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         Ryokan:     more books (100)
  1. Ryokan (Spanish Edition) by Gabriele Fahr-Becker, 2005-09
  2. Ryôkan, moine zen by Mitchiko Ishigami-Lagolnitzer, 2001-08-01
  3. Ryokan the Great Fool by Misao Kodama, Hikosaku Yanagishima, 2009
  4. The Japanese Inn Ryokan: A Gateway to Traditional Japan by Edward Shufunotomo, 1994-05
  5. Kristian Ryokan
  6. Ryokan by Gabriele Fahr-Becker, 2005-05-31
  7. Teihon Ryokan shishu yaku (Japanese Edition) by Rigyo Iida, 1989
  8. Ryokan no Sato Bijutsukan (Japanese Edition) by Ryokan,
  9. Three Zen Masters: Ikkyu, Hakuin, Ryokan (Kodansha Biographies) by John Stevens, 1993-02
  10. Alle Dinge sind im Herzen by Ryokan, 2006-06-30
  11. Say What Should I Say To Live by Ryokan ARA, 1998
  12. La Rosée d'un lotus by Ryôkan, Teishin, et all 2002-04-30
  13. Eine Schale, ein Gewand by Meister Ryokan, 2000-01-01
  14. The Zen Fool: Ryokan by Ryokan, 2000-02

21. Ryokan | Takayama Guide: Resort Ryokans, Hotels And Other Accommodations In Taka
The best website for guiding Takayama Japan Hotels, ryokan, Minshuku, Onsen, Dining, Cafes, Takayama Maps, and many Sightseeing spots!
The best website for guiding Takayama Japan: Hotels, Ryokan, Minshuku, Onsen, Dining, Cafes, Takayama Maps, and many Sightseeing spots! Tayayama Guide Hotel Search
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Small, modern ryokan with three shared Japanese-style rooms in downtown Asakusa, Taito-ku. Communal showers and bathrooms.
other language Address : Nishi-Asakusa 2-4-8, Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan 111-0035
Telephone : 090-8879-3599 / +81-90-8879-3599 (from overseas) THE HIDDEN CHARMS HOTEL, TOKYO, JAPAN
Small residential architect designers house becomes Ryokan.
Only three rooms make you feel like you are at home in downtown Tokyo Asakusa.
E-mail : (no attached file, please) TAITO RYOKAN l ASAKUSA GUIDE l JAPAN TRAVEL GUIDE

23. Ryokan KATSUTARO__Annex KATSUTARO Ryokan
Located in Ikenohata, Taito-ku. Japanese-style rooms, some with bath and some without. Less expensive than its sister hotel, the ryokan Katsutaro Annex. Free internet access.

24. Kimi Ryokan
Unlike institutional hotels, our ryokan offers a unique experience of simple countrystyle accommodation. We are confident the our ryokan will please you.
Home Charge Facilities
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Japanese-style ... Staff

25. 桜旅館ホームページ [東京・入谷] - SAKURA Ryokan Website [Asakusa /
Japanese and Western-style rooms in Iriya, Taito-ku near Iriya station. Breakfast and dinner available with reservations. Online reservation form.

26. A Poem By Ryokan
Too lazy to be ambitious, I let the world take care of itself .
A poem by Zen Master Ryokan.
Too lazy to be ambitious,
I let the world take care of itself.
Ten days' worth of rice in my bag;
a bundle of twigs by the fireplace.
Why chatter about delusion and enlightenment?
Listening to the night rain on my roof,
I sit comfortably, with both legs stretched out. Ryokan

27. Japanese Guest Houses - Japanese Inn (ryokan) Reservation Service
Reserve a Room at a Japanese ryokan Reserve a room at a Japanese ryokan (Japanese inn) anywhere in Japan.
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Make a Reservation at a Ryokan (Traditional Japanese Inn) Anywhere in Japan
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Photo courtesy of HYT, Singapore Reserve a room at a Japanese Ryokan (Japanese inn) anywhere in Japan . Use our free reservation service to stay at a ryokan and experience Japan's rich cultural heritage. At a ryokan guests can dine on delicious food, relax in comfortable baths, and sleep in the comfort of traditional Japanese-style rooms. If you cannot find a ryokan in the area you are visiting or one that suits your needs, then we will find one for you. All of your communication will be done with our English speaking staff. Taking one of our Cultural Tours in Kyoto is also a great way to connect with Japanese culture. We offer a wide variety from a Tea Ceremony to Cooking in a Japanese Home to . To see our other tours please Click Here Staying at a ryokan is a great way to connect with Japanese culture but it is only part of the story. While in Kyoto you also might want to consider one of our Cultural Tours. For details including prices please

28. Kyoto Travel Guide ///Ryokan is the first official guide to Kyoto. Please use this site as a gateway to the city, which we have designed to make your visit here that much more enjoyable.

29. Ryokan - Home
In de authentieke Japanse tuin bevinden er sauna s en een rustruimte op eilanden die verbonden zijn met traditionele bruggetjes.

