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KUMAANO Farm & Guesthouse
Guesthouse/B&B
Rental House
Koguchi
Kumanogawa
KUMAANO Farm & Guesthouse is located in the upper reaches of the isolated Koguchi settlement in the middle of the Kumano Kodo, Ogumotori-goe and Kogumotori-goe sections.  The building was built by the owner who often travelled to India.  His trips inspired him with the name, the extended MAA in Kumano means mother, to interprete the great mother nature of the sacred Kumano mountains.  Surrounding the cottage are mountains and forests with patches of agricultural land fashioned out of the slopes.  The meals are focused around organic vegetables grown in nearby gardens.  The owner welcomes people to enjoy the unique setting.

This cottage is for private use.  Only one booking per day starting from 2 guests.  Single occupancy is not accepted.

NOTE: during the planting season (end of April to beginning of May) & harvest season (beginning of September) no meals will be prepared.  But instant food and local vegetables are for sale at this time.

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Sansaro Cafe & Guesthouse
Homestay
Koguchi
Kumanogawa

Sansaro Cafe & Guesthouse is a "mountain-side cool" home stay in Kumano-gawa village (15 minute bus ride from Koguchi).  It was opened in 2014 by Ms. Uzawa, who fell in love with the location in the natural surroundings. She is a dynamic soul with strong interest in yoga, music, food, healing, and the vitality of the Kumano region. Sansaro is a cafe with a house next door. There is one guestroom in the cafe itself, the others are in the house.  It overlooks the Akagi-gawa river and rice fields with mountains framing the horizon on all sides.  The Kanmaru bus stop is nearby.  Music is a mainstay with a DJ stand, piano, and other instruments.  An onsen ticket is given to guests on check-in to use the nearby Satsuki hot spring bath for free.


◆ IMPORTANT NOTICE ◆ Sorry, House Guestrooms are closed for the time being.

※ Cafe room is available.

NOTE: No Meal Plan doesn't include Free pass to Satsuki Onsen.


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.

More information about the Go To Travel Campaign Please read this first before making a reservation request >>

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@koguchi
Homestay
Koguchi
@koguchi is like a home-away-from-home in this remote mountain settlement.  It is located just outside of the Koguchi community between Hongu and Nachi. The owner has renovated her grandmother's house, preserving its rural village charm while adding warm modern elements.  In memory of her grandma, guests will be treated to a variety of her grandmother's traditional Japanese-style recipes such as wild boar and hot pot cooking.  The house is perfect for a private group stay, from as few as one to seven people as a stop on the Kumano Kodo Nakahechi pilgrimage route, or as a rural mountain visit. Relax in wicker chairs or stroll around the verdant green and breathe deeply from your new "second home."

The owner will pick up guests from the Kowaze Ferry Ruins or Koguchi -- just send her an email, and see them off to either the Kogumotori or Ogumotori trailheads nearby in the morning.

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Koguchi Shizen-no-Ie
Minshuku
Koguchi
Kumanogawa

Shizen-no-Ie is an old junior high school that was beautifully renovated as a lodge. 
It is located in the tiny community of Koguchi, half-way between Nachi and Hongu, thus making it an important overnight stop on the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route. To the south is the Ogumotori-goe trail and to the north is the Kogumotori-goe trail.

It is also popular with fisherman, students, and families as a summer vacation spot.  There is a small river and shrine next to the lodge.  This is a great area to enjoy the peacefulness of an isolated mountain village.

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Kumano Kodo Lodge "Kumoma" in Koguchi
Guesthouse/B&B
Koguchi
Kumano Kodo Lodge "Kumoma" in Koguchi, once an old agricultural cooperative building, is now a village guesthouse and artists' retreat. It is conveniently located between the Ogumotori-goe trailhead and access to the Kogumotori-goe, in front of the Minakata shop, about 200 meters from the Koguchi bus stop. The name "Kumoma" literally translates as "between the clouds," referring to the two Kumotori passes. The owner opened the inn in 2019. He had traveled to the Kumano area for work many times and liked the area, and finally found and renovated the current location in Koguchi. He had worked various trades as part of a work-for-experience program which he now promotes and wanted to create an appealing stay for both artists and Kumano Kodo hikers in Koguchi at the urging of other locals. The interior is spacious and relaxed. Guests can have either a western-style or Japanese-style room, or rent-out the whole guesthouse. A light breakfast comes with the stay. Bento box meals for dinner and the following day's lunch can be ordered in advance upon request. There is also a small kitchenette with a refrigerator, microwave oven, and hot pot. This inn is the closest to the Ogumotori-goe trailhead.

