This ancient city has 1,300 years of history and is one of Japan’s finest sightseeing areas.
Michelin Guide Kansai has awarded this inn “YU-KEI no YADO HEIJO”three Red Pavilion Awards
four years in a row, recognizing its quality lodging and beautiful location high up in Wakakusayama,
with a superb, unobstructed view of these World Heritage Sites.
This lodge offers “WA-SHOKU” (healthy Japanese food with good nutritional balance),
which you can eat in the comfort of your own room.
The rooms themselves preserve Japanese cultural traditions and styles,
featuring tatami mats and tokonoma (alcoves where art or flowers are displayed).
The lodge is only 40 minutes away from Osaka and 50 minutes from Kyoto.
Accordingly, it can serve as a convenient base for sightseeing.
The spring cherry blossoms, the new green leaves of summer,
the brightly colored leaves of autumn …
As a guest, you can enjoy our location where, from your room or the lobby, you can enjoy a
Great view of the city of Nara as it displays the wonderful colors of Japan’s four seasons.
In The evening, the amazing nighttime view, recognized as one of the three best night views in
Japan, spreads out before your very eyes.
In addition, the Michelin Guide Kansai has awarded this inn 3 Red Pavilion for four years in a row.
We prepare “WA-SHOKU” for both dinner and breakfast.
Our “WA-SHOKU” is healthy food with a proper nutritional balance that incorporates local products
and seasonal flavors.
Our guests also can enjoy sashimi and tempura.
We have different types of rooms for our guests. We have traditional Japanese-style rooms with tatami mats and tokonoma, and we also have Japanese-style rooms furnished with twin beds.
In a traditional Japanese-style room, our guests sleep on Japanese futons.
Please choose the type of room that you would prefer.
A Japanese-style bathtub is available for any guests wanting to experience Japan's bathing culture.Slowly soak yourself in the bathtub, stretch out your hands and feet, and feel the fatigue from your travels melt away.
Spend a full day enjoying the three World Heritage Sites, Wakakusayama Mountain where wild deer roam freely, and the Buddhist temples and shrines with 1,300 years of history.
The lodging accommodation charge for one person for a single night with two meals is 18,000 yen. The price of a room differs depending on the number of people staying, the season, and the type of room; we do not have a flat rate for a given room.
The train or the shuttle bus that goes directly to Nara can be used to travel here from the Kansai International Airport.
We are 85 minutes away from the Kansai International
Airport using the shuttle bus service,
or 60 minutes away from the airport by train.