OYATSU consists of four buildings: KURA, TSUMUGI, ORI, and YUI. Please enjoy a relaxing stay with your loved ones.MORE
A place for travelers and local people to interact. You can enjoy home-roasted coffee, homemade seasonal drinks, and shisha (water tobacco).MORE
The space is a storehouse that has been carved with time since the Meiji era. It can be used for various purposes such as bridal and coming-of-age photography, music events, and art exhibitionsMORE
One group per night
You can choose whether to have breakfast or not
For short-term stay (6days or less）
¥30,000/1day (maximum of 8 guests)
¥40,000/1day (maximum of 6 guests)
¥50,000/1day (maximum of 7 guests)
For medium-term stay
¥120,000/1week (6 night 7 days) (maximum of 8 guests)
We can offer information on restaurants in Etchu-Yatsuo, or arrange for a catered meal.
Breakfast of Toyama's famous pressed trout sushi
＋ ¥1,500 / person
Bathroom / Shower Room
Each building has a bathroom or shower room.
Please check the floor plan for details. We can also provide information about a nearby hot spring facility.
We do not provide sleepwear.
Please bring your own.
Constructed in 1872, it was the home of a merchant who traded in raw silk and handmade Etchu paper, and was also involved in sericulture. The storehouse was used as a collection point for raw materials and products. It was a base--for production, for commercial activity and for culture.
It is a long and narrow building looks like an eel bed located along the Kamishinmachi shopping street called “Narihira Dori.”
This building has no hallways. The floor plan is connected from the entrance hall to the last room. It might be interesting to try two different staircases to get to the second floor bedroom facing the street. You can also cook in the modern kitchen.
This is a typical traditional house in Yatsuo with delicate “Ranma” and fittings.
The camellia, the official town flower, is planted in the courtyard, you can see also them from the “Hinoki” bath.
This house was once the residence of a merchant who came from Takayama, and also a laundry shop. You can feel the history in the beams of the living room on the second floor facing the street.