Ryokans for Solo Travelers

TOP5 Ryokans for Solo Travelers in Gifu

If you are a solo traveler, you should stay at small cozy ryokans.  You’ll be able to relax in a tranquil atmosphere.  Also, I would recommend staying on a weekday.  Weekends tend to be more family-friendly.  Then if this is your first visit to Takayama, you should stay around Takayama Station as there are some restaurants, shops, sightseeing spots, etc.

Wanosato
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Wanosato

This is a luxury authentic onsen ryokan near Takayama Station.  Access to the property would be easy.  If you are a connoisseur of Japan, you should stay here. Read more
Yatsusankan
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Yatsusankan

This is an authentic onsen ryokan.  If you love Japanese culture, food, and hospitality, I would recommend it.  Perhaps, if you are a connoisseur of Japan, you should stay here. Read more
Honjin Hiranoya Kachoan
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Honjin Hiranoya Kachoan

This is a lovely place.  If this is your first time staying at ryokans, you should stay here.  The inside of the building is a modern design expressing unique Japanese sensitivity. Read more
Ryokan Asunaro
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Ryokan Asunaro

This is not luxury, but very cozy.  Staff welcomed us warmly.  You wouldn’t feel like you’re checking in a ryokan, it’s like you’re being welcome back home.  They are absolutory the loveliest group. Read more
Yunoshimakan
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Yunoshimakan

This is not luxury, but very charming and quaint.  To be frank, the property wouldn’t be to everybody’s taste, some like it, but others don’t.  If you are a person who enjoys inconvenience, this would be great. Read more