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Minpaku Hinokuma
Guesthouse/B&B
Central Tanabe
Kamitonda
Greater Tanabe
Minpaku Hinokuma has evolved from the owner’s hobbies: building things, travelling, and walking.  He started by building a small wooden hut for a tea house where walkers on the Kumano Kodo section between Tanabe and Takijiri-oji could take a break.  Then over a period of 1.5 years he built a small bath house with homemade goemon cauldron bath and a simple cabin for sleeping.  Then on the same property he transformed a shipping container into to rooms.  The buildings are spread out over a large grassed area.  A simple breakfast is supplied but evening meals must be bought before arriving or eat at a rural Chinese restaurant nearby.  Shuttles are available from nearby train stations: Asso, Kii-Tanabe and Shirahama, plus Takijiri-oji and Takahara.  If you arrive early ask the owner to try blow darts, his other hobby!

◆ IMPORTANT NOTICE ◆ Sorry, closed until  June 30, 2020.

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Kuchi-Kumano Guest House Aga~la
Rental House
Central Tanabe
Kamitonda

Kuchi-Kumano Guest House Aga~la is a small Japanese family home that has been transformed into a rental house.  There are two Japanese style rooms, full kitchen, toilet, bath, and covered deck overlooking an ume orchard.  It is located near the JR Asso station (~5 min walk), two stops south of JR Kii-Tanabe station via local train, in a mixed suburban neighborhood of residential, commercial, and agricultural properties.  Asso is a transportation cross-roads, having local bus access to both the Hongu area and Shirahama Onsen.  There is a large grocery store and restaurants nearby.  The friendly manager offers shuttles from/to the Kii-Tanabe station (~10 min) and Takijiri-oji (~20 min), the classic start of the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route.

◆ IMPORTANT NOTICE ◆ Sorry, closed until May 31, 2020.

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Guest House Okaasan-chi
Guesthouse/B&B
Kamitonda
The owner of Guest House Okaasan-chi has been active in community engagement and development for decades because of the love for her hometown.  She always wished that more could be done in regenerate the area...and then with the support and encouragement of her family she took the plunge...transforming her home into a homestay-style guesthouse to host visitors from around the world!

Okaasan-chi can be roughly translated as "Mom's House", reflecting her desire to make guests feel at ease, as part of the family: as in your mom's house.  The guestrooms are on the 2nd floor, are named after her children who used them as bedrooms before moving out, such as her daughter "Kasumi" (who is bilingual in English and lives across the street with her young family).  On the first floor is a communal living room (great to hangout in!), shared toilet and bath. 

The house is located ~10 minutes walk from JR Asso station, in a rural neighborhood.  There are shops nearby including a grocery store.  From this location busses connect to Shirahama, Kii-Tanabe and the mountainous areas of the Kumano Kodo such as Takijiri-oji and Kumano Hongu Taisha.

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Minpaku Hinokuma has evolved from the owner&rsquo;s hobbies: building things, travelling, and walking.&nbsp; He started by building a small wooden hut for a tea house where walkers on the Kumano Kodo section between Tanabe and Takijiri-oji could take a break.&nbsp; Then over a period of 1.5 years he built a small bath house with homemade goemon cauldron bath and a simple cabin for sleeping.&nbsp; Then on the same property he transformed a shipping container into to rooms.&nbsp; The buildings are spread out over a large grassed area.&nbsp; A simple breakfast is supplied but evening meals must be bought before arriving or eat at a rural Chinese restaurant nearby.&nbsp; Shuttles are available from nearby train stations: Asso, Kii-Tanabe and Shirahama, plus Takijiri-oji and Takahara.&nbsp; If you arrive early ask the owner to try blow darts, his other hobby!<br /><br /><strong><span style="color: #ff0000;">◆ IMPORTANT NOTICE ◆ Sorry, closed until&nbsp; June 30, 2020.</span></strong> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 410 False Minpaku Hinokuma minpaku-hinokuma
<p>Kuchi-Kumano Guest House Aga~la is a small Japanese family home that has been transformed into a rental house.&nbsp; There are two Japanese style rooms, full kitchen, toilet, bath, and covered deck overlooking an ume orchard.&nbsp; It is located near the JR Asso station (~5 min walk), two stops south of JR Kii-Tanabe station via local train, in a mixed suburban neighborhood of residential, commercial, and agricultural properties.&nbsp; Asso is a transportation cross-roads, having local bus access to both the Hongu area and Shirahama Onsen.&nbsp; There is a large grocery store and restaurants nearby.&nbsp; The friendly manager offers shuttles from/to the Kii-Tanabe station (~10 min) and Takijiri-oji (~20 min), the classic start of the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route.<br /><br /><strong style="color: #ff0000;">◆ IMPORTANT NOTICE&nbsp;</strong><span style="color: #ff0000; font-family: Verdana, 'Century Gothic', Arial, Lato, 'Meiryo UI', メイリオ, Meiryo, 'ヒラギノ角ゴ ProN', 'Hiragino Kaku Gothic ProN', 'MS Pゴシック', 'MS PGothic', sans-serif; font-variant-numeric: normal; font-variant-east-asian: normal; font-weight: bold; list-style: outside none none;">◆ Sorry, closed until May 31, 2020.</span></p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 350 False Kuchi-Kumano Guest House Aga~la kuchi-kumano-guest-house-aga-la
The owner of Guest House Okaasan-chi has been active in community engagement and development for decades because of the love for her hometown.&nbsp; She always wished that more could be done in regenerate the area...and then with the support and encouragement of her family she took the plunge...transforming her home into a homestay-style guesthouse to host visitors from around the world!<br /><br />Okaasan-chi can be roughly translated as "Mom's House", reflecting her desire to make guests feel at ease, as part of the family: as in your mom's house.&nbsp; The guestrooms are on the 2nd floor, are named after her children who used them as bedrooms before moving out, such as her daughter "Kasumi" (who is bilingual in English and lives across the street with her young family).&nbsp; On the first floor is a communal living room (great to hangout in!), shared toilet and bath.&nbsp; <br /><br />The house is located ~10 minutes walk from JR Asso station, in a rural neighborhood.&nbsp; There are shops nearby including a grocery store.&nbsp; From this location busses connect to Shirahama, Kii-Tanabe and the mountainous areas of the Kumano Kodo such as Takijiri-oji and Kumano Hongu Taisha. accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 433 False Guest House Okaasan-chi guest-house-okaasan-chi
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