Lodging > Japanese Inn ( Standard )
Nunoya Ryokan is over 80 years old and embodies traditional charms of that old Japanese Inn feeling. Stepping into Nunoya Ryokan is like stepping back in time with it's wooden walls, the distinct smell of tatami (traditional Japanese straw mats) and even the delightfully nostalgic televisions in the rooms all create a feeling of a bygone age. The Ryokan is located within walking distance of most of Matsumoto's places of interest, such as Matsumoto Castle, the Museum of Art famous for Yayoi Kusama's installations, and more importantly with close access to bus and train stations. Walking to and from Nunoya Ryokan along Nakamachi street is a pleasure in itself, as the street is famous for its charming shops and kura - traditional Japanese warehouses which are a true symbol of the town's rich heritage.