Fujioto Ryokan in Tsumago : 藤乙旅館
Historical Ryokan Boasting a Traditional Japanese Garden.
Kiso River Valley
Popular with foreigners, the majority of the inn’s guests are repeaters or come by word of mouth. Dinners feature the best of Nagano’s cuisine, including apple-fed Nagano wagyu (“Shinshu-gyu”) beef filet served with a miso sauce on a magnolia leaf (a local specialty), horse meat tartar (“Basashi”), and salt-rubbed grilled char. The common bath is made of hinoki cypress wood, another specialty of the Kiso area.
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- Japanese Style(7 room(s))
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Authentic historical construction. Walls between guestrooms are literally paper-thin. Toilets are common-use.
tel : +81(0)264-57-3009 fax : +81(0)264-57-2239 Official site
- By Train
- From Nagiso Station(JR Chuo Line), By bus bound for Tsumago, get off at Tsumago stop (10 min) then 2 min on foot. Or 5 min by taxi.
- By Car
- From Nakatsugawa IC, 30 minute in the direction of Kiso Fukushima.
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