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  1. Ryokan: Japan's Finest Spas and Inns by Akihiko Seki, Elizabeth Heilman Brooke, 2007-12-15
  2. Great Fool: Zen Master Ryokan: Poems, Letters, and Other Writings by Ryokan, 1996-04-01
  3. Dewdrops on a Lotus Leaf: Zen Poems of Ryokan by Ryokan, 2004-04-13
  4. The Zen poems of Ryokan (Princeton library of Asian translations) by Ryokan, 1981
  5. One Robe, One Bowl: The Zen Poetry of Ryokan by Ryokan, 2006-04-11
  6. Ryokan: A Japanese Tradition by Gabriele Fahr-Becker, 2008-02
  7. Between Two Souls: Conversations with Ryokan by Mary Lou Kownacki, Ryokan, 2004-07-30
  8. The Japanese Spa: A Guide to Japan's Finest Ryokan and Onsen by Akihiko Seki, Elizabeth Heilman Brooke, 2005-06-15
  9. Ryokan:Zen Monk - Poet of Japan by Ryokan, 1992-04-15
  10. Between the Floating Mist: Poems of Ryokan (Companions for the Journey) by Ryokan, 2009-04-01
  11. The Kanshi Poems of Taigu Ryokan (Laughing Buddha Series) by Taigu Ryokan, 2009-02-27
  12. Songs of the Woodcutter: Zen Poems of Wang Wei & Taigu Ryokan by Wang Wei, Taigu Ryokan, 2003-01-01
  13. Little Enough: 49 Haiku by Basho, Sodo, Ransetsu, Buson, Ryokan, Issa, Shiki by Cid Corman, 1991-01-01
  14. Ryokan: Zen Monk - Poet of Japan

1. Welcome To Ryokan College
ryokan College Education online School ryokan Extended Payment Plans. This plan works much the same as the ryokan regular installment plan except for two major differences
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2. Ryokan Kashiwaya Is A Japanese Style Hotel With Onsen In JAPAN
ryokan Kashiwaya is a Japanese traditional style hotel with Onsen located at the entrance of Shima Onsen, about 150 Km north of Tokyo in Japan
http://www.kashiwaya.org/e/
Kashiwaya Ryokan is a Japanese Onsen Hotel
Japanese traditional hotel in Japan, Ryokan with Onsen hot springs
Japanese natural hot springs resort Shima Onsen
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We are about 150km North from TOKYO
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Nice to meet you !! : on at Japan Standard Time Kashiwaya Ryokan is a Japanese traditional style hotel located at the entrance of Shima spa, about 150 Km north of Tokyo.
(That's an estimated 3 hour trip by train or bus from Tokyo)
Shima spa (we say Shima "Onsen") is one of the most famous Onsen in Japan.
The reason for this is it's relaxing atmosphere, it's relaxing bathes, and it's surrounding countryside.
Kashiwaya Ryokan has three types of outdoor Onsen bathes as well as one indoor bath, and a private bath for chartered use.
All of our Japanese style Tatami rooms are kept clean, and while staying here you can be served Japanese food.
Surrounded by trees and mountains, Kashiwaya Ryokan is the perfect place to let your hair down and forget about the stresses of daily life.

3. IKAWA RYOKAN - Japanese Style Inn In The Center Of Hiroshima City
Ikawa ryokan is an accommodation located in the center of Hiroshima city with reasonable price and homelike atmosphere.
http://www.ikawaryokan.net/en/
"Ikawa Ryokan" - a Japanese style inn (hotel) - is an accommodation located in the center of Hiroshima city. Language: Top Facility Search Rooms For Group ... Link About IKAWA RYOKAN Ikawa Ryokan - Japanese style inn (hotel/guesthouse) - has a cozy, home-like atmosphere and offers visitors the best accommodation in Hiroshima. Located in the center of Hiroshima city, the inn is within walking distance of world-famous landmarks, such as Peace Memorial Park, Atomic Bomb Dome, etc. Miyajima (Itsukushima) - a World Heritage Site and one of The Three Views of Japan -, Hiroshima Castle, Shukkei-en - a historic Japanese garden - and The Kintai Bridge - a beautiful arch bridge in the city of Iwakuni, Yamaguchi Pref. - are also accessible. Ikawa Ryokan guarantees the most convenience accommodation for tourists, travelers, and backpackers. We accept reservation at any time. Please feel free to contact us. Information Main Building Renovated! 2010.7.16(fri) IKAWA RYOKAN's main building was reopened after renovation. System Maintenance Due to a system maintenance, our online reservation will not be available on the following dates.

