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Minshuku Kawarabi-so
Minshuku
Oomata

The welcoming Minshuku Kawarabiso is located on its own on the banks of the beautiful Kawarabi-gawa river, which it draws its name from.  It is a family run business so you may see the whole family helping at times.  It also serves at the local restaurant.  This facility used to be a fish farm for Amago, the red-spotted masu salmon, a highly prized delicacy.  This fish is endemic to Japan and only lives in the cleanest rivers. You can still see the large cement cisterns nearby.  Meals often feature Amago and other wild meats. Minshuku Kawarabiso is a 20 minute walk, or short drive, from the trailhead of the Kumano Kodo, Kohechi section; Obakotoge-pass to the south and Koyasan to the north.  Please relax and enjoy the down-to-earth mountain hospitality.



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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Hotel Nosegawa
Ryokan
Oomata

Hotel Nosegawa is located in a tiny settlement of houses next to Kawarabi-gawa River deep in the heart of the Kii mountains. It is famous for its hot spring baths and isolated location, with all rooms facing onto the river.

Meals are made from local ingredients in the mountains, such as wild meats, and fish from the nearby river.

This mountain-side accommodation can be visited with a convenient shuttle service to/from Koyasan. It is also popular with hikers on the Kumano Kodo, Kohechi section, with Obakotoge-pass to the south and Koyasan to the north. 

From the Oomata trailhead, Hotel Nosegawa is a 40 minute walk and a short drive by car.  You can call the hotel from the pay phone at the trailhead and they can pick you up with their shuttle bus.

※Notice regarding new Nosegawa onsen tax
Starting on April 1, 2020, guests staying in Nosegawa will be required to pay an onsen tax of 100 yen per person per night directly to their accommodation. No onsen tax charge for children under 12.



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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<p>The welcoming Minshuku Kawarabiso is located on its own on the banks of the beautiful Kawarabi-gawa river, which it draws its name from.&nbsp; It is a family run business so you may see the whole family helping at times.&nbsp; It also serves at the local restaurant.&nbsp; This facility used to be a fish farm for Amago, the red-spotted masu salmon, a highly prized delicacy.&nbsp; This fish is endemic to Japan and only lives in the cleanest rivers. You can still see the large cement cisterns nearby.&nbsp; Meals often feature Amago and other wild meats. Minshuku Kawarabiso is a 20 minute walk, or short drive, from the trailhead of the Kumano Kodo, Kohechi section; Obakotoge-pass to the south and Koyasan to the north.&nbsp; Please relax and enjoy the down-to-earth mountain hospitality.</p> <br /><br /> <span style="color: #ff0000;"><strong>Go To Travel Campaign</strong></span><br /><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> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 117 False Minshuku Kawarabi-so minshuku-kawarabi-so
<p>Hotel Nosegawa is located in a tiny settlement of houses next to Kawarabi-gawa River deep in the heart of the Kii mountains. It is famous for its hot spring baths and isolated location, with all rooms facing onto the river. <br /><br />Meals are made from local ingredients in the mountains, such as wild meats, and fish from the nearby river. <br /><br />This mountain-side accommodation can be visited with a convenient shuttle service to/from Koyasan. It is also popular with hikers on the Kumano Kodo, Kohechi section, with Obakotoge-pass to the south and Koyasan to the north.&nbsp; <br /><br />From the Oomata trailhead, Hotel Nosegawa is a 40 minute walk and a short drive by car.&nbsp; You can call the hotel from the pay phone at the trailhead and they can pick you up with their shuttle bus.<br /><br /></p> <p><span style="color: #ff0000;">※Notice regarding new Nosegawa onsen tax</span><br /><span style="color: #ff0000;">Starting on April 1, 2020, guests staying in Nosegawa will be required to pay an onsen tax of 100 yen per person per night directly to their accommodation. No onsen tax charge for children under 12.<br /><br /></span></p> <br /><br /> <span style="color: #ff0000;"><strong>Go To Travel Campaign</strong></span><br /><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> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 241 False Hotel Nosegawa hotel-nosegawa
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