30. Tama Ryokan - A Traditional Japanese Inn
Traditional Japanese inn located in Takadanobaba, Shinjukuku. Japanese and Western-style rooms with shared bathing facilities.
About Rooms Rules Reserving ... Guides
Tama Ryokan
Traditional Japanese Inn near Downtown Shinjuku
1-25-33 Takadanobaba
Shinjuku Tokyo 169-0075
Tel: 81 (3) 3209-8062
Fax: 81 (3) 3209-8068
Mobile: 81 (90) 5203-8682 (outside Japan)
Mobile: 090-5203-8682 (within Japan)
E-mail: Guests per Room Daily Rate 1 person 2 people 3 or more
The Hotel and its Neighborhood
Tama Ryokan is a Japanese inn in Shinjuku , Tokyo, providing basic accommodation for travelers on a budget. It is about 3 minutes walk from the Yamanote line and literally seconds from the Tozai metro . It is also convenient to the Internet - we have a customer lounge with one desktop computer for free e-mail and web browsing, and WiFi throughout the hotel. The Takadanobaba neighborhood offers a splendid variety of cuisine: Indian, Thai, Italian , French, Cambodian, Nepali, Burmese, and others, including Japanese , of course, with some cheap lunch-special prices. See Tokyo Food Pages for more details than we can possibly supply. Other neighborhood attractions include a movie theater (not too common in Tokyo), and an English-language bookstore, the

31. Ryokan - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
ryokan or Ryōkan may refer to ryokan (Japanese inn), a type of Japanese inn similar to a bedand-breakfast; People. Ryōkan (1758–1831), a Zen Buddhist monk and poet who lived in Japan
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Ryokan or Ryōkan may refer to:
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  • Ryōkan (1758–1831), a Zen Buddhist monk and poet who lived in Japan. Ninshō , often referred to as Ninshō Ryōkan (1217–1303), the first chief priest of Gokurakuji and a disciple of Eison (1201–1290).
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32. Kansuiro Ryokan In Hakone, Japan | Tradtional Japanese Inn
A historical Japanese inn and onsen located in Hakone.
Kansuiro Ryokan
Historical Japanese Inn
Welcome to Kansuiro Ryokan - Hakone Hot Springs Hakone is a historical hot springs resort area in Japan and known as one of the best places to enjoy great views of Mount Fuji and Lake Ashi. With easy access from Tokyo, Hakone is the perfect place to experience the charm and sophistication of a traditional Japanese resort. Built in 1614, Kansuiro Ryokan is a dignified Inn with a rich history.
Kansuiro Ryokan has a long history over 400 years. Kansuiro Ryokan was formerly called the Motoyu hot springs and is also known as one of the 7 major hot springs in the Hakone area. The building has been designated as a heritage building and registered as a prized Cultural Property of Japan. Kansuiro Ryokan is also well known and visited by many celebrities, from politicians to artists. In fact, the name 'Kansuiro' (the High Palace surrounded by green areas) was derived from a Chinese poem given to the first Japanese prime minister when he enjoyed his first stay at Kansuiro. Natsume Souseki, a famous writer whose portrait is printed on the former Japanese 1000 Yen bill, had stayed at Kansuiro. Tokugawa Mitsukuni, related to the Tokugawa Mitsukuni, related to the Tokugawa Shogun family, stayed at Kansuiro and so did the second Lord of Mito, during the Edo period (1603 - 1867) The building has been rebuilt from the original plan many times. The current building was built between 1919 and 1925. It is a 4 story wooden building in the high style of Japanese post and beam construction and made with precious woods collected from all over Japan.

This Collection represents the finest in Japanese accommodation with ryokans dating back more than 100 years and each with a history to unfold.

Seaside in Higashimuro. Offers rates, photos, and contact details.
Vip room
Katsuura Gyoen
216-19, Nachikatsuura-cho, Higashimuro-gun, 649-5334
tel 0735-52-0333 fax 0735-52-3887
Open air bath
Access From Kiikatsuura sta., it takes 10 min. on foot. Or take a taxi from the station. It takes 3 min. Room 122 rooms, 690 people Japanese 90 rooms (W/Bath 57) semi-European 16 rooms (W/Bath 16) Western 7 rooms (W/Bath 7) Special 9 room Facilities banquet hall (12), conference room (1) restaurant, snack bar, coffee shop, night bar, mah-jong room, kiosk, game center,wedding hall Japanese tavern Meals dinner-Japanese style breakfast-Japanese style Information Osaka 06-6303-0101 Nagoya 052-521-0222 Tokyo 03-3983-5265
more than three (*) from March to May, from mid-September to late-August from October to November

35. Ryokan | Define Ryokan At
–noun, plural kan, -kans. a traditional Japanese inn or small hotel whose floors are covered with tatami. Use ryokan in a Sentence See images of ryokan Search ryokan on the

36. Ryokan Bentenkaku
Located in the Naruko spa area. Information on rules and rates, spa and reservations.

37. Kyoto Ryokan NISHIYAMA RYOKAN Japanese Style Ryokan
Experience the real Japan at our affordable ryokan. Close to major tourist spots in Kyoto.
Kyoto Ryokan- Japanese style hotel. NISHIYAMA RYOKAN
Kyoto Ryokan Link Hotel Sanoya Izumiya Ryokan Matumoto Ryokan Hotel Sugicho ... Ryokan Wakamiya More than 2,000 visitors from around the world stay with us each year.
Located in the heart of Kyoto, we are at the center of the city's major sightseeing points.
and English speaking staff are always on duty on the front desk.
Please enjoy traditional Japanese culture at very reasonable rates.
We'd like to welcome you with open arms - hospitality Japanese style. FREE EVENT at NISHIYAMA RYOKAN Lobby
We are holding free Japanese Culture events like Tea Ceremony anb Koto Concert at our lobby mostly on Friday. For details, please have a look at Ryokan Information Please see if you want to learn the hotel charge of each room. Nishiyama is to be safe and comfortable home in Kyoto for our guests. Frequently Asked Questions There are some comments which our guest wrote about our hotel.
Gokomachi St.-Nijyo Sagaru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto 604-0933
TEL 075-222-1166 FAX 075-231-3558

38. 京都の旅館「いろは旅館」公式サイト
Located in Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto. With guide to discounts, facilities, rooms, transportation, and directions to Universal Studios Japan.
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39. Japanese Inns - About Ryokan Japanese Inns
ryokan Japanese inns information. ryokan is a traditional Japanese inn, and it is different from a Western style hotel.
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