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Takata Green Land (Kumotori Onsen)
Hotel
Koguchi
Takata

Takata Green Land is an accommodation and onsen facility in a small community tucked into the lush mountains on the beautiful Takata river. It is about 30 minutes by free shuttle bus from Shingu or Koguchi, making this a good option for those walking the Kogumotori-goe and Ogumotori-goe sections of the Kumano Kodo.  There are three buildings, the main building has western guestrooms and hot spring baths; the annex has Japanese style guestrooms; and the original building houses the dining room.  The stone outdoor hot spring baths (Kumotori Onsen) and fresh, Japanese cuisine are highlights of a stay at Takata Green Land.


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.

More information about the Go To Travel Campaign Please read this first before making a reservation request >>

NOTE: Single occupancy is not available at all times.

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KUMAANO Farm &amp; Guesthouse is located in the upper reaches of the isolated Koguchi settlement in the middle of the Kumano Kodo, Ogumotori-goe and Kogumotori-goe sections.&nbsp; The building was built by the owner who often travelled to India.&nbsp; His trips inspired him with the name, the extended MAA in Kumano means mother, to interprete the great mother nature of the sacred Kumano mountains.&nbsp; Surrounding the cottage are mountains and forests with patches of agricultural land fashioned out of the slopes.&nbsp; The meals are focused around organic vegetables grown in nearby gardens.&nbsp; The owner welcomes people to enjoy the unique setting.<br /><br />This cottage is for private use.&nbsp; Only one booking per day starting from 2 guests.&nbsp; Single occupancy is not accepted.<br /><br />NOTE: during the planting season (end of April to beginning of May) &amp; harvest season (beginning of September) no meals will be prepared.&nbsp; But instant food and local vegetables are for sale at this time. accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 471 False KUMAANO Farm & Guesthouse kumaano-guesthouse
<p>Sansaro Cafe &amp; Guesthouse is a "mountain-side cool" home stay in Kumano-gawa village (15 minute bus ride from Koguchi).&nbsp; It was opened in 2014 by Ms. Uzawa, who fell in love with the location in the natural surroundings. She is a dynamic soul with strong interest in yoga, music, food, healing, and the vitality of the Kumano region. Sansaro is a cafe with a house next door. There is one guestroom in the cafe itself, the others are in the house.&nbsp; It overlooks the Akagi-gawa river and rice fields with mountains framing the horizon on all sides.&nbsp; The Kanmaru bus stop is nearby.&nbsp; Music is a mainstay with a DJ stand, piano, and other instruments. &nbsp;An onsen ticket is given to guests on check-in to use the nearby Satsuki hot spring bath for free.<br /><br /><br /><strong style="color: #ff0000;">◆ IMPORTANT NOTICE ◆ Sorry, House Guestrooms are closed for the time being.<br /><br /></strong><span style="color: #ff0000;"><strong>※ Cafe room is available.<br /><br />NOTE: No Meal Plan doesn't include Free pass to Satsuki Onsen.</strong></span><br /><br /><span style="color: #ff0000;"><strong>Go To Travel Campaign</strong></span><br /><br />The&nbsp;<strong>Go To Travel Campaign</strong>&nbsp;is an initiative of the federal government of Japan to support the tourism industry which has been hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.&nbsp; 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.&nbsp;&nbsp;<br /><br /><strong>This Campaign in only for Japanese citizens or foreign residence of Japan.</strong><br /><br />IMPORTANT: Cancellation fees are applied as to the terms and conditions of booking based on the original price plan before the discount.<br /><br /><a href="https://www.tb-kumano.jp/en/2020/09/10/5874/" target="_blank">More information about the Go To Travel Campaign Please read this first before making a reservation request &gt;&gt;</a></p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 317 False Sansaro Cafe & Guesthouse sansaro-cafe-and-guesthouse
