Minshuku Tsugizakura is named after the nearby Tsugizakura-oji, an ancient shrine with centuries old trees along the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route. The Nonaka-no-Shimizu spring, one of Japan’s 100 famous waters, is just around the corner.
Minshuku Tsugizakura is a simple home that was turned into a guesthouse at the beginning of 2011 by the Yuba family. Mr. Yuba is a professional chef and worked all over Japan before returning to his hometown in the mountains to open this minshuku - which is why the traditional Japanese meals here are so delicious!
Rating & Reviews
- Reception & Service
- Supper & Breakfast
- Supper, Breakfast & Lunch box
|Number of Rooms||3|
Ensuite toilet: No
Shared western style toilet: Yes
No smoking: inside or out.
NOTE: Your futon will be laid out for you when you are eating. Therefore staff will enter your room during meal times.
● No TV in every room
● Private bath. Please take turns with other guests. Remember to lock the door to the bath.
● Bath available until 8:00 in the morning. Only shower in morning.
How to take a Japanese bath.
|Meals served in dining area from 18:30~.(Japanese style “Kaiseki” meal)|
|Meals served in dining area at 7:00.|
● NO GLUTEN FREE MEALS AVAILABLE
● Minshuku Tsugizakura is not able to accommodate Type B, C, D and E vegetarian. Also vegetarian meals may not be available during busy times. Thank you for your understanding.
- Vegetarian Meals
: Included : Not Included
Type A Type B Type C Type D Type E
Vegetarianism is not common in the Japanese countryside. Please double-check the Vegetarian Type which the service provider can accommodate to make sure that it meets your needs. Often being able to eat trace amounts of the ubiquitous Katsuo Dashi (fish stock) makes it easier to find options.
NOTE: It is difficult and not culturally sensitive to change meal requests, or make new meal demands, onsite when you arrive at accommodations. Vegetarian types must be confirmed during the reservation process and respected during your visit.
Facilities & Services
- Free WIFI (Lobby)
- Credit Card
- Not accepted
- Traveler's Cheques
- Not accepted
- Japanese only. Basic English explainations in accommodation.
- Lunch box
- Shuttle service
● Shared refrigerator (“Nonaka no Shimizu” bottled spring water, free)
● Washing and drying machine available (laundry detergent free)
● Free Wifi
- Access Information
By public bus (Nearest bus stop is “野中いっぽう杉 Nonaka-Ipposugi”)
Busses run daily to Nonaka-Ippousugi
● From JR Kii-Tanabe station: 65 minutes to Nonaka-Ipposugi, by Ryujin bus and 25 minutes walk. Bus timetable (bus timetable 1)
● From Hongu area: 45 minutes to Nonaka-Ippousugi, by Ryujin bus and 25 minutes walk. Bus timetable (bus timetable 2)
More bus timetables.
● One minute walk from Tsugizakura-oji and Nonaka-no-Shimizu spring
From Nonaka no Ippousugi: 3 minutes walk to Tsugizakura-oji
● In front of the thatched roof Toganoki-jaya, next to Tsugizakura-oji, is a staircase through the forest down to the road below and Minshuku Tsugizakura.
- Shuttle Service
Pick-up/drop off available from/to Kumano Kodo Nakahechi Michi-no-Eki, Chikatsuyu-oji, and Kobiro-oji. Please make arrangements in advance.
Free parking is available near the minshuku. (up to 10 vehicles)