4. Japan Ryokan Association@ۊό٘A@ϘA
Guide to ryokan throughout the country. Includes property details, and links to websites.
http://www.ryokan.or.jp/

5. Ryokan (Japanese Inn) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
A ryokan (旅館?) is a type of traditional Japanese inn that originated in the Edo period (1603–1868), when such inns served travelers along Japan's highways.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ryokan_(Japanese_inn)
Ryokan (Japanese inn)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For other uses, see Ryokan (disambiguation) A room in the Matsukaze Ryokan in Matsumoto A ryokan is a type of traditional Japanese inn that originated in the Edo period (1603–1868), when such inns served travelers along Japan's highways . They typically feature tatami -matted rooms, communal baths, and other public areas where visitors may wear yukata and talk with the owner. Ryokan are difficult to find in Tokyo and other large cities because many are expensive compared to hotels , and Japanese people increasingly use hotels for urban tourism. Kyoto , a city many people visit for its ryokan, is a notable exception. citation needed Nonetheless, some major cities do have reasonably priced ryokan, with some costing as little as $40 a night. However, ryokan are more typically located in scenic areas, such as in the mountains or by the sea, and tend to be more expensive.
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A typical ryokan has a relatively large entrance hall, with couches and chairs where guests can sit and talk; a modernized ryokan often has a television in the hall as well. Guest rooms are constructed using

6. Ryokan Ohto (Kyoto, Japan) - Ryokan Reviews - TripAdvisor
7 Ichinohashi Miyanouchicho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture 605-0994, Japan ranked 120 of 174 B Bs / inns in Kyoto.
http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g298564-d558356-Reviews-Ryokan_Ohto-Kyot

7. Japan Ryokan Association - Japan Ryokan Association Member Ryokans By Prefecture
Database of traditional inns in the Kansai area.
http://www.ryokan.or.jp/kinki/eng/

8. Japan Ryokan Association 社団法人 国際観光旅館連盟
Experience the elements of Japanese culture and customs living in a room with Tatami (straw mat) flooring, changing into a typical Yukata (robe) after taking an Onsen hot
http://www.ryokan.or.jp/index_en.html
The Japan Ryokan Association is the largest information portal site for Japanese ryokan and Japanese spas.
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    Hokkaido is blessed with great natural expanses and an abundance of foods as well as a great number of major hot springs and Japanese ryokan spread throughout the island.
    Experience the goodness of daily life that Tohoku habitants feel every day. Enjoy the area in “unhurried, carefree, and easygoing” style, just as the way things go well in Tohoku.
    Located close to the Tokyo metropolitan area, Kanto-Koshin-Etsu have great features developed from its rich nature and diverse culture.
    The greatest attraction is the great many hot-spring spas. The Izu-Hakone area has many Japanese ryokan with unique flavors, which makes it a well-known tourist area..
    The Chubu Region is richly endowed with natural settings, an ancient historical heritage, and an industrial culture of special value that offer a wide range of experiences and sightseeing opportunities.
    In Kansai area, you can enjoy Japan from ancient times to present-day; visiting, Kyoto and Nara, of old capitals to modern cities, Osaka and Kobe.
    The area has nationally unique landscapes; the karst tableland of Akiyoshi-dai, and the dune of Tottori Sakyu, and its seasonal sceneries please every visitors' eyes.

