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We booked the room to the host directly. Since no contact email and we did not know Japanese. We translated our letter and sent it to the host by post. She contacted us through email finally. We did not use the booking service by the...More
Iccha is a mere 5-minute walk from the bus station/tourist information center. This has proven to be quite helpful during winter as it can be a challenge walking with luggage in deep snow. I was so thankful we decided to stay here since most of...More
Great location, very central in the village. Very warm and comfortable but still in an old Gassho-Zukuri style house. We went in early Feb 2014 with lots of snow. We had our own tatami room, with our own gas heating. Modern bathroom is shared with...More
A very friendly couple, though they do not know how to speak English they are very friendly, and did not disturb you except calling you for dinner and lunch. If you want to go out at night , they even gave you a torch.
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You can book this inn through the Shirakawa Tourist Information Center. The minshuku has no email or phone that is listed anywhere (besides the owners barely speak any English). It is best that you request for assistance... More
You can book this inn through the Shirakawa Tourist Information Center. The minshuku has no email or phone that is listed anywhere (besides the owners barely speak any English). It is best that you request for assistance from the Tourist Center.
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"Ask for Room #2 -- the biggest room in the house with a good view of the main street (mesmerizing during..."