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Standard with Half Board "Shabu-shabu of Shinshuu Beef and Original dishes"

"This is our standard accommodation plan."

After entering the quaint front gate,
You can find a good old Japanese world there with quiet, relaxed and historical atmosphere.

Well-established Ryokan with over 110 Years of History
Established in 1901, Jinpyokaku is a historic ryokan loved by many writers and artists such as Yasunari Kawabata, Soseki Natsume, Akiko Yosano, and Fumiko Hayashi. We are a quiet ryokan with six rooms where you can feel at home. Even though we are a traditional onsen ryokan, our facilities are equipped with all the modern comforts. Wi-Fi is available in every room.

Delicious Cuisine cooked by Okami
Main dish of dinner is "Shabu-shabu of Shinshu beef".
Fresh local ingredients are carefully cooked by Okami. We serve simple original but delicious dishes that take advantage of the freshness of local ingredients.

Hot Springs Blessed with Nature
We use 100% fresh spring water and never recycle the water. Relax while soaking in the hot springs. We have separate men's and women's indoor bathing facilities, a mixed-gender indoor bath, an open-air bath for women, and an open-air mixed-gender bath.

Snow Monkeys and Snow Activities
Kambayashi Onsen is behind Yudanaka Shibu Onsen in Nagano Prefecture and the closest hot springs to Jigokudani Yaen Koen where monkeys can be seen soaking in the natural hot waters. It is also near Shiga Kogen Ski Resort, one venue of the 1998 Nagano Olympics and a convenient place for sightseeing in Nagano.
Check-in From 15:00 to 17:30(HH:MM)
Check-out Until 10:00(HH:MM)
Dining breakfast ・dinner
Deadline of reservations Until 10:00(HH:MM) of 1 day(s) before the accommodation date
We serve "Shabu-shabu of Shinshuu Beef" as main dish and other original dishes cooked by Okami.
We serve "Shabu-shabu of Shinshuu Beef" as main dish and other original dishes cooked by Okami.
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