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Minshuku 3rd Place Kumano Kodo
Rental House
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!

◆Important Check-in and Dining Information◆
Check-in and all guest meals will be provided at the nearby reception building, "3rd Place Chaya4."
Please see image above about the reception location.

※Sorry, NO SINGLE OCCUPANCY accepted from March to May and November. S
ingle occupancy requests can only be made between June and August, and between December to February.

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Guest house MUI
Minshuku
Nonaka

MUI is an older home lovely reformed into a cozy guesthouse steps away from the Kumano Kodo Nakahechi route about 15 minutes walk east of Tsugizakura-oji.  The owner moved to the area because of her love of the mountains and desire to live a rural lifestyle and was inspired to create a place of communication and exchange for pilgrims after her walk on the Way of St. James in Spain.  The first thing that guests will notice is the location: a small set of homes, interspersed with tiny, terraced fields surrounded by towering cedars and cypress trees.  The second is her pet goats!  There are two Japanese-style guestrooms on the second floor with a communal sitting area, bath, and toilet on the first floor.  A small yard in front of the house offers a quiet place to sit and relax.  Home-made meals are served in the dining area, a renovated building next to the house.


◆ NOTE ◆
From January 2022, guests who would like an early check-in time (13: 00-15: 00), will be charged 1,000 yen per room to be paid at check-in. Thanks for your understanding. If you wish to do so, please indicate so in the remarks column on the booking form.

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Minshuku Tsugizakura
Minshuku
Nonaka

Minshuku Tsugizakura is named after the nearby Tsugizakura-oji, an ancient shrine with centuries old trees along the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route.  The Nonaka-no-Shimizu spring, one of Japan’s 100 famous waters, is just around the corner. 

Minshuku Tsugizakura is a simple home that was turned into a guesthouse at the beginning of 2011 by the Yuba family. Mr. Yuba is a professional chef and worked all over Japan before returning to his hometown in the mountains to open this minshuku - which is why the traditional Japanese meals here are so delicious!


Sorry, one night only per visit. No consecutive nights stay available.

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Hitotoki
Minshuku
Nonaka
Hitotoki is a conveniently located, recently renovated country house turned inn and cafe right along the Kumano Kodo in Nonaka. The owners are originally from Osaka where the wife ran a cafe and her husband -- who helped design the renovation for the old fold house -- worked in construction. With Hitotoki, they hoped to create a comfortable resting point for Kumano Kodo pilgrims where people can interact easily with each other. There is a cafe space where even passing guests can take a break. Enjoy the homestyle hospitality in a great location.

Note for Vegetarian Requests
While meals can be served without meat, it cannot be excluded from any of the cooking stock or other ingredients. Your understanding of this is appreciated before making a reservation.

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Guesthouse HOUSEN
Guesthouse/B&B
Chikatsuyu
Nonaka
Guesthouse Housen is a new, bright, friendly accommodation between Chikatsuyu and Nonaka, built in 2022. The name "Housen" (pronounced "hoh-sen") can be translated to mean "boat of abundance" and relates to Ebisu, one of the Japanese Seven Lucky Gods, whose figure often graces restaurants and inns. The owners certainly hope their guests feel an abundance of relief and relaxation.
This inn is perfect for small groups. Three western-style rooms available. 
The family who owns the inn transplanted after running a yakitori-style izakaya restaurant for 30 years in Wakayama City to start their own inn and cafe in the Kumano area.
Although plans include two or three meals, guests can also relax and enjoy light food and drinks from the "N.S. Cafe" next door run by the owner's son including a special homemade pudding (The pudding is available to guests for free with dinner at the accommodation). There is also a workout gym in an adjacent building with full weights and exercise bikes free to staying guests.

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Kumano Kodo Inn Hagi
Minshuku
Nonaka
Kumano Kodo Inn Hagi is an old shop in the Nonaka area near Tsugizakura-oji just off the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route that has been renovated into a lodging. The three-level building is constructed on the side of a slope. Inside a steep wooden stairway leads to the second and third levels where there is one guestroom each. The first floor has a larger communal sitting area where home-made meals are served. Off to the side is a shower, sink and two toilets that are shared amongst guests. Because of the way that it is built, many people say that it has the atmosphere of a ninja house!

