Tobira Onsen Myojinkan

Tobira Onsen Myojinkan

8967 Iriyamabe, Matsumoto 380-0222 Nagano Prefecture
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Finding an ideal luxury onsen ryokan in Matsumoto does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Tobira Onsen Myojinkan, a nice option for travellers like you.

Rooms at Tobira Onsen Myojinkan provide a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a sofa, and guests can stay connected with free internet access.

In addition, while staying at Tobira Onsen Myojinkan guests have access to 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and newspaper. You can also enjoy a hot tub and an on-site restaurant. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Myojinkan Matsumoto Hotel.

Should time allow, Matsumoto i Design Fashion Institute of Technology is a popular architectural building that is relatively easy to get to.

Tobira Onsen Myojinkan puts the best of Matsumoto at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.

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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Hot bath
Sauna
Bar / lounge
Fishing
Free shuttle or taxi services
Banquet room
Valet parking
Internet
Coffee shop
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Complimentary tea
Vending machine
Shuttle bus service
Spa
Facial treatments
Full body massage
Hot spring bath
Massage
Open-air bath
Salon
Baggage storage
Concierge
Gift shop
Newspaper
Non-smoking hotel
Shops
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
Room features
Blackout curtains
Bathrobes
Air conditioning
Desk
Fireplace
Safe
Coffee / tea maker
Bath / shower
Seating area
Sofa
Telephone
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Refrigerator
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Non-smoking rooms
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Family rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Mountain View
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English, Japanese
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Tanguy M wrote a review Mar 2024
London, United Kingdom128 contributions106 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We loved this place! We stayed only one night (at the back end of a few days hiking on the Nakasendo Trail) but we truly enjoyed our stay. Perfect for some well-deserved relaxation after the hike! The hotel is a mix of a Japanese ryokan and Western style hotel - and part of the Relais & Chateaux network. After a couple of nights in more traditional ryokans, we had chosen western style rooms / bedding (very comfortable) and the French style dinner (which turned out to be fusion French / Japanese, it was delicious!) and we didn’t regret it. The onsen baths (3 different ones) are great, a very relaxing and pretty space (views out into the forest), and we enjoyed a massage at the spa. Lovely welcome and efficient service too. We wished we had stayed a bit longer!
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Date of stay: April 2023Trip type: Travelled with family
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Peter D wrote a review Mar 2021
Nagano Prefecture, Japan344 contributions249 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Almost perfect mix of 90 years' of ryokan hospitality know-how, and updated infrastructure, design, and facilities. One of the most impressive formal Japanese dinners we've ever had, and the sommelier is an enthusiastic guide who really made the whole experience work for us.
We will be back...
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Date of stay: March 2021
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Gabriela A wrote a review Apr 2024
Mexico167 contributions103 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The hotel is impressive since the arrival, with a great welcome in the grand lobby.
Guests are checked in by the person who will take care of them throughout their stay: showing them their room and the facilities, explaining the menu during the meals, etc.
Rooms are very spacious and very comfortable, full of nice details, great toiletries and dressing gowns, slippers, etc.
There are several onsen in the hotel. I visited two of them. In particular there is one that opens up onto the adjacent forest and the river below. It had snowed the day before, and the contrast between the cold environment and the hot water made the experience even better and the place itself even more beautiful.
The hotel offers a choice of kaiseki or French dinner. We chose the former and Japanese breakfast, and they were both excellent, in keeping with the rest of the hotel.
All the personnel were helpful and polite, keen to explain the food or the traditions and in general make the stay smooth and pleasant.
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Date of stay: March 2024
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Booking a room for more than one night will make the stay even better, as only one day did not...
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TashaNSW wrote a review Dec 2023
Honolulu, Hawaii35 contributions15 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
The staff, service, facilities, and room were top notch.

Once our stay was booked, we received an email questionnaire. We are both vegan and they accommodated our preference. asking for our preferences. You can select between Japanese and French cuisine. We both opted for Japanese.

When we arrived, they staff greeted us kindly and it was a delightful surprise to be led into a room filled with Christmas decorations.

We booked the "Standard Zen Suite" and were not disappointed. It comes with your own private indoor-outdoor onsen. It was heaven.

If you are new to onsen, they also provide helpful instructions upon arrival that you can read. It was my absolute favorite onsen experience. There are three different onsens for guests, each separated by gender. They also provide popsicles, hot/cold tea, in addition to the standard shampoo, conditioner, body wash, hair tonic, skin lotion etc.

When we were there they had two shuttles which ran from Matsumoto Station to pick you up. One at 3:15 pm and another at 4:30 pm.

