Onsen Minshuku Wadama

  • Onsen Minshuku Wadama

    Onsen Minshuku Wadama

  • Sign

    Sign

  • Japanese style guestroom

    Japanese style guestroom

  • Japanese style guestroom

    Japanese style guestroom

  • View from entrance

    View from entrance

  • Downstairs western style bedroom

    Downstairs western style bedroom

  • View from guestroom

    View from guestroom

  • Japanese style guestroom

    Japanese style guestroom

  • Downstairs sitting room

    Downstairs sitting room

  • Relaxing room

    Relaxing room

  • Onsen bath

    Onsen bath

  • Onsen bath change room

    Onsen bath change room

  • Onsen bath

    Onsen bath

  • Mini-kitchen

    Mini-kitchen

  • Microwave oven and refrigerator

    Microwave oven and refrigerator

  • Washing area

    Washing area

  • Sink and toilet

    Sink and toilet

  • Toilet

    Toilet

  • Dining room

    Dining room

  • Japanese style guestroom

    Japanese style guestroom

  • Entrance lantern

    Entrance lantern

 Description

Slow-stay in Yunomine Onsen

Onsen Minshuku Wadama is tucked away on a small sidewalk in the middle of Yunomine Onsen, Japan’s spiritual hot spring.  The building was originally the small settlement’s post office and now serves as a place to stay.  The entrance and main floor are classic Japanese architecture with tatami mat flooring, sliding paper doors and rich dark wood rafters (which are low, so watch your head!).  The original post office room now features a western style bed.  The baths are classic filled with pure hot spring water heated in the depths of the earth’s surface.  Meals are vegan with local ingredients.  The owner wishes to host couples and small groups that are interested in the history and atmosphere of this older home and the onsen culture of Yunomine Onsen.

Only one booking per day.

 
Go To Travel Campaign

The Go To Travel Campaign is an initiative of the federal government of Japan to support the tourism industry which has been hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.  When you book via the KUMANO TRAVEL Community Reservation System (managed by the The Tanabe City Kumano Tourism) we are receiving the financial support aid on behalf of you and relaying this funding onto the local service providers. 

This Campaign in only for Japanese citizens or foreign residence of Japan.

IMPORTANT: Cancellation fees are applied as to the terms and conditions of booking based on the original price plan before the discount.

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Full Name

Onsen Minshuku Wadama
温泉民宿わだま

Area

Yunomine Onsen (Hongu)

Type

Minshuku

Address

156 Yunomine, Hongu-cho, Tanabe City, Wakayama Prefecture, 647-1732
〒647-1732 和歌山県田辺市本宮町湯峯156

Check-in

15:00 - 18:00

Check-out

by 10:00

Rating & Reviews

4.8

Guestroom
Baths
Meals
Location
Reception & Service

 Price Plan(s)

Onsen Minshuku Wadama

  • (Go To Travel Discount Plan) Supper & Breakfast
    8,400 yen~

Onsen Minshuku Wadama

  • (Go To Travel Discount Plan) Breakfast
    6,800 yen~

Onsen Minshuku Wadama

  • (Go To Travel Discount Plan) No Meals
    6,000 yen~

Onsen Minshuku Wadama

  • Supper & Breakfast
    8,400 yen~

Onsen Minshuku Wadama

  • Breakfast
    6,800 yen~

Onsen Minshuku Wadama

  • No Meals
    6,000 yen~

 Sanitation and Hygienic Measures

Notice
■ This accommodation follows guidelines to reduce the spread of Covid-19.

For Guests
■ Please follow the advice for the public outlined by the World Health Organization when visiting the area.

 Guestrooms

Western Style Yes
Japanese Style Yes
Mixed Style No
Other Style No
Number of Rooms 2
Maximum Guests 6
All facility is non-smoking.
Japanese style bedroom. (up to 4 people)
Western style bedroom. (up to 2 people)

Please specify which style of room you would like to sleep in.
Facilities
  • Air conditioning
  • Desk
Amenities
  • Shampoo
  • Hair conditioner
  • Body-wash
  • Soap
  • Toothbrush set
  • Hair drier
  • Face towel
  • Bath towel
  • Yukata Japanese bathrobe
  • Slippers
  • Tea
  • Coffee

 Baths

Shared Indoor Onsen
Shared Outdoor No
Shared Sauna No
Privately Reserved Onsen
Ensuite Indoor No
Ensuite Outdoor No
Note

Two hot spring baths that can be used privately.

Bath hours: open 24 hours

What is an Onsen?

How to take a Japanese bath


Complete Japanese bath guide.

 Meals

Supper
Japanese style meals served in the dining room from 18:00.
Breakfast
Japanese style meals served in the dining room from 7:00.

Refrigerator and Microwave are on 1st floor next to mini-kitchen.

Vegetarian Meals

 : Included  : Not Included

  • : Meat
  • : Fish & Seafood
  • : Eggs
  • : Dairy Products
  • : Katsuo Dashi (fish stock)
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.

More Information

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

Internet
  • Free Wi-Fi (Guestroom)
  • Free Wi-Fi (Lobby)
  • Credit Card
  • Not accepted
  • Traveler's Cheques
  • Not accepted
  • Language
    Basic English
    Services
  • Shipping
  • Notes
    Screen to watch movies on in the Japanese room.  Great for rainy days!

     Access

    Access Information

    Busses run daily to Yunomine Onsen from Kii-Tanabe Station, Shingu Station and Gojo.

    ● 1hr 30 min by bus from Kii-Tanabe Station (bus timetable 1)
    ● ~1 hour 10 minutes by bus from Shingu Station (bus timetable 3)
    ● ~4 hours by bus from Gojo (bus timetable 4)
    ● ~10 minutes by bus from Kumano Hongu Taisha (bus timetable 11)
    ● 1 minute walk from "Yunomine Onsen 湯の峰温泉" bus stop

    More bus timetables.

    Shuttle Service
    Not available.
    Parking
    Please use public parking at south end of Yunomine Onsen.