About Gokayama Gassho no Sato

Gokayama Gassho no Sato is
an accommodation facility adjacent
to the Suganuma Gassho-zukuri village,
a World Heritage Site.

Gokayama Gassho no Sato is a facility where you can make reservations for meals and accommodations (groups and cottages).

By staying in a gassho-zukuri house, you can feel the old life culture.

Cottage accommodation

You can rent a gassho-style cottage with a hearth room.

hearth
The bedroom
Upstairs
  • Equipped with cooking utensils, refrigerator, microwave oven, bath, toilet, etc.
  • We have gassho-zukuri for 10 people, 15 people, and 16 people.
  • Ingredients and seasonings will be brought in.
  • Amenity-related items should be prepared by the customer.

Reservations are accepted from 3 months in advance.

Cottage room

  • “Nitta family” 3 rooms, kitchen, bath
  • “Arai family” 4 rooms, kitchen, bath
  • “Matsuyomon family” 4 rooms, kitchen, bath

Cookware and tableware are installed in the kitchen. Please bring your own ingredients and seasonings.
In addition, there are no amenities (washrooms, etc.), so please bring them with you.

Please note that the layout may differ slightly depending on each cottage.

hotel fee

Accommodation (up to 5 people)33,000 yen (tax included)
Accommodation (per person for more than 5 people)3,300 yen (tax included)
Elementary school students and above
Heating fee3,300 yen (tax included)
Please contact us as it will be set according to the season.
Addition of kindergarten children1,650 yen (tax included)
Free for children under 3 years old
Cancellation chargeon the day : 22,000 yen (tax included)
1 week to the day before : 11,000 yen (tax included)

Other charges

Use of hearth (charcoal only)Charcoal can be purchased for 550 yen (tax included) per kg. (Can be brought in)
Purchase of rock fish550 yen per bottle (tax included)
Please bake yourself in the hearth.
Orders for 5 or more bottles up to 2 days in advance. Please prepare salt.

Check in / Check out

  • Check-in is at 4pm.
  • Check-out is at 10am the next day.

Please be sure to call us if you are late for more than 30 minutes or after 5:30 pm.

Precautions

Please be sure to make a reservation and listen to the explanation when using the barbecue terrace.

  • Gassho-zukuri is a building that is vulnerable to fire. You cannot use barbecue or charcoal near the cottage or the surrounding gassho-zukuri.
  • Fireworks are prohibited.
  • Pets are not allowed.

BBQ terrace

Gassho-zukuri is a building that is vulnerable to fire. You cannot use barbecue or charcoal near the cottage or the surrounding gassho-zukuri.
There is a terrace nearby, so please use that. In addition, please contact us as the terrace requires reservations.

Iwana is one of the most mountain stream fish that lives in the mountains. Generally, mountain stream fish go up to spawn down the river, but only rock fish are “land-sealed” and hide in the mountains where the water temperature is low all year round. Please enjoy the grilled salt that you baked yourself.

You can bring your own charcoal or purchase it at our facility. At this facility, you can purchase 1kg for 550 yen (tax included).

About the World Heritage Suganuma Gassho-zukuri Village

A 5-minute walk from Gokayama Gassho no Sato
To the World Heritage Suganuma Gassho-zukuri Village

Suganuma Village was designated as a national historic site in 1970 and was selected as an Important Preservation District for Traditional Buildings in 1994.
The gassho-style houses where people live and the surrounding landscape are of high value as traditional settlements.
In December 1995, it was registered as a World Cultural Heritage along with the Aikura Gassho-zukuri Village and the Ogimachi Gassho-zukuri Village in Shirakawa-mura, Gifu Prefecture.

The steeply sloping roof made of gassho is extremely unique for a Japanese private house, and the structure rooted in the harsh climate and climate of Gokayama is highly complete and of academic value.

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