Great ryokan in the heart of Kinosakionsen. We stayed in a standard room with no breakfast or dinner.
The ryokan has a private onsen, a female public bath, and a male public bath. The male bath is small but nice. You get a pass to go to all the onsens in town for free, and your own pair of yukata, geta, jacket, and a second jacket for cold weather.
The service is excellent, though speaking a little japanese will go a long way. Before 430pm there is fluent English speaking staff, but at night there is nobody that speaks English.
The rooms are clean, traditional, and quiet. Very fun to spend time on tatami mats and sleep on the floor in futons. At night, you fall asleep to the click-clop of geta on old streets and the laughter of friends and family warm from the onsen. It is really a step back in time, and every minute was a joy.