Guesthouse Manmaru is located in Yakushima island. Yakushima is a World Heritage Area, famous with reach unique nature. Many people every year climb Yakushima's mountains to see the Jomoncedar - the largest tree ever grown in Japan. Also, in Yakushima's forest Hayao Miyazaki created "Princess Mononoke".High mountains, wild beautiful nature, great number of small and large rivers and waterfalls, clear air, friendly people - this is Yakushima. Diving and hot springs are also very famous here.
Manmaru is a small guesthouse with friendly staff and homely atmosphere, located in quiet place 100m from the Pacific Ocean, and just 6 minutes walk from Anbo port.
Here you can enjoy traditional Japanese food: tea ceremony style dinner consisting of 12 small dishes. (+3500yen)
Also we have a large outlook bath with a view on the ocean, where you can relax and wash away tiredness after long trip.
We have 4 Japanese Tatami-style and 4 European style 2 bed private rooms. All our rooms have TV, air-conditioning, toilet, sink.
Showers and bath are shared
1. Head southeast toward Route 77 prefectural road 97 m
2. Turn left at Route 77 prefectural road 8.4 km
3. Turn right to stay onRoute 77 prefectural road 20.2 km
4. Continue onto Route 78 prefectural road10.4 km
5. Turn right 5.9 km
6. Turn right 11.9 km
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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