A relaxing guesthouse on the Nakasendo Way
This laid-back, family-run inn in a traditional 18th-century wood house is 8 km from the Kiso Valley and 17 km from the Ena Shrine. The air-conditioned, minimalist rooms have tatami floors and traditional short-legged tables, as well as TVs. Futons (up to 4 for each room) are provided. The gender-segregated bathrooms are shared. Breakfast and dinner are available in the restaurant across from the inn. Common areas include a kitchen and a lounge with tea and coffee making facilities, plus a guest laundry room with washers and dryers available at a fee.
A selection of tours using this minshuku
Japan Tailor Made Trekking
Discover the Nakasendo Way, one of Japan’s ancient highways, connecting Kyoto and Tokyo during the Edo period.