Countermeasures for COVID-19
Hand sanitizer provided
Ensure Social Distancing
Guidelines for employees
Guidelines for guests
Countermeasures for COVID-19
- Hand sanitizer provided
- Hand sanitizers are placed in all guest rooms
- Hand sanitizers are available in public areas
- High contact points (door handles, remote controls, tables, etc) in guest rooms are sanitized during room cleaning.
- High contact areas in publice spaces (elevator buttons, handrails, etc) are disinfected and maintained frequently.
- Guest rooms are ventilated before and after each guest use.
- Public areas are ventilated frequently.
- Ensure Social Distancing
- Social distancing is ensured by installing physical barriers, such as clear plastic sneeze guards.
- Contact-less check in/ in-room check in available
- Social distancing is ensured by changing restaurant layout or installing partition.
- Dining options in room or private dining room available.
- Guidelines for employees
- Our staff conduct hand washing, gargling, and face mask application.
- Our staff undergoes daily health check.
- Guidelines for guests
- Wearing a face mask, hand washing, and gargling is required.
- To ensure safety of all guests and emplyees, please kindly be advised that guests who failed temperature checks may not be allowed to enter and stay at the property.
Notice from the hotel
In front of our hotel, we are close to Mt. Wakakusa, Kasuga Taisha Shrine and Todaiji Temple. In the nature of ancient Nara such as Nara Park this is a great location for a relaxing time. We have taken sufficient measures to prevent infectious diseases, and are ready to welcome you.
Nara-- the ancient capital of Japan. Kotono Yado Musashino is a rare inn that situates within Nara Park. It first started as a small tea house that earned the affection of literati and politicians. As the oldest inn in Nara, the hotel's fame remains unchanged. You're invited to pass through the gate where history, tea, and our chefs' seasonal sweets welcome you. You're sure to notice the brilliant flower arrangements when you take in the view of the building. The owner makes sure each arrangement harmonies with the season. Each room is unique and has an underlying theme of peace overlaid with the ever changing nature of Nara Park. The rooms feature a wooden ceiling that is shaped like the bottom of a boat with high center and a relaxing wooden deck. The bathroom has a faint woody fragrance. Please relax in the bath while enjoying the breeze coming from Mount Wakakusa. We also have a family bath prepared for you! Dine in the warmth of your room. Our classic course uses seasonal ingredients from Nara Prefecture will no doubt make you smile. We can prepare your breakfast as a lunch box. Carry your pipping hot lunch to Mt. Wakakusa and eat while its invigorating breeze blows. The primeval forest houses large herds of grass grazing deer. Why not take a break where there's warm hospitality and the historical Kasuga Grand Shrine and Todaiji Temple are nearby?
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Overall Rating(13 reviews)
Kotono Yado Musashino
Nara, Nara, Kasugano-cho 90 [View map]
check-in / check-out time
16:00 / 10:00
CI/CO time may be different depending on plan.
Number of guest rooms
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◆Hasumi no Yu A bath whose name comes from the breeze that blows from Mount Wakakusa. Shigaraki ceramic tiles decorate the bathhouse walls with images of flowers and wind. Enjoy the breeze and sunlight that come spilling through the bamboo fence. ◆Family bath (private reserved bath) This bath holds up to three people. Reservation required. 40 minutes for 1,000 yen.Read moreClose
Other facility information
◆Kameisan Manor exclusive lounge Only for guests staying at Kameisan Manor. Enjoy an espresso on the terrace as light music plays. We also offer local Nara sake tasting. Open from 7:00～21:00.Read moreClose
… fascinating Our inn has a long history of writers and artists such as Tanizaki Jun'ichirou and Yamaoka Tesshuu, who stayed regularly. … heartwarming Enjoy water overflowing with richness and an antique cypress bathtub while being surrounded by the happy faces of your family. After your bath you'll feel a connection with the old capital.Read moreClose
The building is not completely barrier free, however some rooms on the first floor have impediments removed. If you would like to use these rooms, please let us know beforehand. We do not provide wheelchairs however they can be used inside the building along with canes.Read moreClose
- Bath tax
- Children allowed
- Room service
- Transportation service
- Parking area
- Hot spring
- Fresh hot spring
- Room with outdoor spa
- Public spa
- Private spa
- Indoor pool
- Outdoor pool
- Esthe/Spa facility
- Fitness facility
- Barrier free
- 5 min walk from station
- Pets allowed
- Breakfast in room
- Dinner in room
- Open air bath
- Night view
- Ocean view
The accommodation features are general descriptions of the facility. The amenities and breadth of service will differ between each accommodation. For details, please confirm directly with the accommodation.
Access by public transportation.
Tokyo: By train / Shinkansen to Kyoto Station. Kyoto - Kintetsunara Station 45 minutes, taxi 10 minutes Osaka: By train / Kintetsunara Station - Taxi 10 minutes, JR Nara - Taxi 15 minutes
Nara, Nara, Kasugano-cho 90