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Accommodation Features

  • Shop Local product sales

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

    In Bougakusou has a large banquet hall, we also accept various banquet.
    Please use it for a comfort party and a New Year's party.

    Size
    163 square meters can accommodate about 100 people (3 divisions possible)
  • Hachi (bee) Museum

    History and that has been the bees of a child with food as a source of protein for a long time in Inadani, is a fruit tree pollination work in bees dominating or the bees and the human relations is a deep area of a specialty.
    Bougakusou Hachi (bee) Museum is set up at the Hachi (bee) Museum main facility, which introduces the world's largest beehive, bee ecology, and human relationships.

    Admission fee
    300 yen for elementary school students and above

    Opening hours
    9 am to 5 pm

    closing day
    Irregular holidays
    (Pursuant to Bougakusou * Top page business days please refer to the calendar)
  • 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.
    Although it is a masterpiece of two years, it was completed by a joint work of 84 queen bees in 1996, 30 queen bees in 1997, 114 queen bees and 500,000 goes.
    In addition, we have succeeded in drawing a character on a bee by making use of the bee's habits from many years of research, and the word “Hachi” is written in the middle of the beehive.
  • Matsu Zukushi

    The work that spreads like a beehive entangled with a pine tree is named `` Matsu Zukushi'', a large beech-like beehive lined up on a pine branch, 32 cm in width, 2.5 m in height, 27 queen bee queen bees, I was able to manipulate 130,000 to 150,000 worker bees.
    In this work, there is a nest with a bee's nest extending upwards, and it is interesting that the bee does something that can't be done against the bee habit.
  • The world's longest beehive

    A killer whale lives in a group with a single queen bee and usually forms an egg-shaped nest of about 30 to 40 centimeters.
    In naturalization, the queen bees do not make one nest together, but based on the results of many years of research by Asakazu Tominaga, a bee researcher in our village, this was completed through the joint work of 29 queen bees.
    In May, a tree for nests and a hut surrounding it were set up. In June, queen bees entered and individual nests started to be built. In August, one queen bee was trained over 8 days. Conduct the union work of individual nests the next day.
    After the union, all the bees have come together, and the nest has been created 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 relax and enjoy meals based on wood and spacious table seats and spacious table seats.

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

    【Night】From 17:00 to 19:30

    Regular holiday
    Irregular holidays (Bougakusou as Motake)

Number of rooms

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

Room supplement

Japanese-style rooms are 14 square meters, 10-square meters, 25-square meters, Japanese + Western-style rooms are Japanese-style rooms 10 square meters + twin beds

Standard room facilities

Some rooms have bath / toilet / all rooms have air conditioning / TV / empty refrigerator

Amenities

Hand towel / toothbrush・Toothpaste / Bath towel / Yukata / Duvet / Shower toilet

Facility contents

Bars(Pay) /banquet hall (Pay)

Service & Leisure (Including arrangements)

Massage(Pay) /Shogi(Pay) /Go(Pay) /Mahjong (Pay)

Credit cards that can be used locally

JCB / Visa / Master / AMEX / Diners
*Credit cards that can be used for online card payment may differ.

Standard check-in time

15:00

Standard checkout time

10:00

amenities supplement

Hachi (bee) Museum (paid and open from 9am to 5pm)

barrier-free support

Rental of wheelchairs / Handrails at public baths / Emergency facility broadcasting facilities / Preferential space for parking lots / Shared toilets for wheelchair users

Cancellation provisions

7 to 4 days ago: 10% of room rate
3 to 2 days before: 30% of room rate
1 days prior: 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 provision for each accommodation plan, it will take precedence.

Number of baths

"Outdoor 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

Observation bath

Bath usage conditions

Time spent by overnight guests, Night: Check-in to 23:00 in the morning: From 6 o'clock to 8 o'clock