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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.
Excellent staff with attentive service. great meal service.
CURIO Shirakawago is offering accommodations in Shirakawa. The 5-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom and free WiFi.
We loved our stay at Curio Shirakawago, and would definitely stay there again. The beds were so comfortable, and the room was nice and spacious. The bathroom was clean and spacious too. The air conditioning worked well. The owner met us on arrival and helped carry our bags up one floor to our rooms, he was really friendly and made us feel very welcome. He spoke good English. The snow had been cleared from the entrance. Plenty of car parking space. The Convenience Store is a short walk down the road. The Gusso historic village is about a 15-20 minute walk from the accommodation, or a couple of minutes drive.
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.
the staff was really helpful! with the price and the distance from the main village of Shirakawa, i'm really satisfied that i was able to book my room. thank you so much!
Featuring an open-air bath, bar and views of mountain, Onyado Yuinosho is located in Shirakawa, 28 miles from Hida Minzoku Mura Folk Village.
On site onsen. Free noodles for supper. Paid breakfast was very elaborate and filling. Very near to the shirakawago village
Set in Shirakawa, 492 feet from Shirakawago, Shirakawa-Go INN offers accommodations with a shared lounge and free private parking.
Recommended, good, nice and afforable place to stay in shirakawa-go A friendly staff/owner They offer shuttle by request
Guest House Ant Hut is located in Shirakawa-go village, a 20-minute walk from the bus terminal Ogimachi at Shirakawa-go World Heritage Village. Free private parking is available on site.
The host made us feel so warm and welcome. Although we booked the room just 2 hours before check-in time, the host is quick to message us to arrange pick-up from Shirakawago bus terminal. The guesthouse has a cosy feel and the furnitures / toys brings us back to our childhood days. Everything is super clean. The room is spacious by Japan accommodation standard. The convenience store (15 min walk) away has all the things we need for a last minute decision to stay, i.e, toiletries, food, etc. We also went to the nearby Hida beef restaurant for dinner and it was oishi-licious!
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Shiroyamakan offers accommodations in Shirakawa, 0.9 mi from Shirakawago. Free private parking is available on site. The entire property is nonsmoking.
everything was fantastic. staff were delightful and kind and attentive. extremely clean. beautiful
Located in Shirakawa, within 29 miles of Hida Minzoku Mura Folk Village and 30 miles of Takayama Station, 天然温泉白川郷の湯 provides accommodations with an open-air bath as well as free private parking for...
Staff are very polite, peaceful and relaxing environment. Nice scenery and delicious food.
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.
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.
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!).
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.
Beautiful villages with various very old wooden house that was amazing and I got a spot on Japanese local television by short interview there :))) I never been there so far so that this time was an unforgettable memories of mine. I will come again in Summer or Autumn time to take more pictures and enjoy local food here.
Beautiful village, quiet and peaceful. I went in December and there were not so many tourists which was nice. The heritage museum has some fantastic traditional Japanese architecture, apart form that you can enter some of the houses in the village that are not part of the museum. There are some restaurants and coffee places, I eat some really good udon there (it was in a traditional house, off the main village road) for 1000 yen. There is a small supermarket close to the bus station. Everything in walking distance (if someone doesn't want to climb up to the view point, there is a bus that goes there every 20 minutes. You can also visit an onsen and relax there (700 yen if you have your own towel). As a non japanew speaker I had no problems, many people spoke English.