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Tenku-no-Satoyama
Rental House
Takahara

The ultimate mountain retreat in Japan!  Tenku-no-Satoyama is a private rental house in the ridge top settlement of Takahara along the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route.  The house features a lofty ceiling with open, wood beams, and four bedrooms, kitchen, toilet, and bath.  The views are spectacular: terraced rice paddies and mountain panoramas. Guests have been known to spend all day just watching the changing natural scenes, especially the mist as it flows amongst the peaks and in the valley below.    No meals are served, but there is a grocery store a 10 minute ride away in a nearby village to which the managers shuttle guests. Tenku-no-Satoyama is geared towards those looking for an immersive, quiet stay in the mountains.  Multiday stays are recommended.

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Nuruminoie Rental House (~15 minute drive from Takahara)
Rental House
Takahara
Nakahechi

Nuruminoie is a boutique rental house in Nakahechi about 15 minutes drive north of the Takahara settlement.  It is an older farm house with a designer renovation.  The fully furnished house itself is a one story wooden structure with a series of rooms, including both western and Japanese style atmospheres.  The entrance and kitchen feature an exposed ceiling to showcase traditional construction techniques. 

The relaxing space offers views over the bucolic satoyama landscape of the wide Nurumi-gawa river valley, which the name derives from.  The bamboo tress waving in the wind frame the mountains beyond. 

The mouth-watering meals are catered from the nearby Paradise Cafe, a popular local establishment.  Both Nuruminoie and Paradise Cafe are run by the Greenspace Nurumigawa Project, which runs various community development initiatives in the region.  

This is a private house rental for only one group per night.

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Kiri-no-Sato Takahara Lodge "Organic Hotel"
Ryokan
Takahara

Kiri-no-Sato Takahara Lodge is located in the ridge top village of Takahara along the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route overlooking the Hatenashi mountain range. 

The panoramic views from the lodge are breathtaking, especially when the valley is filled with morning mist. 

The water for the hot spring bath comes from Wataze Onsen in Hongu. 

Many of the ingredients for the delicious meals are produced locally and is sometimes refered to as the "Organic Hotel". 

Takahara is a very popular destination for photographers.

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Suzushiro, Rental House
Rental House
Takahara
Nakahechi

Suzushiro is a cozy cottage in Takahara owned by the young Kashiwagi family.  The views from the facility and expansive deck are fantastic.  There is a bedroom, sitting room, loft, mini-kitchen, toilet, and bath.  For the meals plan, supper is a Japanese style bento delivered to the accommodation (18:30~19:00), breakfast is western style also delivered (8:00~8:30), and the lunch box is supplied by a local shop (needed to be picked up).  Check-in is a the family’s home close to the Takahara rest area.

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Minpaku Akatsuki (5 minute drive from Takahara)
Homestay
Takahara
Nakahechi

Akatsuki is a “Minpaku” or homestay run by the cheery Maeda couple, in a neighborhood of Kurisugawa, on a narrow mountain road to the ridgetop settlement of Takahara (a 5 minute drive by car).  It is a two story home with the guestrooms on the second floor.  One guestroom has twin beds and the other sleeps with futons on the floor.  The house itself is lovingly maintained and decorated with handmade crafts and flowers.  It is a comfortable and welcoming homestay environment.  The Maedas are thrilled to open their home to visitors and look forward to offering unique experiences to guests.  Ms. Maeda playfully used the character 暁 “Akatsuki” for the name of the minpaku, which is a character in her husbands name (to make him work!).  They offer free pick-up and drop-off from Takahara, Takijiri-oji, and Kurisugawa bus stop.

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Hibiki Rental House (~15 minute drive from Takahara)
Rental House
Takahara
Nakahechi
Hibiki is a rental house in a small, quiet community in the Nakahechi area of Tanabe City associated with Café Bonte.  Café Bonte is where check-in/check-out are done and serves as the dining room for the Hikibi lodging.   Delicious meals including vegetarian options are available. 

The lovely house itself is large and very well maintained with comfortable sitting area, featuring both Japanese style and Western bedrooms.  Beautiful antiques and art decorate the home. 

The nearest bus stop is Kii-Okawa which is between Takijiri-oji and Chikatsuyu-oji.  Hibiki is not located along the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route, but shuttles from/to different trailheads in the area are possible on request. It is ~15 minute drive from Takahara in the valley below.

※Sorry, we cannot accept single travelers.