We would both love to return!
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Date of stay: December 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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waynewagnerww wrote a review Dec 2023
6 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This was a gorgeous property with incredibly top notch luxury service. The Zen Suite is designed beautifully in a "Japandi" aesthetic that is exceptional. That suit also has its own private indoor-outdoor onsen, though the other onsens on the property were also beautiful indoor-outdoor onsens where we could feel the winter air as we soaked in the hot water. The dining was impeccable and they had amazing vegan Kaiseki courses. In addition, the lounge area was gorgeously decorated in Christmas tinsel and birch that made it feel like the most festive atmosphere. Everywhere the property felt like it blurred the indoors and outdoors while retaining a sense of warmth.

This is not a cheap property, but it is actually good value for the price.
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Date of stay: November 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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JYFlorida wrote a review Oct 2023
Naples, Florida79 contributions51 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Beautiful traditional Ryokan in the outskirts of Matsumoto.
Member of the prestigious Relais & Chateaux chain, this superb property offer 2 types of cuisine: Japanese and French, both excellent (although we had a little preference for the Japanese one!)
Our room was very large with a beautiful view and a large private onsen.
The service is excellent, attentive and very professional.
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Date of stay: October 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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satoNdoe wrote a review May 2015
TOKYO2 contributions21 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
My friend invited me to this inn when I visited Matsumoto.

When we were naked in the changing room of "Hakuryu", the most spacious indoor open-air bath, a male staff came out of the bathroom and went away, glancing at us(I met his gaze). We were stunned. My friend called the front desk and complained, then a female staff came to us, who didn't even give her name or position, just repeated "Sorry."
This bath is supposed to be "Open: 24 hours", the cleaning staff of the ladies' bath should have been women in the first place.
There was no formal apology by "Okami"(Landlady or female Manager in Japanese Inn, usually in the highest position), she didn't even bother to show up.
Upon check-out, the same female staff, who turned out to be the Manager, didn't show any expression of apology, which aggravated us ever more.
A week passed after the checkout, my friend received not even a letter of apology, as expected.
So, please be careful in the ladies' bath in this inn. Before you take off your clothes, make sure that there is no male staff around.

Rotenburo (Open air bath) was under refit and closed, there was no notice on the website/Facebook, etc., though. My friend booked this inn, but she wasn't informed of it beforehand.

My friend used to visit here sometime, and she says some of the services have gone.

Please do not expect hospitality or caring for guests in this inn, there are a lot more nicer inns in Japan. I do recommend the others.
I would never ever go there again and I would never ever recommend to anyone.
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Date of stay: May 2015
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Maria E wrote a review Jun 2017
Paris, France12 contributions16 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Pluses: remote, located in the forest, comfortable Japanese type bed

Minuses:
- Awful food, just awful, both breakfast and dinner were miserable and tasteless. French breakfast is a joke, you get salad, soup and cooked salmon.
No buffet, no choice, no basics like eggs, croissants, bread, jam... You get milk with lemon and honey 😖 at the same time for each glass of water you have to ask a waiter

- dinner was miserable that one don't expect from the relais and chateaux chain

- onsen is very small, if there is more than 2 people starts to feel uncomfortable, they don't switch the onsens every day

Overall for the price I consider it a rip-off, After such breakfast and dinner I feel like my money were just stollen.

I was surprised that this place have such good reviews. Than I noticed that 90% of bad reviews are left in Japanese, and I haven't read them careful enough before booking. Pay attention, don't waste your money.
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Date of stay: June 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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greenflubber wrote a review Oct 2016
Hong Kong, China128 contributions199 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I have stayed in over 25 ryokans in Japan over the last 7 years, ranging from basic rooms to eye-watering expensive luxurious ryokans upwards of USD $800 a night. So I was eagerly anticipating my one-night stay at Myojinkan, and was left rather disappointed.

I arrived at the ryokan at 6:00pm, past the usual check-in time so the entrance and lobby were quite dark. The check-in went well but I was surprised that there was no hot towels, green tea nor small snack to welcome us upon our arrival. All my other visits at other luxury ryokans started off with at least a cup of hot tea! The furniture in the lobby are very outdated. Now this isn't usually a problem (there was older ryokans I have stayed in before that don't feel outdated) but it just made the place feel really old. Walking around the ryokan you can see that it's not just old; it feels run-down.

I was guided to my room and shown around the ryokan. Nothing impressive, really. I booked a Western-type room with a private onsen, so it is spacious but nothing else that blew me away in terms of the size or the design. Again, a few things in the room look out-dated, and I felt that the bathroom and sink area could be cleaner (there were small specks of toothbrush flecks around the toothbrush holder area). The private onsen is spacious enough for two people to sit/lie down comfortably. However the "garden" that the private onsen is set in wasn't manicured beautifully like some other luxury ryokans I have been to. So far, not impressed. The room is also very dark - the lighting was not adjustable to go up very bright (which I needed as my partner had to spend about an hour working). I wanted to read and found that I could only read in bed next to my nightlamp.

