Welcome to Kohsinzuka
Kohsinzuka Inn is a 100 years or more-old house located in Ohtsumago, a bit
away from Tsumagojuku.
It is surrounded by Nakasendo an old trail and a mountain stream.
Traditional charcoal-burnt “Irori” hearth is loved by lots of visitors.
You will fully enjoy the night of stay by dining and talking each other
with guests by the side of warm “Irori”.
Please have an enjoyable time in this remote countryside.
Accommodation : 13 persons
Rooms : 3(Japanese-style)
Bath : 1 for 2 persons
Wash basin : 2 places
Toilet : 2 places
Bathroom Amenity : bathrobe, shampoo/rinse, soap
*No towel and toothbrush are available
However, we will lend you a towel if you ask.
Parking : About 5 cars can be accommodated.
The kitchen, bath, wash basin and toilet were renovated in 2003.
We serve home-made dishes made of homegrown and seasonal mountain vegetables and river fishes.
“Goheimochi” rice cakes are unique and popular among even the first time visitors. Local chestnuts give a special flavor to its excellent taste.
Child : 4 years old and above
Adult : Junior high student and above
The sam rate will apply to one person
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*Consumption tax will be added
*Even one person has the same price
From Tokyo about 3.5 hours
From Shin-Osaka about 2.5 hours
From Tokyo about 4 hours –
From Osaka about 4 hours –
By Bus from Nagiso
From Nagiso about 15 minutes –
Address: 1775 Azuma | Tsumagojuku, Kiso-gun, Nagiso-machi 399-5302, Nagano Prefecture
For your reservation, please send us a E-mail indicating the required information below to:
Please be sure to check availability.
Please be sure to make a reservation in advance as we may be off from time to time.
We also request that payment be made only in cash.
The number of day(s) staying:
The number of room:
The number of person(s): Adult, Child, Infant
Food allergy or Inedible Food:
You can also send a reservation email from this form.
※The day when nothing is written is vacant.