Iwatakan Inn

Iwatakan Inn is a 15-minute walk from Yatai Kaikan, which exhibits elaborate, ancient festival floats. The Miyagawa Asaichi Morning Market is a 10-minute walk away. Old Town Takayama is about a 15-minute walk away.Offering indoor and open-air hot-spring baths, free Wi-Fi throughout and a Japanese-style breakfast and dinner, Minshuku Iwatakan is about 8 minutes from JR Takayama Train Station on the free shuttle. Free on-site parking is provided.

    Japanese Room

    Guests sleep in traditional style, in futon bedding atop a tatami (woven-straw) floor. Each Japanese room is air-conditioned and includes a TV. Toilets are shared, and the guests bathe at the hot-spring baths.

    • DiningDining

    Iwatakan is a typical Japanese bed and breakfast property and a fine example of an authentic Japanese home. Enjoy a Japanese style breakfast and dinner prepared by the guest house's resident chef. The dinner course includes Hida-beef and a variety of local dishes.

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