Seikokuji Temple is in the east part of Yoshino-chō district, which is located in the center of Nara Prefecture. It’s surrounded by the mountains and the air is always clean and fresh. The Yoshino-gawa river flows gently near here. We only accept one reservation at a time (One reservation per day).
Located in the UNESCO World Heritage area of Yoshinoyama. Kam Inn is a guesthouse intended for those who are interested in learning about traditional Japanese mountain culture, folklore, and the local mountain worshiping belief system of Shugendo. Kam Inn stands about midway up the Yoshinoyama area, near the Nakasenbon bus stop or a 30 minute walk from Yoshino Station. Old house with a new interior. Easy access to surrounding temples, shrines and hiking trails. Manager speaks basic English.
Our house has stood for 150 years.It's Japanese traditional house. There are 2 bedrooms(Tatami-room) and 1 living room, bathroom, shower toilet, all of the room for only you. *Children is free of charge if you don't need a bed(Futon) and break fast. Only bed room has air conditioner. And all of the room have electric fan and fan heater . I highly recommend "Kintetsu Rail Pass". It provides five consecutive days of unlimited use of trains on the network of Kintetsu Railways.