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Resort Pension Yamanoue

At a Glance

    Pros

  • in village center
  • expansive dinners
  • butterflies in late June and early July

    Cons

  • must go next door for hot springs

Resort Pension Yamanoue Review

This modern guesthouse sits in the center of the village's flower-filled pedestrian area. The owner is not only a keen lepidopterologist, but also an agile fisherman, so dinners can include freshwater fish, plus seasonal wild mushroom soup served from a giant cauldron in the dining room. Sake liqueurs made from fruits like mountain grapes may enhance (or hinder) the next day's hiking power. There are clean tatami rooms with shared washing areas, and use of the Kurodake no Yu hot spring next door is free. No English is spoken, but faxed reservations in simple English are okay

    Hotel Details

  • 14 Japanese-style rooms without bath.
  • Rate includes breakfast, some meals.
Updated: 09-20-2013

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