A traditional gassho-zukuri minshuku
Minshuku Koeman is a traditional gassho-zukuri building which has been converted into a guesthouse. It was built during the Edo Period (1603-1868) and is perfect for guests looking to experience Japan in a very traditional way. It has 5 Japanese-style guest rooms without their own private baths or toilets, but there is a family bath that can be used from 17:00-21:00. Local, Japanese-style cuisine is served to the guests in an Irori sunken hearth room.
A selection of tours using this hotel
Japan Semi-Escorted Culture
Explore Japan’s classic sights, starting in the exciting capital city of Tokyo, famous for its fresh sushi.
Japan Tailor Made Culture
Takayama, Shirakawago and Kanazawa
Enjoy a tour of the Japanese Alps, exploring Takayama’s historic Edo-period streets, discovering the traditional gassho-zukuri farmhouses of Shirakawago, and admiring the exquisite gardens in Kanazawa.