Outline of the property
Located near samurai residences and cherry blossom trees, this 135-year old house is surrounded by 200-year old trees. With cherry blossoms, a vegetable garden, Satsuki bonsai trees, persimmon trees, and chestnut trees, you can experience a glimpse into the country life. It is also recommended for those who want to enjoy strolling the beautiful streets of Kakunodate in each of the four seasons. We are doing our best to protect the houses and mansions that have been maintained by our ancestors, and to make Kakunodate a second home for our guests!
The basic accommodation fee is for adults staying overnight.
2 meals per night (adult) from 7,029 yen
(Children) With meals: 5,155 yen and up (*Children are elementary school students and younger)
Accompanied sleeping with meals: 4,217 yen and up
Free sleeping without meals
1 night breakfast (adult) 5,155yen～
(Children) With meals 3,280 yen and up
Sleeping with meals 2,343 yen and up
Free sleep without meals
1 night dinner (adult) 6,092yen～
(Children) With meals 4,217yen～
Sleeping with meals 3,280yen～
Free sleep without meals
Overnight stay with no meal (adult) 4,217yen～
Sleeping together 1,406yen～
-The above rates do not include tax.
-500 yen per person will be added as a winter heating fee from Nov. 1 to Nov. 30. (The heating fee can only be paid in cash.)
-The hotel is closed for winter vacation from December 1 to March 31.
Covid-19 Preventative Measures
When you arrive at the hotel, we will confirm that you have disinfected your hands, taken your temperature, and worn a mask.
-We will open the windows and operate the ventilation fans to ventilate the room as much as possible.
-Hosts are required to wear masks, disinfect their hands, and gargle to maintain good health.
-Making local dish "kiritanpo" (rice dumplings): 1 hour for 3 people or more, Fee: 1,500 yen or more per person
-Farming in the vegetable garden: Experience what you can do at the time (sowing seeds, planting seedlings, harvesting, and cooking).
Fee: From 1,000 yen per person
Please inquire about the details of the experience when making your reservation.
Meal times: (Dinner) 18:00-20:00
Meal times: (Dinner) 18:00 - 20:00
Breakfast: 7:00 - 9:00
Meal Location: Dining room
(Dinner) Seasonal fish, meat dishes, seasonal small bowls, seasonal soup, pickles, rice, and dessert from the nearby sea.
(Breakfast) Grilled fish, egg dish, seasonal small bowl, miso soup, pickles, rice, yogurt
Allergy support: Available. Please inquire in advance.
Room image: Japanese-style room
Room layout: 10 tatami mats x 2 rooms.
Room facilities: Futon, TV (in the dining room)
Others：You can use the kitchen, refrigerator, and microwave freely.
Check-in time: 14:00-18:00 *Please contact us in advance if you have any inconvenience.
Check-out: 8:00-10:00 *Early morning check-out is also possible.
Water facilities (bath, toilet, washroom)
Bathing hours: After check-in - 22:00
Note: Please take a shower before taking a bath.
Nearby facilities and restaurants
-Convenience store: Family Mart Kakunodate Kawaramachi (2 minutes by car, 10 minutes on foot)
-Supermarket: Yoneya Kakunodate (2 minutes by car, 15 minutes on foot)
-Restaurants: There are restaurants, soba noodle shops, and taverns nearby that use local ingredients.
-Cherry blossoms along the banks of the Hinkonai River: 10 minutes on foot.
The cherry blossom trees along the banks of the Hinkinai River in -Kakunodate, Senboku City, stretch for 2 km on both sides of the river and 2 km downstream in the center of Ochiai Park. It is one of the best cherry blossom viewing spots in Akita Prefecture and has been selected as one of the 100 best cherry blossom viewing spots in Japan.
-Kakunodate Samurai Residence: 3 minutes by car, 15 minutes by foot
Kakunodate Bukeyashiki, also known as the Little Kyoto of Michinoku, is a town of samurai residences and merchant houses, each with its unique atmosphere. Walking along the street of samurai residences, you can see the residences of the late Edo period, the main house, the gate, the storehouse, and the square shape. The street of samurai residences was selected as an Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings in September 1976 and is protected as a cultural asset.
-Lake Tazawa (statue of Tatsuko): 30 minutes by car
This is the deepest lake in Japan, and the whole area is designated as Tazawako-Hakurei Prefectural Natural Park, which is also a scenic spot selected as one of the 100 scenic spots in Japan.
-Nyuto Hot Spring Resort: About 50 minutes by car
Nyuto Onsen is a hot spring resort located at the foot of Mt. Nyuto in Towada-Hachimantai National Park.
This is one of the most popular hot spring villages in Akita Prefecture. Please check in advance.
Kakunodate Cherry Blossom Festival Late April - Early May
The Tazawako swimming area opens from mid-July to mid-August.
Tazawako Dragon God Festival Late July
Kakunodate Festival September 7-9
Tazawako Marathon Mid-September
100 km marathon Late September
Kakunodate Bukeyashiki Dori Autumn Foliage Light-up October -November
Kakunodate Bukeyashiki Street Autumn Foliage Light-up October - November
Kakunodate Hina Dolls Exhibition February - Early April
Tazawako Kogen Snow Festival, mid-February
Kakunodate Doll Festival Late February - Early March
From JR Kakunodate Station, take the bus (Inazawa Line) and get off at JA Kakunodate-mae.
Take the Inazawa Line bus from JR Kakunodate Station and get off at JA Kakunodate-mae.
The bus departs from Kakunodate Station at 12:31 or 17:16 and is closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays.
Please inquire in advance if you would like a shuttle service between Kakunodate Station and the inn. It takes about 10 minutes from JR Kakunodate Station.
When coming by car
From the Morioka IC on the Tohoku Expressway, about 55 minutes via Route 46.
There is a parking lot on the premises. There is a parking lot on the property (up to 4 cars can be parked).
A word from the owner
Why don't you take a stroll through the samurai residences, cherry blossom trees, riverside park, and rural landscape? We are looking forward to seeing you and growing vegetables together in our garden!
Please stay quietly in your room after 10 pm.
Japanese Style Room: Up to 4 guests
Japanese Style Room: Up to 4 guests