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Minshuku Nakano
Minshuku
Chikatsuyu
Nakahechi

Minshuku Nakano is a family run guesthouse located in the southern part of Chikatsuyu village.  Originally it was frequented by fishermen looking to catch the delicious Ayu sweetfish that thrive in the nearby Hiki-gawa river (the owner is an avid fisherman himself), but they have opened their home and hearts to walkers and pilgrims on the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route.  It is located 10 minutes on foot from the Chikatsuyu-oji. 

Meals are prepared by a nearby cafe called Waraji-jaya.  The evening meal is delivered to the minshuku in a bento box style.  Breakfast is served at the cafe around a 5 minute walk.  The lunch box is a set of local rice balls which is picked up at the cafe.

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Kodo-no-Mori Anchan
Minshuku
Homestay
Nakahechi
Takijiri

Kodo-no-Mori is a lodging next to Takijiri-oji, the spiritual entrance to the sacred Kumano mountains and popular trailhead for multi-day treks on the Kumano Kodo. 

The guestrooms are simple Japanese style, where futons are laid onto the floor for sleeping.  The kitchen, bath and washing area are communal. There is an atmosphere of home-sharing as the owner (and cat) lives onsite. 

There is a shop built into the house which is run by the same owner.  The shop sells souvenirs including a selection of local sake and beer. 

Homemade meals are served in the shop.

This accommodation also offers luggage shuttle services.

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Minshuku 3rd Place Kumano Kodo
Rental House
Nakahechi
Nonaka

3rd Place Kumano Kodo is an old farmhouse in the Nonaka area near Tsugizakura-oji on the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route. Mr. Tetsuyama has reformed the building while maintaining the authentic charm of the countryside, rich deep browns of aged wood, tatami mats, fusuma sliding doors, and veranda - decorated with antiques. There is a full kitchen, small bath, toilet, bicycles, and free Wi-Fi;  making for a convenient stay. The congenial Mr. Tetsuyama is passionate about sharing the local mountain culture. He is an organic farmer with the diversity of crops. He would like guests to feel at home -- your personal third place on the Kumano Kodo!

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Kumano Nakahechi Mine-no-Yado (Mine Own House)
Rental House
Nakahechi-cho
Nakahechi
Takijiri
Kumano Nakahechi Mine-no-Yado (Mine Own House) is a rental cottage perched on the side of the mountain opposite (to the west) of Takijiri-oji. 

It is a one story building with open-space sitting area and Japanese style room.  It has a compact full kitchen, toilet and bath. 

The views that stretch across the mountains (including the stars) can be enjoyed from a lawn-chair on the covered deck, one of the most popular activities of this cottage!

It is located along the Mine hiking route which descends from the Shiomi-toge pass. 

The owner offers pick-up and drop-off service from Takijiri-oji if reserved in advance, making it a good place to stay for the first night before walking the Kumano Kodo from Takijiri-oji. 

No meals are supplied, so please do some grocery shopping before you arrive.

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Guesthouse SORA Chikatsuyu
Homestay
Chikatsuyu
Nakahechi
Chikatsuyu Guesthouse Sora is a homestay in the waystop village of Chikatsuyu along the Kumano Kodo between Takijiri-oji and Kumano Hongu Taisha.  It is a Japanese style home with two guestrooms. The bath and toilet are shared facilities among the guests. The owners are retired couple who moved there to enjoy the beautiful scenery of mountains and community comradery of this mountainside settlement.

Meals are homemade (with vegetables and herbs from their garden, and eggs from their chickens!) and conversations filled with smiles and laughs. 

The name of the guesthouse "Sora" means sky or heaven and is derived from a character in the families last name "Amano" and because they really love skywatching in Chikatsuyu.