@koguchi is like a home-away-from-home in this remote mountain settlement.&nbsp; It is located just outside of the Koguchi community between Hongu and Nachi. The owner has renovated her grandmother's house, preserving its rural village charm while adding warm modern elements.&nbsp; In memory of her grandma, guests will be treated to a variety of her grandmother's traditional Japanese-style recipes such as wild boar and hot pot cooking.&nbsp; The house is&nbsp;perfect for a private group stay, from as few as one to seven people as a stop on the Kumano Kodo Nakahechi pilgrimage route, or as a rural mountain visit. Relax in wicker chairs or stroll around the verdant green&nbsp;and&nbsp;breathe deeply from your new "second home."<br /><br />The owner will pick up guests from the Kowaze Ferry Ruins or Koguchi -- just send her an email, and see them off to either the Kogumotori or Ogumotori trailheads nearby in the morning. accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 498 False @koguchi koguchi
<p>Shizen-no-Ie is an old junior high school that was beautifully renovated as a lodge.&nbsp; <br />It is located in the tiny community of Koguchi, half-way between Nachi and Hongu, thus making it an important overnight stop on the <a href="http://www.tb-kumano.jp/en/kumano-kodo/nakahechi.html" target="_blank">Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route</a>. To the south is the <a href="http://www.tb-kumano.jp/en/kumano-kodo/ogumotori-goe.html" target="_blank">Ogumotori-goe trail</a> and to the north is the <a href="http://www.tb-kumano.jp/en/kumano-kodo/kogumotori-goe.html" target="_blank">Kogumotori-goe trail</a>. <br /><br />It is also popular with fisherman, students, and families as a summer vacation spot.&nbsp; There is a small river and shrine next to the lodge.&nbsp; This is a great area to enjoy the peacefulness of an isolated mountain village.</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 133 False Koguchi Shizen-no-Ie koguchi-shizen-no-ie
Kumano Kodo Lodge "Kumoma" in Koguchi, once an old agricultural cooperative building, is now a village guesthouse and artists' retreat. It is conveniently located between the Ogumotori-goe trailhead and access to the Kogumotori-goe, in front of the Minakata shop, about 200 meters from the Koguchi bus stop. The name "Kumoma" literally translates as "between the clouds," referring to the two Kumotori passes. The owner opened the inn in 2019. He had traveled to the Kumano area for work many times and liked the area, and finally found and renovated the current location in Koguchi.&nbsp;He had worked various trades as part of a work-for-experience program which he now promotes and&nbsp;wanted to create an appealing stay for both artists and Kumano Kodo hikers in Koguchi at the urging of other locals. The interior is spacious and relaxed. Guests can have either a western-style or Japanese-style room, or rent-out the whole guesthouse. A light breakfast comes with the stay. Bento box meals for dinner and the following day's lunch can be ordered in advance upon request.&nbsp;There is also a small kitchenette with a refrigerator, microwave oven, and hot pot. This inn is the closest to the Ogumotori-goe trailhead. accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 455 False Kumano Kodo Lodge "Kumoma" in Koguchi kumano-kodo-lodge-kumoma-in-koguchi
<p>Takata Green Land is an accommodation and onsen facility in a small community tucked into the lush mountains on the beautiful Takata river. It is about 30 minutes by free shuttle bus from Shingu or Koguchi, making this a good option for those walking the Kogumotori-goe and Ogumotori-goe sections of the Kumano Kodo.&nbsp; There are three buildings, the main building has western guestrooms and hot spring baths; the annex has Japanese style guestrooms; and the original building houses the dining room.&nbsp; The stone outdoor hot spring baths (Kumotori Onsen) and fresh, Japanese cuisine are highlights of a stay at Takata Green Land.<br /><br /><span style="color: #ff0000;"><strong><br />Go To Travel Campaign</strong></span></p> <br />The <strong>Go To Travel Campaign</strong> is an initiative of the federal government of Japan to support the tourism industry which has been hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.&nbsp; 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.&nbsp; <br /><br /><strong>This Campaign in only for Japanese citizens or foreign residence of Japan.</strong><br /><br />IMPORTANT: Cancellation fees are applied as to the terms and conditions of booking based on the original price plan before the discount.<br /><br /><a href="https://www.tb-kumano.jp/en/2020/09/10/5874/" target="_blank">More information about the Go To Travel Campaign Please read this first before making a reservation request &gt;&gt;</a> <br /><br /><span style="color: #ff0000;">NOTE: Single occupancy is not available at all times.</span> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 269 False Takata Green Land (Kumotori Onsen) takata-green-land-kumotori-onsen
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