean. The staff madam is so kind and does her best to keep her ryokan lovely. The location is good to go to Nara or Gobe. The atmosphere is calm and peaceful. I think that the ryokan is better to stay with your family or best friends.
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  • 04 Oct 2012 Anonymous
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