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Yunotani Senkei
Ryokan
Totsukawa Onsen
Greater Totsukawa
Yunotani Senkei is a secluded set of luxury cottages nestled deep in the heart of the Kii mountain range; a hidden, cozy sanctuary from the outside world. 

The hot spring of Tosenji Onsen has been used for centuries to sooth and heal.  Yunotani Senkei showcases this thermal gift extravagantly with large outdoor tubs in each cottage overflowing with non-circulated mineral waters. 

Meals are unforgettable feasts with presentations of locally sourced ingredients from the surrounding mountains, rivers and ocean. 

Yunotani Senkei is a bespoke ryokan getaway for adventurous souls!

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noad
Homestay
Greater Totsukawa
This artistic retreat sits close to the Kitayama River and juxtaposes a rural exterior and renovated interior. The owner chose this house after moving to Totsukawa Village for work after university in Osaka and fell in love with the area. The owner studied art at university, and created a stylish homestay, particularly for travelers, visiting artists, and even guests on working holiday. In fact, the meaning of the name "noad" is from "road" and "node" combining natural aspects with the potential for meeting and work. The house is sometimes used for art exhibitions or artist retreats. But travelers will also find their senses stimulated staying here. Western and Japanese-style rooms available, and only one group of guests reserved per day. Longer stays possible. Up to six guests and three rooms. Vegan bento breakfast, lunchbox and dinner are options. The house sits near the borders of three prefectures: Nara, Wakayama, and Mie. Relatively close to Kitayama Village or Hongu or Shingu by car. With a call from a mobile phone, guests can be picked up from the Miyaiohashi Bus Stop on Highway 168 between Hongu and Shingu. It takes about 10 minutes by car from the bus stop.
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Yunotani Senkei is a secluded set of luxury cottages nestled deep in the heart of the Kii mountain range; a hidden, cozy sanctuary from the outside world.&nbsp; <br /><br />The hot spring of Tosenji Onsen has been used for centuries to sooth and heal.&nbsp; Yunotani Senkei showcases this thermal gift extravagantly with large outdoor tubs in each cottage overflowing with non-circulated mineral waters.&nbsp; <br /><br />Meals are unforgettable feasts with presentations of locally sourced ingredients from the surrounding mountains, rivers and ocean.&nbsp; <br /><br />Yunotani Senkei is a bespoke ryokan getaway for adventurous souls! accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 384 False Yunotani Senkei yunotani-senkei
This artistic retreat sits close to the Kitayama River and juxtaposes a rural exterior and renovated interior. The owner&nbsp;chose&nbsp;this&nbsp;house after moving to Totsukawa Village for work after university in Osaka and fell in love with the area. The owner studied art at university, and created a stylish homestay, particularly for travelers, visiting artists, and even guests on working holiday. In fact, the meaning of the name "noad" is from "road" and "node" combining natural aspects with the potential for meeting and work. The house is sometimes used for art exhibitions or artist retreats. But travelers will also find their senses stimulated staying here. Western and Japanese-style rooms available, and only one group of guests reserved per day. Longer stays possible. Up to six guests and three rooms. Vegan bento breakfast, lunchbox and dinner are options. The house sits near the borders of three prefectures: Nara, Wakayama, and Mie. Relatively close to Kitayama Village or Hongu or Shingu by car. With a call from a mobile phone, guests can be picked up from the Miyaiohashi Bus Stop on Highway 168 between Hongu and Shingu. It takes about 10 minutes by car from the bus stop. accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 504 False noad noad
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