Below are some frequently asked questions, if you have any further questions, please get in touch and we will try and answer the best we can.
Frequently asked questions
We offer complementary shuttle service for guests checking in and out during the time period below. We require reservation 24 hours in advance. Please stand outside of the train station for pick up.
Complementary Drop off service
9:30 am – 10 am
Complementary Pick up service: once per group only
Check-in pick up 3 pm – 5:15 pm, 7:30 pm – 10 pm, Checkout drop off 9:30-10 am
The public bus bound for Kirifuri Falls/Kirifuri Highlands/Ozasa Bokujo Farm runs by our guesthouse. The bus stop number is #95 called Momijidaira Besso Iriguchi. The bus schedule can be found at http://www.tobu-bus.com/pc/search/bs_tt.php?key=43002_41 For December 1 to March 31 http://www.tobu-bus.com/pc/search/bs_tt.php?key=43002_61 For April 1 to November 30
Yes. The restaurant serves a western-style breakfast. Please reserve 24 hours in advance. Restaurant hours are as below
Breakfast: 7:30 am – 9:00 am
Dinner: 6:45 pm – 8:30 pm
Yes. Children of 2 years and younger eat for free.
Dinner: for children of ages 3 to 6 is 600 yen; for children of ages 7 to 11 old is 1000 yen.
Breakfast: for children of ages 3 to 6 is 600 yen; for children of ages 7 to 11 old is 800 yen.
There is no discount for kid’s age 12 and above. We require reservation of 24 hours in advance for meal reservations.
Yes. We offer both vegetarian dinner and breakfast with reservations of 24 hours in advance.
One child under 5 years old as of the time of check in can stay for free in our twin, triple, and family rooms when sharing a bed with an adult. Children of 6 years and above require a bed.
You can get to Nikko by JR or Tobu train lines (See http://nikko-travel.jp/english/access/search/). The easiest way is by bus. It takes about 3.5 hours. The schedule can be found at https://www.narita-airport.jp/en/access/narita_air_and_bus/nikko.
You can get to Nikko by JR or Tobu train lines (See http://nikko-travel.jp/english/access/search/). The bus also runs as follows: http://www.tobu-bus.com/en/haneda/haneda_kinugawa.html
JR and Tobu train lines come to Nikko. Tobu Line has direct train from Asakusa, Taito Ward, Tokyo called Kegon, The SPACIA Limited Express. You can compare and decide which train line suits you better (See https://www.japanstation.com/traveling-from-tokyo-to-nikko/).
Yes, you can. You can purchase a 2-day bus pass from
Long line for bus http://www.tobu-bus.com/en/nikko/pdf/nikko_en_3.pdf?201808906 or you may choose to pay as it goes, which is more expensive than 2-day pass. The pass to Yumoto Onsen is 3000 yen per person as of February 2019 which takes you to where we start the guided hike of Nikko National Park Area. During the high season, Nikko tends to have heavy traffic congestion. The bus is likely to be full and passengers may have to stand in the bus for 45+ minutes from Nikko stations to reach Yumoto Onsen.