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Maru House
Homestay
Central Katsuura

Maru House is a Japanese home in a quiet residential neighborhood within 10 minute walk from the JR Kii-Katsuura train station.  There are two guestrooms (one on the first floor and one on the second floor).  There is a communal kitchen, dining room and Japanese style living room common area to relax.  The young manager is very interested to talk and learn from guests, it was his dream to open a guesthouse in his hometown to host people from around the world.  Nobody lives in the house full-time, but rather designed as a small home-style guesthouse.

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Minamino Fields Fudozaka Cottage
Rental House
Central Katsuura

Minamino Fields Fudozaka is a tiny wooden cottage in the upper reaches of Irokawa settlement about 25 minutes drive inland from Kii-Katsuura station.  There are terraced fields below and a magnificent panoramic view of waves of mountains with the Pacific Ocean as a backdrop.  Mr. Ura, the owner, is a retired civil servant and uses this cottage as a base for his organic blueberry jam business.  The cottage has a main room (with irori hearth), one bed room, a small wooden bath, western toilet, and large balcony. Mr. Ura would like to welcome international visitors to experience this special place in Kumano.

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Why Kumano, Hostel & Cafe Bar
Guesthouse/B&B
Central Katsuura
Why Kumano is a convenient hostel accommodation with bar and café in front of the Kii-Katsuura train station.  It is housed in a narrow three-story building. The first floor is the Bodai restaurant (not directly associated with the guesthouse).  On the second floor is the hostel.  Currently there is one private room rental (2nd floor) and mixed gender dorm room (third floor).  There is a common room space that looks out onto the station area.  Drinks including local craft beer and sake are for sale.  The managers are friendly with a wealth of local information.  The open steel rafters and unfinished plywood and concrete floors makes a modernist, raw construction-like atmosphere.

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Oyado Hana Guesthouse
Minshuku
Central Katsuura

Oyado Hana Guesthouse is an older building lovely transformed into a comfortable guesthouse by the young Ms. Saho Hanai.  The name of the guesthouse comes from her nickname "Hana-chan" when she was living in Osaka.  "Oyado" means "lodging" in Japanese.  This cute accommodation is carefully decorated with pieces of art collected by the owner and received as presents from guests (including modern art bamboo installations!).  The entrance is tucked away off of the street in a Japanese garden, with a large wooden sign above the door inscribed with the Japanese characters of the inn.  It is located conveniently near the Kii-Katsuura station, in close proximity to a variety of restaurant choices.  Ms. Saho Hanai loves travelling and wishes that her guests feel like Oyado Hana Guesthouse is their cozy home away from home!

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Minshuku Kamenoi
Minshuku
Central Katsuura
Minshuku Kamenoi is a mid-sized family run guesthouse within walking distance of the Kii-Katsuura station.  They pride themselves on their meals which include fresh tuna catch in the surrounding waters.  In Japanese the nickname of the guesthouse if “Maguro-no-Yado” or “Tuna Lodging”.  

There are eight Japanese style rooms with ensuite sink and toilet on the 2nd and 3rd floors. The communal dining area is on the 2rd floor and baths on the 1st.  Baths can be privately used.

The minshuku name is derived from the surnames of the first generation owners "Kameno" (wife) and "I" (husband): "Kamenoi".  The guestrooms are all named after the family's children.

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Minshuku Wakatake
Minshuku
Central Katsuura

Minshuku Wakatake is a friendly, family run hot spring guesthouse near the Kii-Katsuura station.  Katsuura is a fishing port village famous for its tuna.  Minshuku Wakatake takes full advantage of this location next to the sea by serving fresh and delicious seafood all year round.  They are especially proud of their grilled tuna cheek or collar, a local delicacy.  If you are a connoisseur of Japanese sake, make sure to sample their extensive collection of local brew. 
※ Sorry, we cannot accept single travelers. Please contact us if you would like to stay as single travelers.

