After booking a room, Japanese style, I noticed it is a smoking room. I could not change to a non-smoking room. My question is, can you smell the smoke from previous guests, even after 'deodorizing', as the Ryokan so kindly have offered.
I am wanting to book your hotel for 3 x nights 17 - 20 Oct (2 adults and a 2 year old) I am trying to book through japanican website, but it is saying that it is unavailable. Can you confirm this for me please.
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I am sorry for answering to late. Just contact the hotel by mail, and they respond in English
Are the public and open air onsens co-ed?
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No they are traditional onsens, in the sense that they are segregated by gender and no swimming costumes allowed