Lonely Planet review
One of Tsumago's most historic lodgings (parts date from 1804), Matsushiro-ya sits on the village's most picturesque street and offers large tatami rooms.
Our independent authors have visited Matsushiro-ya and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Tsumago & Magome.
Interesting places nearby
Waki-honjin (Okuya) & Local History Museum
The former rest stop for the daimyō's retainers, this Waki-honjin was reconstructed in 1877 by a former castle builder under special...
A few kilometres above Tsumago, you'll find this rotemburo with panoramic mountain vistas, a sprawling dining room and a souvenir shop.
Magome was the birthplace of author Shimazaki Tōson (1872–1943). His work records the decline of two provincial Kiso families – this...
If you're hungry after a long walk, this handmade soba will fill you up.