Yoshinoso Yukawaya is a lodging with more than 300 years of history, and has even appeared in travel journals from the Edo period (1603-1868). At the lodging - which uses locally sourced wood in its interior - guests can receive heartfelt service. It is the closest lodging to World Heritage Site Kimpusen-ji Temple Zaodo Hall - the symbol of Mt. Yoshino - and is also in an area lined with souvenir shops and restaurants, so it is the perfect location for strolling around Mt. Yoshino. The deliciousness of its cuisine is also one of the lodging's appeals. In particular, the Saigyo hot pot prepared with an abundance of the Yoshino specialty of Yoshino kuzu (arrowroot) has a taste that will forever remain in guests' memories. This lodging will enhance guests' satisfaction during their stay in the Mt. Yoshino area.
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please ask the property for more details.