9. Ryokan In Japan - Japan Ryokan, Minshuku, Japanese Inn, B&B
ryokan is a Japanese style inn and Minshuku a Japanese style Bed Breakfast. Learn more about ryokan in Japan, find accommodation and book online.
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Gion Hatakana Ryokan, Kyoto Ryokan are Japanese style inns that capture the culture and traditions of years gone by while offering the service and comfort one would expect from modern accommodation. Ryokan can vary from small wooden traditional buildings to the large concrete structures that are prevalent in many Japan cities. And while luxury ryokan do exist, they do not provide the mod cons of that of a luxury hotel, instead the focus is on service, atmosphere and relaxation. Ryokan rooms are usually furnished with tatami flooring, a low table and cushions (zabuton) for sitting on. A tea set may also be provided for guests to enjoy some Japanese tea. Guests sleep on a futon which is rolled out and put away in an 'oshiire' (a closet for futons) each day by the Ryokan staff. Breakfast and dinner is usually included in the room rate and , depending on the ryokan, meals are served in the guest's room or taken in a large communal dining area. It is often the food that the ryokan pride themselves on and is often why Japanese guests choose a particular ryokan. The meals served are traditionally Japanese, consisting of fish, rice and sweets fresh from the local area that the ryokan is located. Besides the experience of sleeping on a futon in a tatami room and eating sashimi, guests also have the opportunity to enjoy an onsen (Japanese spa). Ryokan onsen can be either natural hot springs or man made. They are usually gender separated and communal, but for those that may be a little uncomfortable sharing a communial bath, there are (more expensive) ryokan that offer rooms with private baths.

10. Kaminoyama Onsen
Guide to Kaminoyama onsen traditional Japanese inns. Includes location, price, features, and photo gallery.
http://www.ryokan.or.jp/tohoku/english/ya-kaminoyama.html
YAMAGATA Pref. Kaminoyama Onsen Hotel Adumaya
[Address]
1-23,Shinyu,Kamiyama City
[TEL]
[FAX]
[e-mail]
[URL]
http://www.azuma-ya.co.jp/
[Charge]
(The type of One room two guests standard charge per person)
[Guest room] Total Rooms 60 Rooms / Accommodations for 297 people
Hot spring (Public bath for guest),(Open bath),(Sauna bath)
[Meal] Formal Japanese dinner, Buffet breakfast [Transportation] Zaimoku Sakaeya Ryokan [Address] 6-11,Shinyu,Kamiyama City [TEL] [FAX] [e-mail] jogakura@jomon.ne.jp [URL] http://www.zaimokusakaeya.com/ [Charge] (The type of One room two guests standard charge per person) [Guest room] Total Rooms 22 Rooms / Accommodations for ***** people Hot spring (Public bath for guest) [Meal] Formal Japanese dinner [Transportation] Tsukioka Hotel [Address] 1-33,Shinyu,Kamiyama City [TEL] [FAX] [e-mail] tsukioka@net.sfsi.co.jp [URL] http://www.tsukioka.co.jp/ [Charge] (The type of One room two guests standard charge per person) [Guest room] Total Rooms 91 Rooms / Accommodations for 480 people Hot spring (Public bath for guest),(Open bath),(Sauna bath)

11. Ryokan — Poet Seers
View ryokan Poems. Taigu ryokan (17581831) (nicknamed Great Fool) lives on as one of Japan's best loved poets, the wise fool who wrote of his humble life with such directness.
http://www.poetseers.org/spiritual_and_devotional_poets/buddhist/ryokan/

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View: Ryokan Poems Taigu Ryokan (1758-1831) (nicknamed Great Fool) lives on as one of Japan's best loved poets, the wise fool who wrote of his humble life with such directness. He is in a tradition of radical Zen poets or "great fools" including China's P'ang Yun (Layman P'ang, 740-811) and Han-shan (Cold Mountain, T'ang Dynasty), and Japan's poets of the Rinzai School: Ikkyu Sojun (Crazy Cloud, 1394-1481) and Hakuin Ekaku (1686-1769). Ryokan had no disciples, ran no temple, and in the eyes of the world was a penniless monk who spent his life in the snow country of Mt. Kugami. He admired most the Soto Zen teachings of Dogen Zenji and the unconventional life and poetry of Zen mountain poet Han-shan. He repeatedly refused to be honored or confined as a "professional" either as a Buddhist priest or a poet.
Who says my poems are poems?