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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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<p>Minshuku Nakano is a family run guesthouse located in the southern part of Chikatsuyu village.&nbsp; Originally it was frequented by fishermen looking to catch the delicious Ayu sweetfish that thrive in the nearby Hiki-gawa river (the owner is an avid fisherman himself), but they have opened their home and hearts to walkers and pilgrims on the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route.&nbsp; It is located 10 minutes on foot from the Chikatsuyu-oji.&nbsp;<br /><br />Meals are prepared by a nearby cafe called Waraji-jaya.&nbsp; The evening meal is delivered to the minshuku in a bento box style.&nbsp; Breakfast is served at the cafe around a 5 minute walk.&nbsp; The lunch box is a set of local rice balls which is picked up at the cafe.</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 137 False Minshuku Nakano minshuku-nakano
<p>Kodo-no-Mori is a lodging next to Takijiri-oji, the spiritual entrance to the sacred Kumano mountains and popular trailhead for multi-day treks on the Kumano Kodo.&nbsp; <br /><br />The guestrooms are simple Japanese style, where futons are laid onto the floor for sleeping.&nbsp; The kitchen, bath and washing area are communal. There is an atmosphere of home-sharing as the owner (and cat) lives onsite.&nbsp; <br /><br />There is a shop built into the house which is run by the same owner.&nbsp; The shop sells souvenirs including a selection of local sake and beer.&nbsp;<br /><br />Homemade meals are served in the shop.<br /><br /></p> <p>This accommodation also offers <a href="../../../en/travel-services/luggage-shuttle-kodo-no-mori">luggage shuttle services</a>.</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 325 False Kodo-no-Mori Anchan kodo-no-mori-anchan
<p>3rd Place Kumano Kodo is an old farmhouse in the Nonaka area near Tsugizakura-oji on the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route. Mr. Tetsuyama has reformed the building while maintaining the authentic charm of the countryside, rich deep browns of aged wood, tatami mats, fusuma sliding doors, and veranda - decorated with antiques. There is a full kitchen, small bath, toilet, bicycles, and free Wi-Fi;&nbsp; making for a convenient stay. The congenial Mr. Tetsuyama is passionate about sharing the local mountain culture. He is an organic farmer with the diversity of crops. He would like guests to feel at home -- your personal third place on the Kumano Kodo!</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 283 False Minshuku 3rd Place Kumano Kodo minshuku-3rd-place-kumano-kodo
Kumano Nakahechi Mine-no-Yado (Mine Own House) is a rental cottage perched on the side of the mountain opposite (to the west) of Takijiri-oji.&nbsp; <br /><br />It is a one story building with open-space sitting area and Japanese style room.&nbsp; It has a compact full kitchen, toilet and bath.&nbsp; <br /><br />The views that stretch across the mountains (including the stars) can be enjoyed from a lawn-chair on the covered deck, one of the most popular activities of this cottage!<br /><br />It is located along the Mine hiking route which descends from the Shiomi-toge pass.&nbsp; <br /><br />The owner offers pick-up and drop-off service from Takijiri-oji if reserved in advance, making it a good place to stay for the first night before walking the Kumano Kodo from Takijiri-oji.&nbsp; <br /><br />No meals are supplied, so please do some grocery shopping before you arrive. accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 382 False Kumano Nakahechi Mine-no-Yado (Mine Own House) kumano-nakahechi-mine-no-yado
Chikatsuyu Guesthouse Sora is a homestay in the waystop village of Chikatsuyu along the Kumano Kodo between Takijiri-oji and Kumano Hongu Taisha.&nbsp; It is a Japanese style home with two guestrooms. The bath and toilet are shared facilities among the guests. The owners are retired couple who moved there to enjoy the beautiful scenery of mountains and community comradery of this mountainside settlement. <br /><br />Meals are homemade (with vegetables and herbs from their garden, and eggs from their chickens!) and conversations filled with smiles and laughs.&nbsp; <br /><br />The name of the guesthouse "Sora" means sky or heaven and is derived from a character in the families last name "Amano" and because they really love skywatching in Chikatsuyu. accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 414 False Guesthouse SORA Chikatsuyu chikatsuyu-guesthouse-sora
<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
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