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TOYOTA Shirakawa-Go Eco-Institute, hotel in Shirakawa

Boasting hot-spring baths, a French restaurant and nature tours, the Eco-Institute is just a 10-minute drive from Shirakawa-Go traditional village, a UNESCO world heritage site.

Very beautiful and the Onsen is wonderful
8.7
Scored 8.7
Excellent
Rated excellent
140 reviews
Price from$212.84per night
CURIO Shirakawago, hotel in Shirakawa

CURIO Shirakawago is offering accommodations in Shirakawa. The 5-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom and free WiFi.

Lovely property with mountain view, very clean and comfortable, easy walk into the main part of town, and “contactless” check-in was seamless! We loved our stay here and would recommend!
8.5
Scored 8.5
Very Good
Rated very good
378 reviews
Price from$120.44per night
WAY SHIRAKAWAGO - Private, Free Parking and Newly Opened 2022 WAY SHIRAKAWAGO, hotel in Shirakawa

WAY SHIRAKAWAGO - Private, Free Parking and Newly Opened 2022 WAY SHIRAKAWAGO enjoys a location in Shirakawa, a 7-minute walk from Shirakawago and 30 miles from Fuji Folk Museum.

It was a great option for staying in Shirakawa-go. The included snacks and curry were a nice bonus and were enjoyed by our group. It was clean and comfortable, keep in mind they are futons but I slept just fine.
9.0
Scored 9.0
Wonderful
Rated wonderful
312 reviews
Price from$82.78per night
Onyado Yuinosho, hotel in Shirakawa

Onyado Yuinosho provides a sauna and free private parking, and is within 28 miles of Hida Minzoku Mura Folk Village and 29 miles of Takayama Station.

The hotel was unimaginably beautiful and clean, meals were gorgeous and delicious also the stuffs were very kind.
8.9
Scored 8.9
Excellent
Rated excellent
902 reviews
Price from$252.35per night
Shirakawago Guest House Kei, hotel in Shirakawa

1969 feet from Shirakawago, Shirakawago Guest House Kei is set in Shirakawa and offers rooms with free WiFi. All rooms feature a kitchen and a shared bathroom.

Kind and helpful staff, charming atmosphere, clean. It was really amazing to stay over for 1 night.
8.5
Scored 8.5
Very Good
Rated very good
993 reviews
Price from$68.82per night
Minsyuku Koshiyama, hotel in Shirakawa

Located only a 10-minute stroll away from Shirakawa-go Bus Terminal, Minsyuku Koshiyama features free WiFi access and free private parking.

The staff were very kind. When we arrived, they offered to put us into an otherwise empty dorm room together even though they were meant to be split up by gender. They were also able to cater for my dietary requirements (vegetarian) in the restaurant. The stay was walking distance away from the gassho zukuri houses and the bus stop, but the walk wasn't particularly scenic.
8.7
Scored 8.7
Excellent
Rated excellent
127 reviews
Price from$127.45per night
GuestHouse Shirakawa-Go INN, hotel in Shirakawa

Set in Shirakawa, 492 feet from Shirakawago, Shirakawa-Go INN offers accommodations with a shared lounge and free private parking.

The owners are so nice and friendly and it's located in a good location.
8.4
Scored 8.4
Very Good
Rated very good
358 reviews
Price from$70.10per night
天然温泉白川郷の湯, hotel in Shirakawa

Featuring mountain views, 天然温泉白川郷の湯 in Shirakawa features accommodations and a terrace. Offering a restaurant, the property also has an open-air bath, a sauna, and a hot spring bath.

The location is perfect, just walk across from the bus station and located just right in front of the village, next to a small supermarket. The Onsen was very nice, next to a beautiful river. The Japanese style breakfast and dinner was great, plenty of food.
8.7
Scored 8.7
Excellent
Rated excellent
67 reviews
Price from$238.33per night
Guest House Takazuri-KITA, hotel in Shirakawa

Providing a garden, Guest House Takazuri-KITA offers accommodations in Nanto. This guest house provides free private parking, a shared kitchen, and free Wifi.

The environment and the staff, also was very confortable bed and room
9.5
Scored 9.5
Exceptional
Rated exceptional
232 reviews
Price from$95.59per night
Guesthouse UNILA, hotel in Shirakawa

Located in Hakusan, 26 miles from Kanazawa Castle, Guesthouse UNILA has accommodations with a shared lounge, free private parking, a restaurant and a bar.

8.3
Scored 8.3
Very Good
Rated very good
9 reviews
Price from$63.72per night
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What Guests Said About Shirakawa:

  • 10
    Scored 10

    Our hotel is a beautifully maintained traditional Ryokan...

    Our hotel is a beautifully maintained traditional Ryokan which offered us excellent and delicious Japanese breakfasts and dinners. It's on the verge of Shirakawago within walking distance to the village. We had a most enjoyable stay although it rained a lot!
    Siew San
    Greece
  • 10
    Scored 10

    It is a beautiful place nestled in a forested valley and the...

    It is a beautiful place nestled in a forested valley and the history, design and construction of the gassho houses is really interesting. We were also lucky enough to get to see the annual test of the fire fighting system. The bus trip from Takayama by bus was a comfortable, scenic trip but there are a lot of tunnels including one over 10km long! There is some very good food available if you are prepared to queue, plus a number of small businesses selling freshly cooked Japanese snacks. Unfortunately the World Heritage Site is clogged with day visitors - think Bruges or Český Krumlov - and I expect numbers will need to be controlled sometime in the near future. Many people are from Japan, with foreign tourists adding to the volume. As a visitor you need to remain aware that the site is home to lots of people with many operating working farms, so be respectful and don’t enter private areas even if it offers the Instagram photo you have always wanted to take.
    Andrew
    Australia
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    The place is beautiful and peaceful.

    The place is beautiful and peaceful. The village is unique and well deserves to be in the Unesco world heritage list. It is surrounded by beautiful mountains, and I understand there is also a waterfall which we didn't get to see, but must be nice. I wish we could have stayed longer. The view from the observatory is breathtaking. Upon arrival at the visitor center and bus terminal, helpful guides and some refreshments can be found, and trips to other destinations can be efficiently booked and managed. The place has a luggage deposit and a rest area, so the village may be visited upon arrival. There is a shuttle between the visitor center and the observatory leaving from a stop nearby, a 2 minute walk from the bus terminal. We visited end of august and it was way too hot. There are rare, insufficient shaded areas. Water is flowing everywhere but we were told by locals not to drink it. Most places request cash-only, especially the Heritage-run stores. Every facility in the village opens after 11 and is closed around 2 pm, except souvenir shops which close around 4/4.30 pm, before and after that, there is nothing to do and nowhere to go. We stayed at the perfect guest house, and had a super-kind host who took care of all our needs.
    Valeria
    Italy
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Loved it!

    Loved it! Quaint little village with thatched roofs, cafes and shops to browse, friendly locals, such a cool atmosphere walking around. Would have loved to have longer, as we only had one night, and 3 hours to wander the village.
    Sujoelca
    New Zealand
  • 10
    Scored 10

    the view is beautiful.

    the view is beautiful. It is worth a day trip to enjoy the village in the winter. However there is not much else to do there. And every thing becomes a dead town after 5 PM. So either stay a night there, or come extremely early to avoid the crowd (if you have a car!).
    THIEN PHU
    Singapore
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    Make sure to do your research on the days of snowfall if you...

    Make sure to do your research on the days of snowfall if you qant to catch them with snow on their thatched roofs, because there's not much else to do other than explore the village. During off-peak seasons the town is in lull and not many places are open.
    Jian Yang
    Singapore