Good stay in Mino

Private room in residential home hosted by Yoshi&Emi

  1. 3 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 3 beds
  4. 1 shared bath
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My City Mino is one of the local city in Gifu Prefecture surrounded by river & mountain & grateful nature.
Located on the way to Takayma or Shirakawa from Nagoya

The space
Private room with Tatami.

Not convenience to visit to Nagoya.

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I'll give you the key for house.
I have bicycles for guests.
So just feel like your home and discover Mino city by yourself!!
Suitable place for back packer or slow travelers.
Suggest to stay couple of days.

Where you'll sleep

3 single beds

What this place offers

Free parking on premises
Air conditioning
Long term stays allowed
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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4.91 out of 5 stars from 65 reviews


Where you’ll be

Mino, Gifu Prefecture, Japan

Mino city:
The city of Mino developed as Japan's heartland during the Edo Period thanks to the blessings of nature and Japanese traditions. Even today, Mino is deeply affected by the creation by the feudal lord Nagachika Kanamori of one of the largest production centers for paper.
The river beacons lining the Nagara River and the “old streets lined with udatsu (roofed dividing walls)” built on success in trade evoke both the spirit and the atmosphere of Edo. An enjoyable trip can also be made by touring architectural heritage sites from the Meiji and Taisho Periods.

Gujo Hachiman:
A small, riverside town in Gifu Prefecture, known for its pristine waterways and its distinctive summer dance festival. The town was founded in the 16th century following the construction of Hachiman Castle.

Gujo's waterways function in much the same capacity as they did in the 1600s. Walking through town provides visitors with a look at the many canals, fountains and waterways that are still used for washing rice, vegetables and laundry. Townspeople cooperate to keep the canals clean and the water fresh; as a result of their efforts, Gujo's drinking water is a source of local pride.

Gujo Odori is the name of the large summer dance festival held in Gujo Hachiman. The festival started over 400 years ago and continues today for a period of thirty-one festival nights between July and September. During the four days of Obon in mid August, dances continue all through the night.

Gujo is also a leading producer of food replicas in Japan. Many of the food replicas, used by restaurants to decorate their windows and inform patrons of their dishes, are produced here. Visitors can try their hand at creating wax shrimp tempura in some of the workshops.

Hosted by Yoshi&Emi

  1. Joined in June 2013
  • 65 Reviews
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Hi guys! We are family Yoshi&Emi and three daughters Sana,Ema,Io(born in 2016.2018.2019) We were born 1986 & grow up in Gifu,Japan. We traveled around the world in 2013. On that journey,many people helped us. Now this is our turn. Hope to see you soon.
Hi guys! We are family Yoshi&Emi and three daughters Sana,Ema,Io(born in 2016.2018.2019) We were born 1986 & grow up in Gifu,Japan. We traveled around the world in 2013. On that jo…
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