It is a 10-minute drive from Osaka Namba Station to Hashimoto station 50 minutes by Nankai kouya line. I will pick you up. Portable WI-FI is available. One booth lies comfortably in tatami and you can feel at ease. We also have a simple sauna room.
“I stayed for 2 days and 1 night. The owners were very kind ^ _ ^ The check-in to the room was very polite, the check-out was smooth, the room was very clean, and it was the best inn. When I told him that I wanted to make a hot pot, it was very helpful to prepare various things from the set of hot pots, served white rice at night, served breakfast so luxuriously, it was very delicious, thank you. It was Thank you so much ^ _ ^ It was a really nice inn ^ ^”
Japan's Tiny House, with two guest rooms, is an excellent way to get to Koyasan. The 36.90sq. meter space in this house is reserved for one set per day. A maximum of 5 people can stay, but we also welcome smaller numbers. An additional charge is required from the second person. Since the nearest station is JR station, you can use the "Japan Rail Pass" to come here. 80% of users are foreign tourists heading to Koyasan.
“Lovely traditional Japanese house. Genicho has gone all-out in adding amenities, including full kitchenware, an espresso machine, tea, and a complimentary treat from a friend who is a baker. I had an excellent stay and I was impressed with Genichiro's hospitality and quick communication. He even gave me tips and information for taking the train to nearby Koyasan. I would definitely recommend a stay at this stylish house! :)”
Our house is a three-story house. The first floor is a coffee shop. For the guests, rooms on the second floor are available. Our family has become all barrier-free, and it is a very precious facility for people using age and young women and wheelchairs. Access to the world heritage, Koyasan is also very convenient. (Door to Koyasan about 1 hour)
“This was a great place to stay. Good value with the included breakfast. The hosts don't speak too much English but we didn't have any issues and they are very hospitable. There were tourist pamphlets for both Hashimoto and Koya-san. The location was great, in the middle of town and not too far from Koya (1 hour drive). Not sure how the location would be for those on public transit as I had a rental car. Would start again without hesitation.”