The public onsens are beautiful, and I was relived to discover at at least there is something going for this ryokan. The standing-bath is stunning. The other rotemburo looks newly renovated which I liked, but if it was any colder it would have been uncomfortable as the entire onsen including the toilet is "outdoors" !

Food-wise I was left quite disappointed. For one, the dining area felt like a proper restaurant - which is fine, but it just didn't feel exclusive like some other luxury ryokans I have been to in this price range. The design in the restaurant is definitely stunning and modern with a nod to the traditional ryokan, which I particularly liked. But the food... wasn't much to write home about, really! Dinner was good but it wasn't great. Again, if I were paying $400 per night I wouldn't mind, but for $800+ a night I was definitely expecting a much better meal. My other more memorable ryokan dinners at Ugenta, Noboribetsu and Bettei Senjyuan were what I was expecting, but this dinner at Myojinkan didn't even come close. In fact, I could think of a few other dinners at less pricey ryokans with better food!

For breakfast we chose the Japanese style (the other option was Western which means you will go to the French restaurant for breakfast). We arrived at the restaurant at 7:15am and already all the window tables were taken so we were seated at "the Chef's table", which was essentially a window-less small room next to the open kitchen. Pretty awful, really. The size is fine if it had a window but it was just terribly small. This is coming from someone who lives in a small apartment in Hong Kong, so I am not even close to claustrophobic! Food was again, good but not great. The best thing at breakfast was actually the cold tofu - the texture was very good.

Service was again ok but no one went out of the way to get us things or anticipate our needs, which is basically what ryokans are famous for.

In summary, I will say that if this ryokan was 2/3 of the price I paid it would have been fine (I would have given it 4 stars then), but for this price you have plenty of other options! Will I be back? Most definitely not. I have been to enough ryokans to know the difference between a luxury ryokan and one that is very mediocre. My advice is for you to choose the cheapest room in Myojinkan and enjoy the public baths. This way you wouldn't feel like you are not getting value for what you paid!
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Date of stay: October 2016
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Get the cheapest room as it is not worth paying double of that for a private onsen room
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aritthal wrote a review Jul 2016
Ishpeming, Michigan4 contributions9 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
For all the negative reviews this place is getting, I don't believe it is warranted. From a western perspective (United States) it probably doesn't live up to Ritz-Carlton expectations, but from a purely Japanese perspective, this is among the best rural accommodations you will find in Japan. The remote location in the Japanese Alps gives one the feeling of the busy cities and train itinerary melting away to pure relaxation. This is also an ideal hiking spot near some mountain trails, although they are a bit overgrown. If you are interested in trying an authentic Japanese Ryokan, enjoy remote locations away from people/noise, want to try something new, or just want to relax, Myojinkan should be on your list.

My wife and I stayed in Myojinkan for 3 nights, tried all meals, sampled all public baths and even had our own private bath. We stayed in the Iyashi Japanese Style room with Private Open-air Bath. The room had a minibar with sports drinks and alcohol that was pay per item. The bathroom was standard Japanese style with shower and small bathtub, which came with a razor, hair brushes, toothbrushes, q-tips, hair dryer, soap, shampoo, and conditioner. The living room doubled as a bedroom, came with a flat-screen television (which worked with Chrome cast), had English newspapers (Japan Times) delivered everyday, Wagashi (Japanese sweets) provided after room cleaning, and the futon mattresses were firm. There was extra padding for the futons in the closet that I took full advantage of. There was a side room with air conditioning and two recliners facing a large outdoor window to the Japanese rock garden and mountainside. The private bath (Rotenburo) was a Japanese Cypress tub with hot spring water. The temperature was adjustable and was a divine experience. The room also include hot water for making tea (Sencha green or Peach tea were available), a few beanbag like pillows for sitting on the floor, and a safe for storing passports/valuables.

All three of the public baths were lovely. My wife and I particularly enjoyed the deep water bath for stand-up bathing. The grand bath had both indoor and outdoor facilities, and the lay down bath was also quite pleasant. With this in mind, as a Westerner my advice would be to visit this Onsen on an off day of the week rather than a Saturday or Sunday night. We stayed Thursday to Sunday and Saturday night the population at the Onsen filled right up. The public baths were much more crowded, which isn't bad but may be uncomfortable to Westerners.

The hotel offered Japanese or Western style breakfast. Japanese was an experience. The egg plant they serve is absolutely delicious (Oishii!) and the miso soup is to die for. Flavor wise the breakfast was great, but some of the textures may not befit Western standards for breakfast. Also the size of breakfast is quite large for both, but don't feel pressured to finish everything. The Western breakfast was an elegant version of a standard western breakfast. For Japanese people, I am sure the breakfast is very special, but for Westerners like us, it was only pleasant and not exceptional.

