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Wagaranchi Kai
Rental House
Kumano City
Wagaranchi Kai is a private rental house near the Kumanoshi train station across the highway from Shichirimihama coastline, an expansive rocky beach.  Originally part of a minshuku that has closed, this quaint Japanese style home features an exquisite garden.  The entrance to the house is a classic stone wall with wooden gate.  Passing through this gate is like entering a different world, a private portal to an immersive Japanese experience.  Staying multiple nights is common to view the local sites and relax in the garden setting.  

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Guesthouse Wagaranchi
Guesthouse/B&B
Kumano City

Wagaranchi is a classic Japanese building near the JR Kumanoshi train station that was transformed into a guesthouse. 

It is over 100 years old and was originally a traditional Japanese style restaurant.  It is a two story wooden structure, long and narrow.  There are 4 guestrooms: 3 on the second floor and 1 on the first floor. There is a communal kitchen for guests to use. 

There is NO BATH in the accommodation, but a “sento” public bath is nearby. 

Nostalgic antiques are on display from the “Showa” era (1926-1989), with music and paraphernalia from that generation.

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Umihikari
Ryokan
Kumano City
Umihikari is a hotel on a mountain-side overlooking the Pacific Ocean (famous for its views), just inland from JR Kumanoshi station in Kumano City.  The facility has mixture of Japanese and Western rooms.   There are large communal hot spring baths.  Meals feature local produce and fresh seafood, which are served in the dining room area.  Sightseeing spots such as the dramatic cliffs of Onigajo and Japan's oldest shrine, Hananoiwa are nearby, making it a nice base.  It is also popular for walkers on the Iseji pilgrimage route with shuttle service to/from the Kumanoshi train station.

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Resort Kumano Club
Ryokan
Kumano City

The Resort Kumano Club brings together the best of the Kumano region: local products, experiences, and scenery.  It is an expansive facility in the low mountains near the Pacific Ocean surrounded by orchards, with a line of mountains in the background.  The location offers a relaxed rural feeling.  The guestrooms and cottages are well designed, many with private outdoor baths.  The executive chef prides himself on highlighting the delicious and subtle elements of the fresh, local produce.  They even produce their own, original handmade jams, salad dressings, etc. You can take it easy or be active, such as renting a bicycle or joining an optional tour; the choice is yours!

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<span style="font-size: 12pt; color: #000000;">Wagaranchi Kai is a private rental house near the Kumanoshi train station across the highway from Shichirimihama coastline, an expansive rocky beach.&nbsp; Originally part of a minshuku that has closed, this quaint Japanese style home features an exquisite garden.&nbsp; The entrance to the house is a classic stone wall with wooden gate.&nbsp; Passing through this gate is like entering a different world, a private portal to an immersive Japanese experience.&nbsp; Staying multiple nights is common to view the local sites and relax in the garden setting.&nbsp;&nbsp;</span> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 366 False Wagaranchi Kai wagaranchi-kai
<p>Wagaranchi is a classic Japanese building near the JR Kumanoshi train station that was transformed into a guesthouse.&nbsp; <br /><br />It is over 100 years old and was originally a traditional Japanese style restaurant.&nbsp; It is a two story wooden structure, long and narrow.&nbsp; There are 4 guestrooms: 3 on the second floor and 1 on the first floor. There is a communal kitchen for guests to use.&nbsp; <br /><br />There is NO BATH in the accommodation, but a &ldquo;sento&rdquo; public bath is nearby.&nbsp; <br /><br />Nostalgic antiques are on display from the &ldquo;Showa&rdquo; era (1926-1989), with music and paraphernalia from that generation.</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 345 False Guesthouse Wagaranchi guesthouse-wagaranchi
Umihikari is a hotel on a mountain-side overlooking the Pacific Ocean (famous for its views), just inland from JR Kumanoshi station in Kumano City.&nbsp; The facility has mixture of Japanese and Western rooms.&nbsp;&nbsp; There are large communal hot spring baths.&nbsp; Meals feature local produce and fresh seafood, which are served in the dining room area.&nbsp; Sightseeing spots such as the dramatic cliffs of Onigajo and Japan's oldest shrine, Hananoiwa are nearby, making it a nice base.&nbsp; It is also popular for walkers on the Iseji pilgrimage route with shuttle service to/from the Kumanoshi train station. accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 425 False Umihikari umihikari
<p>The Resort Kumano Club brings together the best of the Kumano region: local products, experiences, and scenery.&nbsp; It is an expansive facility in the low mountains near the Pacific Ocean surrounded by orchards, with a line of mountains in the background.&nbsp; The location offers a relaxed rural feeling.&nbsp; The guestrooms and cottages are well designed, many with private outdoor baths.&nbsp; The executive chef prides himself on highlighting the delicious and subtle elements of the fresh, local produce.&nbsp; They even produce their own, original handmade jams, salad dressings, etc. You can take it easy or be active, such as renting a bicycle or joining an optional tour; the choice is yours!</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 208 False Resort Kumano Club resort-kumano-club
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