12. Ryokan - Japan.
Home ryokan ryokan is a Japanese traditional style of accommodation. It is uniquely Japanese and offers the kind of services that western style
http://www.ejapanhotels.com/ryokan.html
Hotels in Tokyo Akasaka Chiba Ginza ... Home Ryokan
Ryokan is a Japanese traditional style of accommodation. It is uniquely Japanese and offers the kind of services that western style hotels usually do not offer. Rokan has various specialties such as Japanese rooms with Tatami (straw mats), large public bath tubs and authentic Japanese meals served in guest rooms. When in Japan, be sure to experience and enjoy this classic Japanese hospitality.
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Ryokan can vary from traditional wooden structures to modern ones that may look like large hotels from the outside.
They range in size from the very large to very small.
Many ryokan in popular tourist areas have complete convention, banquet, restaurants, and shopping facilities.
Japan Ryokan Association members - those who are listed as Government-registered ryokans - must meet a host of regulations before becoming members.
By law (The International Tourist Accommodations Law of 1949), member ryokan must provide safe, comfortable rooms that meet regulations for cultural aesthetics, privacy, and hygiene.

13. 京都 旅館 八千代 KYOTO GARDEN RYOKAN YACHIYO/HOTEL
With photos of rooms and establishment, rates, access, and policies. Located in Nanzenji Temple. Japanese, English
http://www.ryokan-yachiyo.com/

14. Ryokan Reviews - Ryokan Hotel (Kanazawa, Japan) - Ryokan Photos - IgoUgo
Considering a stay at the ryokan Hotel in Kanazawa? IgoUgo has trusted ryokan reviews from savvy travelers. In addition, read traveler journals, browse photos, and compare rates
http://www.igougo.com/lodging-reviews-b197652-Kanazawa-Ryokan.html

15. Ryokan: Traditional Japanese Accommodations | Japan | Japan Travel | Nihon Sun
When you visit Japan you may choose to stay at a ryokan (traditional Japanese inn) rather than a traditional hotel. ryokan offer visitors an opportunity to Japan Japan Travel
http://www.nihonsun.com/2009/06/03/ryokan-traditional-japanese-accommodations/

16. Rakuchou Ryokan.com
Contains guide to room rates, facilities, photos, directions, and sightseeing. With shuttle bus from nearby airports available.
http://www003.upp.so-net.ne.jp/rakucho-ryokan/

17. Suzuki Ryokan Reviews - Suzuki Ryokan Hotel (Tokyo, Japan) - Suzuki Ryokan Photo
Considering a stay at the Suzuki ryokan Hotel in Tokyo? IgoUgo has trusted Suzuki ryokan reviews from savvy travelers. In addition, read traveler journals, browse photos, and
http://www.igougo.com/lodging-reviews-b191136-Tokyo-Suzuki_Ryokan.html

18. Kyomachiya Ryokan Sakura [Guest Rooms]
Kyoto,the heart of Japan,with as many as 17 places registered as world's cultural heritages. A new Japanese inn sakura,traditional style with newest facilities warmly welcomes you.
http://www.kyoto-ryokan-sakura.com/guestroom/guestroom_en.html
Kyoto Hotel,Ryokan Sakura - Kyoto,the heart of Japan,with as many as 17 places registered as world's cultural heritages. A new Japanese inn sakura,traditional style with newest facilities warmly welcomes you.
Kyomachiya Ryokan Sakura -Lobby-
The lobby facing the yard has a big table of Japanese zelkova,for the guests to enjoy breakfast, tea and conversation.you can also experience Japanese culture such as tea ceremony and sushi.
Guest Rooms
Sukiya-style with garden
The room on the east side of the first floor is a Skiya-style room that faces the garden.
You can feel the change of nature while relaxing in the veranda.
The tea ceremony room
Standard room
All our 12 rooms have a 6-mat room and an alcove and an engawa.
You can really feel the history of Kyoto.
Twin room
For those who prefer beds,we prepare 4 twin rooms with a lot of Japanese tastes.

19. Kyoto Ryokan Yamazaki `H ܂`
With photos, prices, and access.
http://www.ryokan-yamazaki.co.jp/

20. 2009 November
It introduces the impression and the review of the customer who stayed in Kyoto Garden ryokan Yachiyo,Hotel/Inn.
http://ryokan-kyoto-review.com/?m=200911

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