Orchard Owners’ Lodging Aoi
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¥¥¥¥7,000 - ¥15,000 per night

Lodging Aoi, a charming inn nestled along the Naka River and situated between Temples 20 and 21, offers a unique accommodation experience in a renovated former elementary school building. Owned by an orchard owner, this inn stands out for its Western-style decor, beds, and private bathrooms in each room. The establishment boasts a traditional Japanese mixed with an alpine cabin ambiance featuring large timber beams, pristine hardwood floors, and a communal dining area complete with a traditional fire pit, enhancing its appeal for those seeking a cozy retreat. While the lodging does not provide meals, guests can obtain bento from local convenience stores.

Lodging Plans

Prices may vary depending on the day of booking. Please refer to prices posted/communicated by the lodgings or authorized reservation systems for more accurate pricing.


per room per night
Meals includedDinner & Breakfast Included
Private Room
Western-style Room
Private Bath

Amenities & Facilities

Some amenities (e.g., washers, dryers) may incur charges not listed here.
Body wash
Face wash
Hair dryer
Tea set
Tooth brushes
Yukata / bathrobe


profile pictureダグラスMember
November 10, 2023

This place stood out from the others. It looked brand new, not run down, with a alpine cabin feel of large timber beams and pristine hardwood floors, and a common dining area with a fire pit. (Which the owner offered to light up but I was overwhelmed with heat from backpacking about.) The owner offered to pick us up and drop us off as the skies opened up and dumped so much rain the railway closed down, pretty rare in Japan. She refused to accept any gas money, so I'll always feel indebted to her, and definitely will stay here again if I come back through on trail again. This is a really nice place that would make for a romantic stay, unlike some of the places with common bathrooms (not always terribly clean but what do you want for 4500 yen) The one limitation is this place doesn't do meals, but she takes you to a convenience store to pick up bento.

profile pictureZach WilczewskiMember
October 25, 2023

I had a lovely stay in this beautiful house. The innkeeper was very easy to communicate with in English via E-mail and picked me up along the road as I was arriving later than expected. The Kamo Trail is within walking distance and an excellent way to travel to temple 21. I’d highly recommend staying here.

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