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<p>Maru House is a Japanese home in a quiet residential neighborhood within 10 minute walk from the JR Kii-Katsuura train station.&nbsp; There are two guestrooms (one on the first floor and one on the second floor).&nbsp; There is a communal kitchen, dining room and Japanese style living room common area to relax.&nbsp; The young manager is very interested to talk and learn from guests, it was his dream to open a guesthouse in his hometown to host people from around the world.&nbsp; Nobody lives in the house full-time, but rather designed as a small home-style guesthouse.</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 346 False Maru House maru-house
<p>Minamino Fields Fudozaka is a tiny wooden cottage in the upper reaches of Irokawa settlement about 25 minutes drive inland from Kii-Katsuura station.&nbsp; There are terraced fields below and a magnificent panoramic view of waves of mountains with the Pacific Ocean as a backdrop.&nbsp; Mr. Ura, the owner, is a retired civil servant and uses this cottage as a base for his organic blueberry jam business.&nbsp; The cottage has a main room (with irori hearth), one bed room, a small wooden bath, western toilet, and large balcony. Mr. Ura would like to welcome international visitors to experience this special place in Kumano.</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 290 False Minamino Fields Fudozaka Cottage minamino-fields-fudozaka-cottage
Why Kumano is a convenient hostel accommodation with bar and caf&eacute; in front of the Kii-Katsuura train station.&nbsp; It is housed in a narrow three-story building. The first floor is the Bodai restaurant (not directly associated with the guesthouse).&nbsp; On the second floor is the hostel.&nbsp; Currently there is one private room rental (2nd floor) and mixed gender dorm room (third floor).&nbsp; There is a common room space that looks out onto the station area.&nbsp; Drinks including local craft beer and sake are for sale.&nbsp; The managers are friendly with a wealth of local information.&nbsp; The open steel rafters and unfinished plywood and concrete floors makes a modernist, raw construction-like atmosphere. accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 416 False Why Kumano, Hostel & Cafe Bar why-kumano-hostel-and-cafe-bar
<p>Oyado Hana Guesthouse is an older building lovely transformed into a comfortable guesthouse by the young Ms. Saho Hanai.&nbsp; The name of the guesthouse comes from her nickname "Hana-chan" when she was living in Osaka.&nbsp; "Oyado" means "lodging" in Japanese.&nbsp; This cute accommodation is carefully decorated with pieces of art collected by the owner and received as presents from guests (including modern art bamboo installations!).&nbsp; The entrance is tucked away off of the street in a Japanese garden, with a large wooden sign above the door inscribed with the Japanese characters of the inn.&nbsp; It is located conveniently near the Kii-Katsuura station, in close proximity to a variety of restaurant choices.&nbsp; Ms. Saho Hanai loves travelling and wishes that her guests feel like Oyado Hana Guesthouse is their cozy home away from home!</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 266 False Oyado Hana Guesthouse oyado-hana-guesthouse
Minshuku Kamenoi is a mid-sized family run guesthouse within walking distance of the Kii-Katsuura station.&nbsp; They pride themselves on their meals which include fresh tuna catch in the surrounding waters.&nbsp; In Japanese the nickname of the guesthouse if &ldquo;Maguro-no-Yado&rdquo; or &ldquo;Tuna Lodging&rdquo;. &nbsp;<br /><br />There are eight Japanese style rooms with ensuite sink and toilet on the 2nd and 3rd floors. The communal dining area is on the 2rd floor and baths on the 1st.&nbsp; Baths can be privately used.<br /><br />The minshuku name is derived from the surnames of the first generation owners "Kameno" (wife) and "I" (husband): "Kamenoi".&nbsp; The guestrooms are all named after the family's children. accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 379 False Minshuku Kamenoi minshuku-kamenoi
<p>Minshuku Wakatake is a friendly, family run hot spring guesthouse near the Kii-Katsuura station.&nbsp; Katsuura is a fishing port village famous for its tuna.&nbsp; Minshuku Wakatake takes full advantage of this location next to the sea by serving fresh and delicious seafood all year round.&nbsp; They are especially proud of their grilled tuna cheek or collar, a local delicacy.&nbsp; If you are a connoisseur of Japanese sake, make sure to sample their extensive collection of local brew.&nbsp;<br /><span style="color: #ff0000;">※ Sorry, we cannot accept single travelers. Please contact us if you would like to stay as single travelers.</span></p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 157 False Minshuku Wakatake minshuku-wakatake
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