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Mountains in the Kiso area, whose appearance changes vibrantly over the four seasons, always melt the heart of people.

The townscape of Narai-juku……brings a nostalgic feeling whenever you visit.

Iseya is surrounded by the beautiful nature and the atmosphere of the Edo era, providing you a relaxing stay.

We are sincerely looking forward to seeing you.

About ISEYA

The traditional inn Iseya was founded in 1818 (the late Edo era) as a small wholesale store.

The buildings have unique architectural features such as dashibari-zukuri (slightly overhanging second floor rooms) and plaster-finishing sode-udatsu (small fire-preventive walls) attached to both sides of senbon-koshi (windows decorated with fine wooden lattice work)……

They still carry the feeling of the late Edo period, allowing you to see the representative architectural style of Narai-juku.

Guestrooms will make you feel as if you have travelled back in the good old days. Along senbon-koshi windows, you can imagine vividly as if travelers smiled happily with round wooden lunch boxes or people walked along the street with their mouths full of miso-taste gohei rice cakes.

GuestRoom

Japanese Style Rooms in Main Building

The Japanese style rooms still retain the atmosphere when they were originally constructed. Through lattice windows, you can get a feel for the Nakasendo.

These rooms were built more than 200 years ago.
Careful attention is paid to keep these rooms cozy so that guests can stay comfortably.

Annex (new building)

A short walk through a courtyard brings you to the annex.
You can relax comfortably in a bright, Japanese space.

Dish

You can enjoy flavorful and nutritious food from mountains in the Kiso area, including mountain vegetables in spring and mushrooms in autumn, and freshwater fish cuisine.

Meals are served in a Japanese room in the main building.

Facility

Facility

Guestrooms Main Building: 4 Japanese style rooms (two-story wooden structure)
Annex: 5 Japanese style rooms (two-story wooden structure)
Accommodation capacity Up to about 25 guests
Rates Prices per person per night (with dinner and breakfast): 9,800 yen ~
(inclusive of service charge and consumption tax)

Rates per child
・Elementary school student: 7,500 yen
・Elementary school student (no meals): 1,000 yen
・Children of under elementary school age: 6,800 yen
・Children of under elementary school age (no meals): 1,000 yen
*Kids menu is available
Accommodation Check-in  PM3:00
Check-out AM10:00

*Please notify in advance if you bring children of under elementary school age (including infants and babies)
Parking Free parking is available (for 10 cars)
Internet Free WiFi is available in all guest rooms
Credit card Credit cards are available

Amenities

Guests will enjoy the following guestroom amenities and equipment:

  • Bath towel/face towel
  • Tea set
  • Toothbrush
  • Yukata (only for adults)

* Shampoo, conditioner, body soap and hairdryer are equipped in a bathroom and a restroom.

Tourist

Narai-juku was one of the historic post stations along the Nakasendo, an ancient highway connecting Edo and Kyoto. It was located at the foot of the Torii Pass, one of the hardest parts to go through the Nakasendo. Among 11 post stations in the Kiso area, Narai-juku prospered very much, called “Narai Senken (Narai of a thousand inns).”

Narai-juku is almost exactly halfway between Tokyo and Kyoto and marks the 34th post station from both places. The area extends about 1km along the Narai River and is the longest post station in Japan.

It still retains the atmosphere of the historic Edo era very much, attracting tourists to a nostalgic world.

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Access

By car

35 minutes’ drive from Chuo Expressway Shiojiri I.C
35 minutes’ drive from Chuo Expressway Ina I.C
90 minutes’ drive from Chuo Expressway Nakatsugawa I.C

By train

From Tokyo
About 25 minutes’ train ride from Shiojiri Station to Narai Station
10 minutes’ walk from Narai Station

From Nagoya
About 20 minutes’ train ride from Kiso Fukushima Station to Narai Station
10 minutes’ walk from Narai Station

Parking

There is a Local Traffic Only sign at the entrance of Narai-juku. However, our guests move along to the back side of our inn and park your cars in a free parking space (for 10 cars).

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