For dinner, the options were French or Japanese Kaiseki. The French dinner was very good and represented European tastes very accurately. This is the standard elegant European dinner with 5 forks and 3-4 knives, but there was still some Japanese influence in the dishes. The Japanese dinner was very impressive. The eel (Unagi), Shinshu beef, and Lemon Crem Brulee were super good. This dinner is challenging for Westerners regarding chopsticks. The hardest thing I had to eat was a grilled baby tomato, very soft and hard to grip. Don't let this deter you though as the food is truly delicious.

On the final night (busy night) we missed out on a table with a good view and instead sat at the Chef's table. This was fine for me as I was able to view the Chef's plating the food, but my wife could only see me and the wall. They moved us to a seat with a view of the mountains once the dining room had cleared out a little bit.

Drinks with dinner were on offer including bottles of wine, sake, shochu, beer, and soft drinks/juices by the glass. The Alcohol was fairly reasonable, especially by the bottle, but the soft drinks were very high priced. I suppose I am used to the states where a Coke is $2.50 max, versus here at 600 yen... (drinks were extra beside water and tea)

A few other words for travelers seeking to visit Myojinkan, if you have food allergies, the hotel will ask you so please tell them. Also if you are allergic to stinging insects, be aware that there will be large bumble bees and wasps around the hotel in the summer and fall months. An Epi pen is strongly advised. We used a pocket Wifi we rented in Tokyo while we there so I can't comment on the internet in the lobby. Other than that, all of the staff we met in the hotel were extremely friendly even if they could barely understand us (except for the 1 person by the front desk who had very good English skills).

In summary, I would definitely go back to Myojinkan if I visit Japan again. The experience was once in a lifetime.
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Date of stay: July 2016
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Answer from LaOenophile
Zurich, Switzerland40 contributions50 helpful votes
Hello, I’m pretty sure there are but as we were there in deep snow there were no opportunities for us so we didn’t really ask. Sorry I can’t be of more help!
Answer from cecicatalano
Buenos Aires60 contributions21 helpful votes
No sign, but we were contacted by the hotel a couple of days before our arrival, and between some questions from them they've attached a map of where you need to meet the van. It's just outside the station and he can has the name of the hotel, so pretty easy to find. If they don't get in contact, I would email them to ask for the map. Enjoy
Answer from Keith B
Karuizawa-machi, Japan218 contributions90 helpful votes
Yes, there is a very good possibility that there will be snow. I cannot give you a specific room number, however you want to book a Seiryuan Type room. When you make your reservation, which should be now as the ryokan is very popular, specify that you want an outside, open-air bath so that you can hear the passing river. You can only hear the river from outside as most of the rooms windows do not open, which is unfortunate. You can hear the river, but not see it. All rooms basically have the same, hill-facing, view. Pray for snow, it's beautiful. BTW, there is also a private lounge open from 15:00 - 19:00. It is only available to frequent guests and it's quite pleasant. Complimentary wine and champagne is served. It is my understanding that other guests can gain access at a special rate. You should inquire when you make your reservation.
Gabriela A wrote a tip Apr 2024
Mexico167 contributions103 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Booking a room for more than one night will make the stay even better, as only one day did not seem enough to make the most of our stay."
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Pv2017 wrote a tip Apr 2018
London, United Kingdom192 contributions132 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"have your own private onsen"
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Marshall E wrote a tip Jul 2017
NYC225 contributions66 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Tatami room is a must if you can deal with sleeping on the floor"
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R113 wrote a tip May 2017
Zurich, Switzerland1,149 contribution208 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"a room with a private Onsen"
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greenflubber wrote a tip Oct 2016
Hong Kong, China128 contributions199 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Get the cheapest room as it is not worth paying double of that for a private onsen room"
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HK$4,265 - HK$5,858 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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LOCATION
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
45
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Frequently Asked Questions about Tobira Onsen Myojinkan
Which popular attractions are close to Tobira Onsen Myojinkan?
Nearby attractions include Utsukushigahara Highlands (5.3 km), Utsukushigahara Openair Museum (7.2 km), and Takabotchi Highlands (7.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Tobira Onsen Myojinkan?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a spa.
Which room amenities are available at Tobira Onsen Myojinkan?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a refrigerator, and blackout curtains.
What food & drink options are available at Tobira Onsen Myojinkan?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Tobira Onsen Myojinkan?
Yes, free parking and valet parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Tobira Onsen Myojinkan?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ogatohoteru, Yamamoto-Goya Furusato-Kan, and Gyoza Las Vegas.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Tobira Onsen Myojinkan?
Yes, guests have access to a sauna during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Tobira Onsen Myojinkan?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Japanese.
Are there any historical sites close to Tobira Onsen Myojinkan?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Kaichi Gakko Primary School (12.0 km), Yohashira Shrine (11.4 km), and Nakamachi Kurassic-kan (11.2 km).
Does Tobira Onsen Myojinkan have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.
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