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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.

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Kodo-no-Yado Kakidaira
Homestay
Chikatsuyu
Kodo-no-Yado Kakidaira is a century old house renovated to host visitors from around the world.  Ms. Watanabe did not want to leave her ancestral home empty and with the support of those around her began this homestay on the south side of Chikatsuyu.  It is located off the main roads on an upper terrace of land overlooking the valley.   Her friends and family really enjoy the view and she hopes that her guests will too. 

The name Kakidaira is from the name of settlement as historically it was a higher plateau "daira" with many "kaki" or persimmon trees: Kakidaira. 

Meals are supplied by a nearby cafe.  The evening bento is delivered to the homestay.  Breakfast is eaten at the cafe where the lunch box is picked up.

Only one booking per night.  Closed from December to March and August, plus Saturdays and Sundays.

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Chikatsuyu Cherry Garden “Sakura-no-Sono”
Homestay
Chikatsuyu
Chikatsuyu Cherry Garden “Sakura-no-Sono” is a set of Japanese houses on the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route on the west side of Chikatsuyu village, the first buildings on the left when entering the village. 

Both homes are lovingly maintained and elegantly decorated.  One room is in the "Family House", the same home as the family lives, offering a homestay style.  The neighboring house or "Annex" has two guestrooms with a lofty sitting area.  Next to the houses are terraced fields planted with cherry trees, from which the name of the accommodation is derived. From this vantage point guests have a view of the village. 

Meals are a combination of a delivery and handmade dishes for supper, and breakfast at a local café.

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Yamazakura Annex
Minshuku
Chikatsuyu
Yamazakura Annex is part of the Chikatsuyu Cherry Garden “Sakura-no-Sono” set of houses on the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route on the west side of Chikatsuyu village, the first buildings on the left when entering the village.

It is a renovated two story house with shared facilities on the first floor.  The three guestrooms are different sizes and a combination of western and Japanese style.

Next to the guest house are terraced fields planted with cherry trees, from which the name of the accommodation is derived:  Yamazakura means "mountain cherry".  From this vantage point guests have a view of the village. 

Meals are a combination of a delivery and handmade dishes for supper, and breakfast at a local café.

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Minshuku Momiji-no-Sato
Rental House
Chikatsuyu
Momiji-no-Sato is a small rental house at the east end of the sleepy main street of Chikatsuyu village, directly on the Kumano Kodo route. 

This reformed house has a bedroom, living room, kitchen, bath and toilet.  A large wooden table is the center of the living space.

There are two bicycles for free use to cruise around the village.

Meals are supplied by the Hashiori-jaya cafe near the Chikatsuyu-oji.  Check-in is also done here. 

Supper is a bento style delivered to the accommodation, breakfast is served at the cafe where the lunch box is given to guests.

Private Rental: Only one booking per day.  If you reserve this rental house you do not share it with others.

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Guesthouse SORA Chikatsuyu
Homestay
Chikatsuyu
Nakahechi
Chikatsuyu Guesthouse Sora is a homestay in the waystop village of Chikatsuyu along the Kumano Kodo between Takijiri-oji and Kumano Hongu Taisha.  It is a Japanese style home with two guestrooms. The bath and toilet are shared facilities among the guests. The owners are retired couple who moved there to enjoy the beautiful scenery of mountains and community comradery of this mountainside settlement.

Meals are homemade (with vegetables and herbs from their garden, and eggs from their chickens!) and conversations filled with smiles and laughs. 

The name of the guesthouse "Sora" means sky or heaven and is derived from a character in the families last name "Amano" and because they really love skywatching in Chikatsuyu.

