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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 are 2 buildings, Main building and Annex. Each of them are for private rental, only two booking per a day.

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!

※Sorry, NO SINGLE OCCUPANCY accepted from March to May and November.
※Reservation request can be made by single accupancy only during the periods of June, July, August, December, January, and February.

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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.

◆ NOTE ◆ 
"No Meals" plan only on Wednesday and Thursday.

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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.

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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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). 

This accommodation is for private rental, only one booking per day.

It is a two-story home with 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 husband's name (to make him work!).

They offer free pick-up and drop-off from Takahara, Takijiri-oji, and Kurisugawa bus stops.

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Kumano Nakahechi Mine-no-Yado (Mine Own House)
Rental House
Greater Nakahechi
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.

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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GUEST HOUSE KUMANOYASAI
Rental House
Greater Nakahechi
Nakahechi
GUEST HOUSE KUMANOYASAI is a cozy, private rental house in Kawai, Nakahechi relatively close to Takahara by bus or 40 minutes on foot. 
 
The owner, who moved from Tokyo to enjoy the nature and quiet of Kumano, was drawn to the peaceful location. As the house is located on a hill surrounded by nature, guests can enjoy a quiet, relaxing stay.
 
The owner provides healthy homemade meals using locally grown produce.
 
An option is to have breakfast at the owner’s KUMANOYASAI café in Chikatsuyu, which includes delicious bagels made with natural yeast, a popular menu item.
A “no meals” plan is also available, but please consider the healthy, tasty breakfast option.
 
Because GUEST HOUSE KUMANOYASAI is limited to one group per day, it is perfect for small, private groups.
 
※ Check-in will be at the inn based on arrival time.
 

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<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. <br /><br />There are 2 buildings, Main building and Annex. Each of them are for private rental, only two booking per a day.<br /><br />There is a full kitchen, small bath, toilet, bicycles, and free Wi-Fi;&nbsp; making for a convenient stay. <br />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!<br /><br /></p> <span style="color: #ff0000;">※Sorry, NO SINGLE OCCUPANCY accepted from March to May and November.</span><br /><span style="color: #ff0000;"> ※Reservation request can be made by single accupancy only during the periods of June, July, August, December, January, and February.<br /><br /></span> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 283 False Minshuku 3rd Place Kumano Kodo minshuku-3rd-place-kumano-kodo
<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> <div><span style="color: #ff0000;"><strong>◆ NOTE ◆</strong></span>&nbsp;<br />"No Meals" plan only on Wednesday and Thursday.</div> 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> <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 325 False Kodo-no-Mori Anchan kodo-no-mori-anchan
<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; <br /><br />This accommodation is for private rental, only one booking per day.<br /><br />It is a two-story home with 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.<br /><br />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 &ldquo;Akatsuki&rdquo; for the name of the minpaku, which is a character in her husband's name (to make him work!). <br /><br />They offer free pick-up and drop-off from Takahara, Takijiri-oji, and Kurisugawa bus stops.<span style="color: #ff0000;"><br /></span></p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 344 False Minpaku Akatsuki (5-minute drive from Takahara) minpaku-akatsuki
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. <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 382 False Kumano Nakahechi Mine-no-Yado (Mine Own House) kumano-nakahechi-mine-no-yado
<div>GUEST HOUSE KUMANOYASAI is a cozy, private rental house in Kawai, Nakahechi relatively close to Takahara by bus or 40 minutes on foot.&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>The owner, who moved from Tokyo to enjoy the nature and quiet of Kumano, was drawn to the peaceful location. As the house is located on a hill surrounded by nature, guests can enjoy a quiet, relaxing stay.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>The owner provides healthy homemade meals using locally grown produce.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>An option is to have breakfast at the owner&rsquo;s KUMANOYASAI caf&eacute; in Chikatsuyu, which includes delicious bagels made with natural yeast, a popular menu item.</div> <div>A &ldquo;no meals&rdquo; plan is also available, but please consider the healthy, tasty breakfast option.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>Because GUEST HOUSE KUMANOYASAI is limited to one group per day, it is perfect for small, private groups.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>※ Check-in will be at the inn based on arrival time.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 521 False GUEST HOUSE KUMANOYASAI guesthouse-kumanoyasai
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