Search

Reset

 Results

Price

 

Minshuku Nakano
Minshuku
Chikatsuyu

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. 

◆ NOTE ◆ 
"No Meals" plan only.

Sample Price Plan(s)

 

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. 

◆ NOTE ◆
Closed from December to March and August, plus Saturdays and Sundays.
"No Meals" plan only on Wednesday and Thursday.

Sample Price Plan(s)

 

Minshuku Wago
Minshuku
Chikatsuyu
Minshuku Wago is conveniently located inn a minute's walk from Chikatsuyu-oji shrine. The name "Wago" translates literally as "peaceful meeting" and reflects the owner's wish for guests to relax, interact and create once-in-a-lifetime memories. The owner hails from Osaka originally, but has lived in Canada and China, and fascinated with the Kumano Kodo decided to open an inn in Chikatsuyu along the Kumano Kodo. The building, once a small local factory, has been transformed into a comfortable, refreshing accommodation. There are Western and Japanese-style rooms and a dormitory. For dinner, guests can be treated to Osaka-style specialty "okonomiyaki," a pan-fried meal with batter, cabbage and other ingredients. Minshuku Wago is a great option for Kumano pilgrims.


■ Learn to make "okonomiyaki" dinner!
Would you like to learn how to make Osaka specialty "Okonomiyaki?"
If you order Okonomiyaki for dinner, the owner will teach you how to make it in hopes of making your experience memorable.
※ Box-style dinner is also possible instead of okonomiyaki.
 

Sample Price Plan(s)

 

Kumano Kodo Yado G Chikatsuyu
Guesthouse/B&B
Chikatsuyu
Kumano Kodo Yado G Chikatsuyu is a renovated half-century-old village house located about a 5-minute walk from Chikatsuyu-oji near the Kumano Kodo Nakahechi pilgrimage route. The guest house features a large garden where weary travelers can refresh themselves. The owner is a former hotelier who wanted to create a hospitable and restful place for Kumano Kodo hikers. The house is bright and located in a convenient location near the trail, the Hiki-gawa River, and a local grocery store.

Sample Price Plan(s)

 

Guest House AGAE
Guesthouse/B&B
Chikatsuyu

Guest House AGAE (pronounced "ah-gah-eh") is a lovingly renovated rental house in Chikatsuyu village. The building is fully furnished, with the deep brown wood of the beams adding atmosphere.  It was the dream of Ms. Ono to run a guesthouse after returning to her hometown after 2 decades of working abroad.  After searching for many years for the right place, she found it near the edge of Chikatsuyu settlement near the local A-coop grocery store, a very convenient location.  As a local guide, she hopes to host and meet other pilgrims to share her passion for Chikatsuyu and the Kumano Kodo. There are two rooms available, one Japanese-style, and one Western-style, each with its own entrance and washing area and toilet. Only the Japanese-style room has a bathtub and kitchen. The Western-style room has a shower.

MEALS: Meals and bentos are provided by local cafes. See details below.

Sample Price Plan(s)

 

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.

◆ IMPORTANT NOTICE ◆
Only one group a day.
There're are stairs in the inn, toddlers and infants should be careful in the inn.

Sample Price Plan(s)

AreaId AreaName Detail IconClass IconImgSrc Id ModelCouseOfferAgentFlag Name PriceSort SubCategoryId SubCategoryName UrlCode
<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 /><strong><span style="color: #000000;">◆ NOTE ◆&nbsp;</span></strong><br /><strong><span style="color: #000000;">"No Meals" plan only.</span></strong></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. 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; <br /><br />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.&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;<br /><br /><span style="color: #ff0000;"><strong>◆ NOTE ◆</strong> <br />Closed from December to March and August, plus Saturdays and Sundays.<br />"No Meals" plan only on Wednesday and Thursday.<br /></span> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 436 False Kodo-no-Yado Kakidaira kodo-no-yado-kakidaira
Minshuku Wago is conveniently located inn a minute's walk from Chikatsuyu-oji shrine. The name "Wago" translates literally as "peaceful meeting" and reflects the owner's wish for guests to relax, interact and create once-in-a-lifetime memories. The owner hails from Osaka originally, but has lived in Canada and China, and fascinated with the Kumano Kodo decided to open an inn in Chikatsuyu along the Kumano Kodo. The building, once a small local factory, has been transformed into a comfortable, refreshing accommodation. There are Western and Japanese-style rooms and a dormitory. For dinner, guests can be treated to Osaka-style specialty "okonomiyaki," a pan-fried meal with batter, cabbage and other ingredients. Minshuku Wago is a great option for Kumano pilgrims.<br /><br /><br /> <div>■&nbsp;Learn to make "okonomiyaki" dinner!</div> <div>Would you like to learn how to make Osaka specialty "Okonomiyaki?"</div> <div>If you order Okonomiyaki for dinner, the owner will teach you how to make it in hopes of making your experience memorable.<br />※ Box-style dinner is also possible instead of okonomiyaki.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 543 False Minshuku Wago minshuku-wago
Kumano Kodo Yado G Chikatsuyu is a renovated half-century-old village house located about&nbsp;a 5-minute walk from Chikatsuyu-oji near the Kumano Kodo Nakahechi pilgrimage route. The guest house features a large garden where weary travelers can refresh themselves. The owner is a former hotelier who wanted to create a hospitable and restful place for Kumano Kodo hikers. The house is bright and located in a convenient location near the trail, the Hiki-gawa River, and a local grocery store. accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 559 False Kumano Kodo Yado G Chikatsuyu kumano-kodo-yado-g-chikatsuyu
<p>Guest House AGAE (pronounced "ah-gah-eh") is a lovingly renovated rental house in Chikatsuyu village. The building is fully furnished, with the deep brown wood of the beams adding atmosphere.&nbsp; It was the dream of Ms. Ono to run a guesthouse after returning to her hometown after 2 decades of working abroad.&nbsp; After searching for many years for the right place, she found it near&nbsp;the edge of Chikatsuyu settlement near&nbsp;the local A-coop grocery store, a very convenient location.&nbsp; As a local guide, she hopes to host and meet other pilgrims to share her passion for Chikatsuyu and the Kumano Kodo. There are two rooms available, one Japanese-style, and one Western-style, each with its own entrance and washing area and toilet. Only the Japanese-style room has a bathtub and kitchen. The Western-style room has a shower.<br /><br /><strong>MEALS: Meals and bentos are provided by local cafes. See details below.</strong><span style="color: #ff0000;"><strong><br /></strong></span></p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 492 False Guest House AGAE guest-house-agae
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;.<br /><br /><strong>◆ IMPORTANT NOTICE ◆</strong><br /><strong>Only one group a day.<br />There're are stairs in the inn, toddlers and infants should be careful in the inn.<br /></strong> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 431 False Yamazakura Annex yamazakura-annex
;