Farmhouse Inn Wakamatsu-ya

Farmhouse Inn Wakamatsu-ya
Omotenashi farmhouse inn inheriting the hatago inn hospitality of our ancestors

Wakamatsu-ya is a long-established inn continuing from the Edo period when the Aizu-Yonezawa Kaido road prospered.
From the old days, we have been a relaxing inn for merchants and people traveling over the pass.
We once started a business as general store after the roads were improved and fewer people traveled by, but later reopened our minshuku inn. From 2018, we started a new challenge as a farmhouse inn.
Visit our inn for abundant nature, delicious meals, and fun experiences unique to the mountains.

Farmhouse Inn Wakamatsu-ya

Pass through the tunnel to the Seki District, and you will arrive at Wakamatsu-ya.

The rice paddies behind the inn are a perfect location. Enjoy local Yonezawa dishes for dinner.
Many rabbits
Many rabbits will greet you at the entrance. Each one is handmade.
cross-cultural exchanges
We have hosted many students from overseas and enjoy cross-cultural exchanges.
Experience country life at the nature-rich source of the Mogami River.
Farmhouse Inn Wakamatsu-ya
Farmhouse Inn Wakamatsu-ya Masahiro and Yuriko Sato

Our farmhouse inn features the great nature and seasonal vegetables.
Meals highlight seasonal ingredients harvested from the blessings of nature, including mountain vegetables in the spring, mushrooms in the autumn, rice made with water from the source of the Mogami River, and Yonezawa beef.

Rates and Hours
Basic Rates One night and two meals ¥6,500/adult (tax inclusive)
Options
Payment Cash only, Pay at Inn
Hours Check-in: 15:00 (Negotiable)
Check-out: 10:00 (Negotiable)
Other information
Cancellation Policy Day of arrival: 100% of lodging fees
Rooms
Rooms Rooms

Max. 8 people

Two Japanese-style rooms with futon bedding

Amenities Towel, bath towel, soap, body soap, shampoo (including 2-in-1 shampoo), conditioner, toothbrush and toothpaste, hairdryer
Facilities Warm water bidet toilet, shower, bath, kitchen, dishes, heating, fan, washing machine (free) laundry pole, Internet (wireless LAN), television, hangers
Bathing Facilities Bathroom available
Hot spring facility located nearby (Shuttle available) Shirabu Onsen, Onogawa Onsen
Others Pets not allowed
No smoking
Meals
Meals Meals

Enjoy Yuriko-san's delicious homemade country-style cooking and Yonezawa specialties.
* Enjoy dishes featuring mountain vegetable dishes and fresh vegetables, Yonezawa specialty "Koi no arai" (carp sashimi), and Yonezawa beef.
* Yonezawa beef steak is available upon request. (Separate charges)

Recommended Points at and around the Inn
Grape picking Rice paddy art

[Activities at our Inn]
[Spring] Mountain vegetable and warabi (bracken) picking, Sasamaki (sticky rice cake) making
[Summer] Bamboo light crafting experience
[Autumn] Chestnut picking, dried persimmon making
[Winter] Snow play
[Throughout the year] Farming experience, strolls in woodlands, kimono wearing, etc.

[Activities in the Area]
* Experiences in Seki District
[Spring] All-you-can-eat cherry plan at local cherry orchard / Fresh mountain vegetable festival
[Autumn] Autumn festival / Grape and apple picking at local fruit orchard plan
[Winter] Experience snow country fun with plentiful snow

* Other experiences in this area
・Otaka Poppo painting experience (reservations required)
・Koma (Japanese top) painting experience
・Sutra copying experience (reservations required)
・Tour of Onogawa Onsen rice paddy art
・Trekking at Tengendaikogen
・Yonezawa Hatto (Eight Onsens) Shirabu Otaki

From the Inn
From the Inn

Think of us as your countryside relatives and stop by for a variety of experiences and relaxation.

Farmhouse Inn Wakamatsu-ya
Address 8-1 Oaza Tateishi, Yonezawa, Yamagata Prefecture 992-1471
Tel +81-238-38-2446/+81-90-8612-0471
Fax +81-238-38-2446
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Access Approx. 30 minutes from Yonezawa- Hachimanpara IC on Tohoku-Chuo Expressway
* Pick-up/drop-off: Available
* Parking spaces for 8 cars