Gassho Hostel

Hostel in Gokayama District

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conditions

1.Cash payment only upon arrival. 2.Check-in is after 16:00 and check-out is before 10:00 am. 3.Cancellation Policy: Reservations may be cancelled without charge up to four days prior to arrival. Reservations cancelled less than four days before the date of arrival will incur the following charges. Three days in advance : 30% of room rate One day in advance : 50% of room rate Same day : 100% of room rate No show : 100% of room rate 4.The guest rooms don’t have their own private baths or toilets, and there is a shower room that can be used 24 hours. * The hostel closes from December through March due to deep snow. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

description

Gassho Hostel is one of the larger Gassho Zukuri style of accommodations in Gokayama with 4 Japanese-style guest rooms. In the traditional style, guest rooms come with tatami mat floors and a low table. During the night, futon are spread out to sleep on. Baths and toilets are typically modern but shared. Staying guests should expect a simple stay without the amenities of Western style hotels. While equipped for a convenient, modern lifestyle, the old, wooden farmhouses still transmit a very rustic atmosphere. For example, an open fireplace, known as an irori, is found in the common dining room and used for heating and sometimes cooking. This hostel has no meal services, however we have a self-service kitchen for you to prepare your own food. The guest kitchen includes a microwave, fridge and freezer, along with basic kitchenware. * The hostel closes from December through March due to deep snow. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

directions

By bus; Our hostel is within 10 minuites’ walk of Suganuma bus stop, which is along the bus route between Ogimachi in Shirakawa-go and Takaoka Station on the JR Hokuriku Line. The bus ride from Ogimachi to Suganuma takes 30 minutes and costs 840 yen. There are only four buses per day (see timetable). Note that in Ogimachi, the buses stop at the 'Ogimachi' bus stop rather than the 'Shirakawa-go' bus stop (see map). http://www.gokayama-info.jp/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/4e2b5eb2f241b016ae7e82fe7e4771952.pdf By car; From Shirakawa-go, Suganuma can be reached in about 30 minutes along National Route 156. You can cut travel time by a few minutes by taking the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway between Shirakawago and Gokayama IC (550 yen expressway tolls). From Gokayama IC, Ainokura is reached in about 2 minutes.

located near

Gassho Hostel is set next to Suganuma Village, one of the main attractions of Gokayama. Suganuma Village and nine of its gassho-zukuri farmhouses, were designated a UNESCO world heritage site along with Ainokura and Ogimachi in 1995. 855 Suganuma, Nanto City, Toyama, Japan 939-1973

short introduction

Gassho Hostel is one of the larger Gassho Zukuri style of accommodations in Gokayama with 4 Japanese-style guest rooms. In the traditional style, guest rooms come with tatami mat floors and a low table. During the night, futon are spread out to sleep on. Baths and toilets are typically modern but sh

Features of Gassho Hostel

Other

  • Bbq
  • Bicycle parking
  • Common room
  • Free city maps
  • Free parking
  • Hair dryers
  • Hair dryers for hire
  • Hot showers
  • Housekeeping
  • Self-catering facilities
  • Parking
  • Tea & coffee making facilities
  • Towels for hire
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