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It’s a different matter with ryokan, Japan’s traditional and often premium-priced inns, but outside the stellar class of regular hotels charging astronomical rates, their down-to-earth cousins aren’t usually the kind of places to feel too strongly about. You generally expect little by way of character and interior decor, and can only simply hope the Internet connection speed isn’t a throwback to antediluvian dial-up days.

But then there’s the Fujiya Hotel, which stands dinstintively apart from the pack.

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