This property has the following conditions:
Yukyu Roman no Mori (“the eternal romance forest”)
・The price listed includes the booking of the entire house.
・Price for 5 people.
・For bookings of 5 people and more, an extra ¥2,050 is charged per additional guest.
Admire the scenery of old-fashioned thatched roofs that appear gradually along the lush valley as you drive towards Yukyu Roman no Mori.
Built in 1995, the house has been entirely renovated since, but still offers an atmosphere of bygone-times, especially thanks to the wood fireplace installed in the living room.
When making a reservation you book the entire house, which means that of course, you can also use the kitchen to cook meals. Please, do make yourself at home during your stay!
Unfortunately this area is not easily accessible by public transportation.
We highly recommend that you come by car (rental car or your own), because it’s not possible to reach this area by public transportation.
◇From Tokyo, Nagoya (Tomei, Shin-Tomei and Neishin Expressways), Osaka, Kyoto (Meishin Expressway) ⇒ Take the Mihara junction ⇒ Take the Tsuruga Interchange, Takefu Interchange and Sabae Interchange on the Hokuriku Expressway.
→ 500 km from Tokyo
→ 210 km from Osaka
→ 160 km from Nagoya
◇To enjoy beautiful landscapes while driving, exit the Tsuruga Interchange and take the National Road Route No.8. From Omiya, take the “Shiokaze Line” (Kono Coast Road) that runs alongside the coast and enjoy the view.
23 km to Oimatsu district via Omori.
It’s the main facility of Yukyu Roman no Mori. There is a dining area where meals are served, and where you will be able to enjoy some oroshi soba noodles.
Meals can also be enjoyed by the fireplace.
The manager’s office is also located in the Horakukan building.
It’s a small village of 10 log houses located 300m away from Horakukan and the manager’s office, where you can enjoy the privacy of a private cottage.
●Mount Eboshi’s Barbecue House
Enjoy the panoramic view of Barbecue House, an altitude restaurant on Mount Eboshi (532m). From there you can see the Oda Valley and the forest of the Tsurugi Shrine in its center, but also Mount Haku (when the weather is good) and the Sea of Japan.
Set meal: ¥1,550 (tax included), includes 2 kg of charcoal and 1 iron plate.
※Meal price is not included in the booking price
Learn how to make soba noodles from a local soba master, and discover the amazing taste of fresh, handmade soba noodles! Everyone can participate, from children to adults.
Soba making lesson: ¥3,100 (tax included), about 7 servings
※Price of the lesson not included in the booking price
●Mori no Gakusha
It’s a prefectural training facility where all kind of information on forests are displayed and where you can experience woodworking.
There is also a charcoal burner in the square in front of the facility.
Small concerts can also be held in the multipurpose hall of Mori no Gakusha.
It’s a place that adapts to your needs and ideas!