Guest rating- / 5

Minshuku Nakanoya is a minshuku (similar to a bed and breakfast) located in the heart of Toyama Prefecture. As the nearest bus stop is 20 minutes away, it's recommended that guests come by car. Breakfast and dinner feature a plethora of local vegetables. Enjoy the beauty of nature all around you, buckwheat fields as far as the eye can see and the warm welcoming hospitality of a traditional Japanese home. Guests can enjoy a prime fishing area and a number of hiking trails nearby.

Room TypeRatesPriceCheck

Japanese-Style Room

Up to 4 people

Breakfast and Dinner Plan

Breakfast:included / Dinner:included
Pay at hotel or prepay with credit card
per night per person


Room Facilities

  • TV
  • fax machine
  • electric kettle
  • desk lamp (available to borrow)
  • iron (available to borrow)
  • CD player (available to borrow)
  • cassette deck (available to borrow)
  • toothbrush
  • yukata (Japanese-style robe)
  • slippers
  • electric kettle (available to borrow)

Available Services

  • fax available
  • express delivery

About Hotel


15:00 ~ 18:00



Closest station:

50 minutes by city bus from Etchuyatsuo Station. We are 20 minutes from the nearest bus stop.


551, Togamura Sakaue, Nanto-Shi, Toyama, 939-2516, Japan

Phone number:


Fax number:



5 cars (No Charge) No reservation required


Please note

If you are late for check-in time, please call the hotel directly.

Cancellation policy

Should you cancel your booking, a cancellation fee will be charged to you according to the date (Japan Standard Time) the booking changes and cancellation request are accepted.
*Special cancellation policies may apply to certain dates and accommodation plans.
Please confirm the cancellation policy on the booking step pages before completing your reservation.

  • No-show
  • On the date of arrival
  • One day prior to arrival

Other information

Places to eat

  • Breakfast
    hall, Japanese-style grill
  • Dinner
    hall, Japanese-style grill


    Nearby attractions and activities

    • stream fishing
    • skiing
    • mountain-climbing
    • foraging for wild edible plants