Lonely Planet review
Showing signs of age, this is one of Tsumago's most historic lodgings (parts date from 1804). It has large tatami rooms and plenty of authentic charm.
Our independent authors have visited Matsushiro-ya and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Tsumago & Magome.
Interesting places nearby
Here is where daimyō themselves would spend the night, although the building's architecture is more noteworthy than its exhibits. A...
A few kilometres above Tsumago, you'll find this rotemburo with panoramic mountain vistas, a sprawling dining room and a souvenir shop.
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...
If you're hungry after a long walk, this handmade soba will fill you up.