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<p>The ultimate mountain retreat in Japan!&nbsp; Tenku-no-Satoyama is a private rental house in the ridge top settlement of Takahara along the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route.&nbsp; The house features a lofty ceiling with open, wood beams, and four bedrooms, kitchen, toilet, and bath.&nbsp; The views are spectacular: terraced rice paddies and mountain panoramas. Guests have been known to spend all day just watching the changing natural scenes, especially the mist as it flows amongst the peaks and in the valley below.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;No meals are served, but there is a grocery store a 10 minute ride away in a nearby village to which the managers shuttle guests. Tenku-no-Satoyama is geared towards those looking for an immersive, quiet stay in the mountains.&nbsp; Multiday stays are recommended.</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 195 False Tenku-no-Satoyama tenku-no-satoyama
<p>Nuruminoie is a boutique rental house in Nakahechi about 15 minutes drive north of the Takahara settlement.&nbsp; It is an older farm house with a designer renovation.&nbsp; The fully furnished house itself is a one story wooden structure with a series of rooms, including both western and Japanese style atmospheres.&nbsp; The entrance and kitchen feature an exposed ceiling to showcase traditional construction techniques.&nbsp; <br /><br />The relaxing space offers views over the bucolic satoyama landscape of the wide Nurumi-gawa river valley, which the name derives from.&nbsp; The bamboo tress waving in the wind frame the mountains beyond.&nbsp; <br /><br />The mouth-watering meals are catered from the nearby Paradise Cafe, a popular local establishment.&nbsp; Both Nuruminoie and Paradise Cafe are run by the Greenspace Nurumigawa Project, which runs various community development initiatives in the region. &nbsp;<br /><br />This is a private house rental for only one group per night.</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 400 False Nuruminoie Rental House (~15 minute drive from Takahara) nuruminoie-rental-house
<p>Kiri-no-Sato Takahara Lodge is located in the ridge top village of Takahara along the <a href="http://www.tb-kumano.jp/en/kumano-kodo/nakahechi.html" target="_blank">Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route</a> overlooking the Hatenashi mountain range.&nbsp; <br /><br />The panoramic views from the lodge are breathtaking, especially when the valley is filled with morning mist.&nbsp; <br /><br />The water for the hot spring bath comes from Wataze Onsen in Hongu.&nbsp; <br /><br />Many of the ingredients for the delicious meals are produced locally and is sometimes refered to as the "Organic Hotel".&nbsp; <br /><br />Takahara is a very popular destination for photographers.</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 58 False Kiri-no-Sato Takahara Lodge "Organic Hotel" kiri-no-sato-takahara
<p>Suzushiro is a cozy cottage in Takahara owned by the young Kashiwagi family. &nbsp;The views from the facility and expansive deck are fantastic. &nbsp;There is a bedroom, sitting room, loft, mini-kitchen, toilet, and bath. &nbsp;For the meals plan, supper is a Japanese style bento delivered to the accommodation (18:30~19:00), breakfast is western style also delivered (8:00~8:30), and the lunch box is supplied by a local shop (needed to be picked up). &nbsp;Check-in is a the family&rsquo;s home close to the Takahara rest area.</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 311 False Suzushiro, Rental House suzushiro-rental-house
<p>Akatsuki is a &ldquo;Minpaku&rdquo; or homestay run by the cheery Maeda couple, in a neighborhood of Kurisugawa, on a narrow mountain road to the ridgetop settlement of Takahara (a 5 minute drive by car).&nbsp; It is a two story home with the guestrooms on the second floor.&nbsp; One guestroom has twin beds and the other sleeps with futons on the floor.&nbsp; The house itself is lovingly maintained and decorated with handmade crafts and flowers.&nbsp; It is a comfortable and welcoming homestay environment.&nbsp; The Maedas are thrilled to open their home to visitors and look forward to offering unique experiences to guests.&nbsp; Ms. Maeda playfully used the character 暁 &ldquo;Akatsuki&rdquo; for the name of the minpaku, which is a character in her husbands name (to make him work!).&nbsp; They offer free pick-up and drop-off from Takahara, Takijiri-oji, and Kurisugawa bus stop.</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 344 False Minpaku Akatsuki (5 minute drive from Takahara) minpaku-akatsuki
Hibiki is a rental house in a small, quiet community in the Nakahechi area of Tanabe City associated with Caf&eacute; Bonte.&nbsp; Caf&eacute; Bonte is where check-in/check-out are done and serves as the dining room for the Hikibi lodging.&nbsp;&nbsp; Delicious meals including vegetarian options are available.&nbsp; <br /><br />The lovely house itself is large and very well maintained with comfortable sitting area, featuring both Japanese style and Western bedrooms.&nbsp; Beautiful antiques and art decorate the home.&nbsp; <br /><br />The nearest bus stop is Kii-Okawa which is between Takijiri-oji and Chikatsuyu-oji.&nbsp; Hibiki is not located along the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route, but shuttles from/to different trailheads in the area are possible on request. It is ~15 minute drive from Takahara in the valley below.<br /><br /><span style="color: #ff0000;">※Sorry, we cannot accept single travelers.</span> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 392 False Hibiki Rental House (~15 minute drive from Takahara) hibiki
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