Overview of Fujiya Ryokan
Walking past the city of Osaka, you will come across Fujiya Ryokan. Fujiya Ryokan is often skipped on the visit, owing to the plethora of other prime attractions of Osaka.
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Take a night tour of Tenma and Kyobashi, two of Osaka's most well-known local food and drink areas. You'll get to eat typical Osaka food, have a few drinks, frolic with the locals, and have all sorts of fun along the way! Your guide is a na
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Leave the hustle and bustle of Osaka behind, as you are whisked via the highway in a luxury car to the mountains that rise above the nearby city, Kobe. Over the course of your private tour, you will ride a historical cable car, visit impressive garde
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The location is very close to the Kyoto station, and there is a mall and stores less than a block away. The service was excellent, and there was a family style feel to it instead of a corporate hotel. The one minor inconvenience would be that the bathrooms are shared.
Fujiya Ryokan turned out to be nearer to Kyoto Station then expected. It was easy to find my way there despite being bogged down with many luggages. Just cross the big junction in front of Kyoto station in a right, diagonal direction, walk past JTB, and turn left and the street next to JTB. There's actually a sign that says 'Kyoto Ryokan Street' for that street. My family of 4 had stayed in their 2 rooms for a night. Fujiya ryokan had provided two rooms that were divided by sliding doors, much to our delight and convenience. The ryokan is floored with tatami mats and is clean and comfortable. (Just a kind reminder: Remember to not drag your luggage across the mats. ALWAYS lift them up.) The old Japanese lady doesn't speak much English, but she is always patient at trying to communicate with us. They had taken care of all the small little things that would make weary travellers satisfied after a tiring day out. We came back to nicely set Japanese tea bags, hot water, and Japanese sweets. The futon had also been neatly set up of us to have a restful slumber. We had chosen to stay there with breakfast provided the next day. It was a sumptuous meal with everything nice plated and presented. Before we left, we bought two sets of yukatas from the ryokan too. The old lady was very helpful and patient. She automatically demonstrated to us how a yukata was to be worn and how the obi should be tied, even though we had some problems communicating effectively due to the language barrier. Overall, it is a great ryokan for families.