Oumei-tei Tsuji Ryokan : 蕎麦会席の宿 鷹明亭辻旅館
Togakushi Inn Famous for Soba (Buckwheat) Kaiseki Meals
Historically originating as Buddhist temple lodge during the Heian era, the inn changed to a Shinto connection in 1905, and continues to house one of Togakushi Shrine's holy images. True to its location in Togakushi, one of Nagano's top buckwheat growing regions, the inn boasts a kaiseki dinner incorporating soba in the dishes.
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- ¥15,000-23,000 (including 2 meals), or 9,000-17,000 (breakfast included). Taxes extra.
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- Japanese Style(11 room(s)), Western Style(1 room(s))
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Both dinner and breakfast include many dishes that use soba (buckwheat). If you have an allergy to soba, please inquire in advance. Children not yet in elementary school are not accepted.
tel : +81(0)26-254-2337 fax : +81(0)26-254-2338 Official site
- By Train
- From Nagano Station(JR Hokuriku(Nagano) Shinkansen), Take Alpico's bus to Togakushi from Platform #7 outside the Zenkoji Exit. Use the Chusha Daimon stop (60 min), then 2 min on foot.
Demand-taxi also available from Joetsu Myoko Station.
- By Car
- From Nagano IC, From central Nagano, take the Nana-magari Road or Bird Line, approx. 60 min.
From Shinanomachi IC, via Route 36, 30 min.
- 3360 Togakushi, Nagano 381-4101
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