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Accommodation Features

  • Shop local products sales

    In addition to souvenirs such as popular sweets and honey, we also sell local products from Nakagawa Village and vegetables sold directly from farmers.
    We also sell cute handmade accessories.
  • Banquet Hall

    Bougakusou, which has a large banquet hall, can also accommodate various banquets.
    Please use it for a banquet, a New Year party, etc.

    164 square meters, can accommodate approximately 100 people(Can be divided into 3)
  • Hachi (bee) Museum

    Inadani, it has a long history of eating bee cubs as a protein source for a long time, and the bee plays an active role in pollinating fruit trees, which is a special product.
    Bougakusou main facility has a Hachi (bee) Museum, which introduces the world's largest beehives, the ecology of bees, and relationships with humans.

    Admission fee
    300 yen for elementary school students and above

    Opening hours
    9am to 5pm

    Closed days
    Irregular holidays
    (Bougakusou to Bogakuso*Please see the business day calendar on the top page)
  • The world's largest beehive

    This beehive is the world's largest beehive with a diameter of 2m25cm, a height of 2m70cm, and a waistline of 6m60cm.
    It was a huge project that took two years to complete, but it was completed through the collaboration of 84 queen bees in 1996, 30 queen bees in 1997, and a total of 114 queen bees and 500,000 visiting bees.
    In addition, from many years of research, we have succeeded in making bees draw characters, and the character "Hachi" is written in the middle of the beehive.
  • Matsu Zukushi

    The work, which looks like a beehive wrapped around a pine tree, is called `` Matsu Zukushi.'' It is made up of large hump-like beehives supported by pine branches, 32cm wide, 2.5m high, and 27 queen bees of the yellow hornet. They manipulated 130,000 to 150,000 worker bees.
    In this work, there is a nest of bees extending upwards, and it is interesting that the bees did what they could not do against the habit of the bees.
  • World's longest beehive

    Yellow hornets live in groups centering on one queen bee, and usually build egg-shaped nests about 30 to 40 cm long.
    In naturalization, queen bees do not build a single nest together, but this was completed through the collaborative efforts of 29 queen bees, based on the research results of many years of research by Mr. Asakazu Tominaga, a bee researcher in our village.
    In May, we set up a nesting tree and a hut surrounding it, and in June, the queen bee moved in and started building individual nests.In August, we trained the queen bees to meet one by one over an eight-day period. The next day, the individual nests were combined.
    After being united, all the bees have joined together to form a nest in less than three months.
  • Rooms

    You can choose from 3 types of Japanese-style rooms.
  • Bath

    A large public bath with a view of the Chuo Alps.
  • Restaurant Hinoki

    You can enjoy a relaxing meal with a tatami room, spacious table seats, and wooden tones.

    Opening Hours
    【Noon】11:00 to 14:00

    【Night】From 17:00 to 19:30

    Regular holiday
    Irregular holidays(Bougakusou to Bogakuso)

Number of rooms

Total number of rooms: 19:14 Japanese-style rooms/Japanese + Western 5 rooms

room supplement

Japanese-style rooms are 15 square meters, 11 square meters, and 25 square meters; Japanese + Western rooms are Japanese-style rooms of 11 square meters + twin beds

Standard room facilities

Some guest rooms bathroom/Air conditioning and heating in all rooms/TV set/empty refrigerator


Hand towel/Toothbrush / Toothpaste/bath towel/yukata/Duvet/shower toilet

Outline of facility

Bars(For a charge)/Banquet Hall(For a charge)

Service & leisure(Including arrangement)

Massage(For a charge)/Shogi(For a charge)/Game of go(For a charge)/Mahjong(For a charge)

Credit cards accepted locally

JCB / Visa / Master/AMEX / Diners
*It may differ from the credit cards available for online credit card payment.

Standard check-in time


Standard check-out time


amenities supplement

There is Hachi (bee) Museum (paid, open from 9:00 to 17:00).

barrier-free support

Wheelchair rental / Handrails in the public bath / Emergency announcement system in the facility / Priority parking space / Shared toilet for wheelchairs

Cancellation provisions

7 days to 4 days ago:10% of room rate
3 days ago - 2 days ago:30% of room rate
One day before:50% of room rate
On the day of arrival:100% of room rate
Cancellation without any contact:100% of room rate
*If there is a cancellation policy set for each accommodation plan, that will be prioritized.

Number of baths

"Open-air bath" Man:0 woman:0 mixed bath:0
[Indoor bath]Man:1 woman:1 mixed bath:0
[Sauna]Man:0 woman:0 mixed bath:0

Other bath facilities

View bath

Bath usage conditions

Hours of use for overnight guests:Check-in until 23:00, morning:From 6:00 to 8:00