Kakujoro, a Japanese-style inn, is a long-established inn founded in 1925 and located at the tip of the Atsumi
Designated as a national tangible cultural property (building), the main building of Kakunjoro and the annex
Izutsuro are buildings with a relaxed atmosphere that retain the appearance of their time.
Here we introduce the charm of Kakjoro.
Location of Kakujoro
About an hour’s drive from Toyohashi Station on the Tokaido Shinkansen bullet train.
Kakunjoro” is located at the tip of the Atsumi Peninsula and is designated as a Tangible Cultural Property.
The beautiful wooden building, which was established in the first year of the Showa Era, welcomes you, and its warm
exterior will soothe the fatigue of your trip.
Of the four buildings, “Honkan Kakujo-Ro” and “Annex Izutsu-Ro” have a very attractive Taisho-Showa retro feel.
They will make you feel nostalgic.
All rooms in the “Annex Suijo-Ro” and “Shinkan Unjo-Ro” are modern with an open-air bath.
Each of the rooms in each building has its own unique characteristics, and you cannot help but want to repeat your
stay each time you visit.
Attractions of Kakujoro
The charm of Kakjoro is that you can enjoy the retro atmosphere of the Taisho and Showa eras.
The beautiful wooden building of “Honkan Kakujoro” is impressive.
It was built in the first year of the Showa period and features a corridor made of a single pine board and a
staircase made of zelkova wood.
The warmth of the wooden structure overflows with the fragrance of wood.
Annex Izutsuro is a renovated building of a 200-year-old inn. It features two Japanese-style rooms and a
Of all the rooms, we recommend the “Yamabuki” room, which has a retro Taisho style with its tatami mat room with the
aroma of rush grass and sashless windows.
After bathing in the spacious bathhouse, guests can cool off in the hammock on the terrace.
Although it is not fancy, you will be healed by the extraordinary feeling that is hard to experience in daily life.
Rooms at Kakujoro
Honkan Bamboo] Pure Japanese style guest room with an indoor bath overlooking a Japanese garden
Honkan Tsuki] 2nd floor Japanese/Western style room with a modern white indoor bath
Honkan Pine] 2nd floor Japanese-style room with a large window with a sense of openness and a hinoki bath
Enjoy natural torafugu (blowfish) and other local delicacies to your heart’s content for dinner.
Natural torafugu can be enjoyed from November to March, from fall to winter.
This inn uses more than 1 to 3 kilograms of natural torafugu for its cuisine.
The weight of a blowfish in the market is generally around 800 grams, so it is clear that the inn is very particular
about the ingredients it uses.
The rare natural torafugu is served in thinly sliced “tessa,” hot pot “tecchiri,” grilled fugu, or deep fried.
If you visit in spring, summer, or early fall, you can enjoy the best seafood of the season.
At Kakujo-Ro, a Japanese-style inn designated as a Tangible Cultural Property, the owner personally goes to the
nearby fish market to purchase the finest ingredients.
You can taste a variety of seasonal high-end fish, such as nodoguro, hamo, tachio fish, black sea bream, and cherry
Kakujoro Basic Information
|Address||38 Shimoji, Fukue-cho, Tahara, Aichi 441-3617, Japan|
|Budget||From 43.000 yen for 2 adults|
How was it?
Here we introduced Kakunjoro, a registered tangible cultural property.
Kakunjoro, a registered tangible cultural property, offers seasonal delicacies.
No matter when you visit, you can taste the season’s delicacies to your heart’s content.
Staying in a different building or guest room each time you visit will surely increase your sense of excitement!