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Hakusanri (白山市)

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920-2323 石川县 白山市 51-5 Ne Senami
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Ms. Yokohama 写了一条点评 2020年10月
日本横滨市611 分享127 推荐
I don’t have any photos of the 7 meals our group ate here, because the food items and the presentation looked rather ordinary. What was extraordinary was the quality of the food. I had the very best tempura of my lifetime of eating a lot of tempura, including in some famous restaurant. Especially outstanding was its holder: instead of putting the tempura in a paper, it was in a deep-fried harumaki (spring or egg roll) wrapper that had been fried in the shape of a cup. It was crunchy and edible and absolutely not oily. Go there even just for the tempura, and you’ll be happy. For example, all tempura places serve eggplant tempura. This place, instead of cooking the usual Japanese eggplants used very small ones, cooked whole. The tempura was so good that the usual dipping sauce was unnecessary. We added only a dab of salt. Another dish I enjoyed was lotus root stuffed with crab. The sashimi was incredible. At one meal, small cooked and flavored fish (tsukudani) were served inside Chinese lantern plant “lanterns”. Very pretty! I can’t say enough about how wonderful the meals were. We had three dinners there; each one had different items from the others. The same was true at breakfast. There were no menus. We ate what we were served. The food was mainly Japanese, but some of the breakfasts included western items such as fried eggs and ham. Hakusanri is 40 minutes’ drive from Matto station, in the mountains. The location is very quiet. In the lobby, beautiful hand-crafted jewelry and ceramics were for sale, as was fresh garden produce and home-made condiments. The room arrangements were strange, to put it mildly. Some rooms had no toilet or sink, and only a 15-cm.-diameter mirror hanging on the wall. Our group stayed in many rooms. None of them had a tub or shower, running water, or a phone. Each room had its own air conditioning unit, so we could set the temperature at a level that was comfortable for us. The hotel’s public ofuro (spa/bath) was pleasant. The water was not so hot as to be unbearable for a non-Japanese. The ofuro had a view of woods, and the facilities were easy to use. The ofuro is also used by the public during set hours. I recommend that you find out when hotel guests only are allowed there and go at those times. We were charged extra for bath towels (100 yen per person per stay). In a room where three of us stayed, there were only 2 hand towels. Each guest received one free bottle of water per stay. All the rooms are on the second floor, up a steep and narrow staircase. There is no elevator. Those of us who had big suitcases had trouble getting up to their rooms. There was no bellhop to assist with that. The beds were firm. All the rooms were different in design. Most had both regular beds and bunk beds. None had arrangements for sleeping with futons on the floor. Some had only one table; some had two. Every room had a small refrigerator. Most of the meals were served at tables with chairs. For breakfast, seating was on cushions on the floor, but low chairs were available. Several in our group have bad knees, but they were comfortable using those chairs. Toilets and sinks with mirrors were available on both the first and second floors. Although the dinners and breakfasts were excellent, I don’t recommend eating lunch here. The menu is limited and the food is at best ordinary. Perhaps the chef is off at lunch time. So far as I could tell, none of the staff spoke English, so be sure you have a Japanese friend or a translation app with you. The public facilities at Hakusanri are closed on Thursdays. The cleaning staff seemed also to be off that day. Our rooms were untouched that day, but taken care of on the other days of our stay.
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入住日期:2020年8月
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hata 写了一条点评 2019年1月
Takaoka-shi, Toyama, Japan1,001 分享203 推荐
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年末に宿泊したのですが、雪が降ったので、到着までの道路がガタガタでした。 土曜でも平日と料金が同じで、風呂の評判がよさそうなので宿泊してみました。 料金はうどん鍋が6,500円、牛ステーキが7,000円で大人も子ども同一料金でした。 館内は暖かったです。 ただ、真冬なのに部屋に大きな虫がいたのには驚きました。 一階が風呂や食事処で、二階が宿泊部屋となっており、部屋はベッドが2つと2段ベッドが2つありました。 大きさとしては十分でした。 トイレは部屋を出たところにあるので便利でしたが、冷蔵庫は1階の食事処の奥にあるので少し不便でした。 風呂は湯船が一つで、注ぎ口付近は温度が低め、奥はそれよりは高くなっています。 立ち寄り客が結構、多く、時間によっては狭く感じるかもしれません。 無色無臭の温泉で循環していますが、肌の滑りがよくなりましたし、体は温まりました。 料理はボリュームがありました。 うどん鍋にはご飯が付くので特に多く感じました。 味のほうは特筆すべきところはないです。
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入住日期:2018年12月
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harumyan132 写了一条点评 2018年10月
東京, 日本304 分享48 推荐
金沢から車で30分くらい 東京から白山ホワイトロードで訪れてもいい。今の季節は紅葉が美しい。 この宿の温泉は熱くないが しっかり温まる。窓一面に広がる山はだの紅葉は素晴らしい。派手な所はないが 素朴な所が 心休まる。
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入住日期:2018年10月旅行类型: 情侣游
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ky527 写了一条点评 2018年4月
日本金泽市2,218 分享8,475 推荐
白山市の白山下の近く日帰り風呂ですかなり小さい風呂ですが湯はトロトロですごく暖かさが長持ちします。レストランもあります,近くの野菜も売っていますすごく安いです
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入住日期:2017年8月
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めぐみ さ 写了一条点评 2017年1月
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知るひとぞ知るいい温泉です☺とろとろの優しいお湯でお肌はつるつる。ぬるめのお湯なのでリラックス効果抜群です。冬は雪景色を見ながら癒されてます。お風呂上がりはレストラン🎵白山のなめこそばで心も体も満足です☺
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入住日期:2017年1月旅行类型: 情侣游
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US$126 - US$223 (基于标准间的平均价格)
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日本中部Hokuriku石川县白山市
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关于Hakusanri的常见问题
Hakusanri附近有哪些热门景点?
附近的景点包括Watagataki Falls(距此地 3.3 千米)、Torigoe Castle Remains(距此地 7.6 千米)和Tedori Gorge(距此地 3.4 千米)。
Hakusanri附近有哪些餐厅?
交通便利的餐厅包括Soba Yamagishi、Soba Yamaneko和Detza。
Hakusanri附近有任何历史景点吗?
许多旅行者热衷于参观Torigoe Castle Remains(距此地 7.6 千米)。