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<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> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 137 False Minshuku Nakano minshuku-nakano
Kodo-no-Yado Kakidaira is a century old house renovated to host visitors from around the world.&nbsp; Ms. Watanabe did not want to leave her ancestral home empty and with the support of those around her began this homestay on the south side of Chikatsuyu.&nbsp; It is located off the main roads on an upper terrace of land overlooking the valley.&nbsp;&nbsp; Her friends and family really enjoy the view and she hopes that her guests will too.&nbsp; <br /><br />The name Kakidaira is from the name of settlement as historically it was a higher plateau "daira" with many "kaki" or persimmon trees: Kakidaira.&nbsp; <br /><br />Meals are supplied by a nearby cafe.&nbsp; The evening bento is delivered to the homestay.&nbsp; Breakfast is eaten at the cafe where the lunch box is picked up.<br /><br />Only one booking per night.&nbsp; Closed from December to March and August, plus Saturdays and Sundays. accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 436 False Kodo-no-Yado Kakidaira kodo-no-yado-kakidaira
<div>Chikatsuyu Cherry Garden &ldquo;Sakura-no-Sono&rdquo; is a set of Japanese houses on the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route on the west side of Chikatsuyu village, the first buildings on the left when entering the village.&nbsp;<br /><br /> Both homes are lovingly maintained and elegantly decorated.&nbsp; One room is in the "Family House", the same home as the family lives, offering a homestay style.&nbsp; The neighboring house or "Annex" has two guestrooms with a lofty sitting area.&nbsp; Next to the houses are terraced fields planted with cherry trees, from which the name of the accommodation is derived. From this vantage point guests have a view of the village.&nbsp; <br /><br />Meals are a combination of a delivery and handmade dishes for supper, and breakfast at a local caf&eacute;.</div> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 356 False Chikatsuyu Cherry Garden “Sakura-no-Sono” chikatsuyu-cherry-garden-sakura-no-sono
Yamazakura Annex is part of the Chikatsuyu Cherry Garden &ldquo;Sakura-no-Sono&rdquo; set of houses on the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route on the west side of Chikatsuyu village, the first buildings on the left when entering the village. <br /><br />It is a renovated two story house with shared facilities on the first floor.&nbsp; The three guestrooms are different sizes and a combination of western and Japanese style. <br /><br />Next to the guest house are terraced fields planted with cherry trees, from which the name of the accommodation is derived:&nbsp; Yamazakura means "mountain cherry".&nbsp; From this vantage point guests have a view of the village.&nbsp; <br /><br />Meals are a combination of a delivery and handmade dishes for supper, and breakfast at a local caf&eacute;. accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 431 False Yamazakura Annex yamazakura-annex
Momiji-no-Sato is a small rental house at the east end of the sleepy main street of Chikatsuyu village, directly on the Kumano Kodo route.&nbsp; <br /><br />This reformed house has a bedroom, living room, kitchen, bath and toilet.&nbsp; A large wooden table is the center of the living space.<br /><br />There are two bicycles for free use to cruise around the village.<br /><br />Meals are supplied by the Hashiori-jaya cafe near the Chikatsuyu-oji.&nbsp; Check-in is also done here.&nbsp; <br /><br />Supper is a bento style delivered to the accommodation, breakfast is served at the cafe where the lunch box is given to guests.<br /><br />Private Rental: Only one booking per day.&nbsp; If you reserve this rental house you do not share it with others. accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 372 False Minshuku Momiji-no-Sato minshuku-momiji-no-sato
Chikatsuyu Guesthouse Sora is a homestay in the waystop village of Chikatsuyu along the Kumano Kodo between Takijiri-oji and Kumano Hongu Taisha.&nbsp; It is a Japanese style home with two guestrooms. The bath and toilet are shared facilities among the guests. The owners are retired couple who moved there to enjoy the beautiful scenery of mountains and community comradery of this mountainside settlement. <br /><br />Meals are homemade (with vegetables and herbs from their garden, and eggs from their chickens!) and conversations filled with smiles and laughs.&nbsp; <br /><br />The name of the guesthouse "Sora" means sky or heaven and is derived from a character in the families last name "Amano" and because they really love skywatching in Chikatsuyu. accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 414 False Guesthouse SORA Chikatsuyu chikatsuyu-guesthouse-sora
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