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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 /><strong>◆Important Check-in and Dining Information◆<br /></strong>Check-in and all guest meals will be provided at the nearby reception building, "3rd Place Chaya4."<br />Please see image above about the reception location.<br /><strong><span style="color: #000000;"><br />※Sorry, NO SINGLE OCCUPANCY accepted from March to May and November.&nbsp;S</span></strong><strong><span style="color: #000000;">ingle occupancy requests can only be made between June&nbsp;and August, and between December&nbsp;to February.</span></strong></p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 283 False Minshuku 3rd Place Kumano Kodo minshuku-3rd-place-kumano-kodo
<p>MUI is an older home lovely reformed into a cozy guesthouse steps away from the Kumano Kodo Nakahechi route about 15 minutes walk east of Tsugizakura-oji.&nbsp; The owner moved to the area because of her love of the mountains and desire to live a rural lifestyle&nbsp;and&nbsp;was inspired to create a place of communication and exchange for pilgrims after&nbsp;her walk on the Way of St. James in Spain.&nbsp; The first thing that guests will notice is the location: a small set of homes, interspersed with tiny, terraced fields surrounded by towering cedars and cypress trees.&nbsp; The second is her pet goats!&nbsp; There are two Japanese-style guestrooms on the second floor with a communal sitting area, bath, and toilet on the first floor.&nbsp; A small yard in front of the house offers a quiet place to sit and relax.&nbsp; Home-made meals are served in the dining area, a renovated building next to the house.<br /><br /></p> <p><br /><span style="color: #ff0000;"><strong><span style="color: #000000;">◆ NOTE ◆</span><br /></strong></span>From January 2022, guests who would like an early check-in time (13: 00-15: 00), will be charged 1,000 yen per room to be paid at check-in. Thanks for your understanding.&nbsp;If you wish to do so, please indicate so in the remarks column on the booking form.</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 324 False Guest house MUI guest-house-mui
<p>Minshuku Tsugizakura is named after the nearby Tsugizakura-oji, an ancient shrine with centuries old trees along the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route.&nbsp; The Nonaka-no-Shimizu spring, one of Japan&rsquo;s 100 famous waters, is just around the corner.&nbsp; <br /><br />Minshuku Tsugizakura is a simple home that was turned into a guesthouse at the beginning of 2011 by the Yuba family. Mr. Yuba is a professional chef and worked all over Japan before returning to his hometown in the mountains to open this minshuku - which is why the traditional Japanese meals here are so delicious!<br /><span style="color: #ff0000;"><strong style="color: #ff0000;"><br /><br /></strong><strong><span style="color: #000000;">Sorry, one night only per visit. No consecutive nights stay available.</span></strong><br /><br /></span></p> <iframe src="https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/xC3QGkPVcw8?rel=0&amp;controls=0" width="100%" height="315" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="allowfullscreen"></iframe> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 143 False Minshuku Tsugizakura minshuku-tsugizakura
Hitotoki is a conveniently located, recently renovated country house turned inn and cafe right along the Kumano Kodo in Nonaka. The owners are originally from Osaka where the wife ran a cafe and her husband -- who helped design the renovation for the old fold house -- worked in construction. With Hitotoki, they hoped to create a comfortable resting point for Kumano Kodo pilgrims where people can interact easily with each other. There is a cafe space where even passing guests can take a break. Enjoy the homestyle hospitality in a great location.<br /><br /> <div><strong>Note for Vegetarian Requests</strong></div> <div>While meals can be served without meat, it cannot be excluded from any of the cooking stock or other ingredients. Your understanding of this is appreciated before making a reservation.</div> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 531 False Hitotoki hitotoki
Guesthouse Housen is a new, bright, friendly accommodation between Chikatsuyu and Nonaka, built in 2022. The name "Housen" (pronounced "hoh-sen") can be translated to mean "boat of abundance" and relates to Ebisu, one of the Japanese Seven Lucky Gods, whose figure often graces restaurants and inns. The owners certainly hope their guests feel an abundance of relief and relaxation.<br />This inn is perfect for small groups. Three western-style rooms available.&nbsp;<br />The family who owns the inn transplanted after running a yakitori-style izakaya restaurant for 30 years in Wakayama City to start their own inn and cafe in the Kumano area.<br />Although plans include two or three meals, guests can also relax and enjoy light food and drinks from the "N.S. Cafe" next door run by the owner's son including a special homemade pudding (The pudding is&nbsp;available to guests for free with dinner at the accommodation). There is also a workout gym in an adjacent building with full weights and exercise bikes free to staying guests. accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 518 False Guesthouse HOUSEN guesthouse-housen
Kumano Kodo Inn Hagi is an old shop in the Nonaka area near Tsugizakura-oji just off the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route that has been renovated into a lodging. The three-level building is constructed on the side of a slope. Inside a steep wooden stairway leads to the second and third levels where there is one guestroom each. The first floor has a larger communal sitting area where home-made meals are served. Off to the side is a shower, sink and two toilets that are shared amongst guests. Because of the way that it is built, many people say that it has the atmosphere of a ninja house! accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 464 False Kumano Kodo Inn Hagi kumano-kodo-inn-hagi
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