About the Accommodation Plan
The maximum number of people that can be accommodated is 55 people, including four-person rooms, single rooms, twin rooms, and Japanese-style rooms that can accommodate groups (combined with common rooms, conference rooms, and training rooms).
Prices vary depending on the type of room and the number of adults and children.
No meals are provided.
No accommodation is available during winter (November 1 to March 31).
Yuyuso is an accommodation and training facility that aims to promote exchanges between urban and rural areas and is also equipped with facilities for processing agricultural and marine products.
In the vicinity of the facility, there is a pottery studio, Obira, where you can easily experience pottery making, and the B&G Ocean Center, as well as the Hotel Yuyukan, Kodaira International Park Golf Course, and Moyo-dai Campground.
About the experience
You can try your hand at scallop shelling, caring for Kodaira beef (Japanese black cattle), harvesting agricultural products, and BBQing agricultural and marine products.
This facility was reborn in April 2006 through the effective use of the facilities of the former Rumoi Youth House, which was closed in March 2001. The facility is divided into a processing training building and an accommodation training building. (5) Shower rooms (one shower room for men and one shower room for women, one for disabled people) (5) Shower rooms (one shower room for men and one shower room for women, five shower rooms for disabled people) (6) Office room (7) Cooking room (8) Washstand (9) Kitchen (10) Dining lounge (11) Lounge (12) Conference room 1 (13) Conference room 2 (14) Training room (11) to (14) and Japanese style room (16) Entrance hall (17) Barbecue corner The maximum capacity is 55 people.
Fees for each facility
Heating fee for guests: April 1 - April 30, 200 yen/person
-Processing training room usage fee
Processing room 250 yen/hour 9:00-17:00 (including cleanup time)
Open all year round
If gas is used, the actual cost of the gas usage will be charged.
Heating fee: 100 yen/person from Nov. 1 to Apr. 30
150 yen/person for non-stay users (within 2 hours)
June 20 - September 20
8 to 32 people
9:00 - 21:00 (including clean-up time)
April 1 - October 31
◎Where Yuyuso is located
It is located 120 minutes by car from Asahikawa Airport and 20 minutes by car from Rumoi Station on the JR Rumoi Main Line. It is also a 5-minute walk from the Yuyuukan-iriguchi bus stop on the Coastal Bus bound for Horonobe Underground Research Center and Haboro Terminal.
Recommended restaurants in the neighborhood
-Michi no Eki Obira Kibanya (Roadside Station) "Food Supply Facility": 15 minutes by car. In the restaurant using seasonal ingredients, "Nishin soba" and "Nishin oyakodon", which are associated with the herring palace, are very popular, as well as "Nishin no sanpei-jiru", a local dish served on a special plate "sanpei-zara", including a bowl of rice topped with dried herring sashimi.
-Yokoukan "Hoyo": 2-minute walk. The restaurant is located in the lodging facility Yuyuukan, which opened in 1998 in the green town of Kodaira. You can enjoy delicious dishes made with local ingredients.
-Soba & Cafe "Karakure": 15-minute walk. It is a cafe and soba noodle shop by the sea. A 15-minute walk.
-Restaurant "Sumire": 15 minutes by car. A set meal restaurant where you can enjoy the unique seafood of Hokkaido. The popular "Today's Kaisen-don" (1,350 yen) will satisfy you with the freshness of the ingredients. In addition to seafood, udon, soba, and ramen are also popular.
-Rio Rest House: 10 minutes by car. This is a set meal restaurant where you can enjoy Sangen Pork Loin Cutlet Set Meal, Kushikatsu Set Meal, Curry, and Ramen. The pork cutlet is thick and satisfying, making it a hearty meal.
Nearby Convenience Stores and Supermarkets
7-Eleven Rumoi Kodaira Store 1㎞
-Seicomart Kodaira store 1.6㎞
-Lawson Rumoi Onika store 14㎞
-Seicomart Onika store 14㎞
-Lawson Rumoi Ekimae Branch 9.7㎞
What is Kodaira Town?
Kodaira Town is located on the west coast of Hokkaido and prospered through herring fishing from the Meiji and Taisho periods. Kodaira is located on the west coast of Hokkaido and prospered from the herring fishing industry during the Meiji and Taisho periods. Today, as a fishing and agricultural town, Rumoi produces octopus, sea urchin, scallops, melons, cattle, watermelons, rice, wheat, charcoal, etc.
Recommended places in the neighborhood
-Former Hanada-ke Banya, an important cultural property: This is the northernmost building designated as an important cultural property. It was built around 1905 and is the largest of the existing guard houses in Hokkaido. The house is open to the public all year round, with a roadside station attached.
-Sunset of the Sea of Japan seen from Nishin Culture and History Park: A tanka poem written by Takeshiro Matsuura in Onishika is engraved on the monument that looks like a sunset. The best shot is when the arc drawn by the monument overlaps with the beautiful sunset over the Sea of Japan.
Kodaira Dam: Lake Obirashibe-an artificial lake created by the Kodaira Dam-is located here, and the Takimi Bridge over the lake is the longest bridge over the lake in the whole Hokkaido.
In consideration of traffic conditions, sightseeing, and dining convenience, it is recommended that you come by car. There is a free parking lot on the premises.
For guests using a car
-120 minutes drive from Asahikawa Airport.
By train or bus
-20 minutes by car from Rumoi Station on the JR Rumoi Main Line.
-Take the coastal bus bound for Horonobe Underground Research Center or Haboro Terminal.
5 minutes walk from Yuttaru Kan Entrance bus stop.
【! Please check the cancellation fee here 【!
The "cancellation fee" shown in the table above is for the general rate.
General (up to 14 people)
1 day before：20
No-show / No-delivery without notice: 100%.
Groups (15 people or more)
More than 10 days before: 0%.
9 days to 2 days before：10
1 day before：20
Same day: 80%.
No-show / no-show without notice: 100%.
Cancellation rates are applied daily.
For example, if you book a 3-night stay for a group and cancel 1 day before check-in, the charge will be calculated as follows
For example, if you cancel one day before check-in for a 3-night group reservation, the rate will be calculated as follows: "1 day prior" for the first night, "2 days prior" for the second night, and "3 days prior" for the third night. The daily rate will be multiplied by the cancellation rate to calculate the cancellation fee.
Total of 16 rooms:
1) Japanese-style room: Up to 6 guests w/6 futons
2) Japanese-style room: Up to 4 guests w/4 futons
3) Japanese-style room: Up to 6 guests w/6 futons
4) Japanese-style room: Up to 10 guests w/ 10 futons
5) Western-style room: Up to 1 guest w/ 1 single bed (5 rooms.)
6) Western-style room: Up to 2 twin beds (2 rooms)
7) Western-style room: Up to 4 guests w/ 2 bunk beds (5 rooms)
Hair dyeing, bathing after drinking, leaving hot water on, and pets are not allowed in the room.
Quiet hours start at 22:00
The lights are turned off at 11:00 p.m. and the front door is locked.
Please refrain from making loud noises.
Only group guests may use the kitchen and cooking room.
The kitchen and cooking room can only be used by group guests (please wash up after use by yourself).
No smoking in the entire building.