Effective from July 1, 2019, the admission fees to Kanaya Hotel History House (aka Kanaya Samurai House) will be revised as follows. Adults Children (12 and under) Individual 500 yen 250 yen Group (20 or more) 400 yen 200 yen All the above fees exclude 8% consumption tax Thank you. Kanaya Hotel History House
From May 8 (Wed.) to May 26(Sun.), “Peony Festival” will be held at the garden of Kanaya Samurai House. About 50 kinds of peonies will be in bloom during this time of the year. Japanese Matcha tea will be served in the garden. <Samurai House and Peonies> The garden of Kanaya Samurai House has a long history along with the house itself. Various kinds of plants and flowers have been enjoyed by the residents and their guests for over a century. Isabella Bird, an English explorer, who stayed at the house in June of 1878, wrore; “The garden is well laid out, and, as peonies, irises, and azaleas are now…
We are pleased to announce the Kanaya Hotel History House has started to provide Samurai House audio guide in English. It gives you more detailed information about the facility and its historical background. The service is free, however, it can be only used by the visitors who have smartphones/tablets and headphones/earphones. English guide map and instruction is available at the cashier of Cottage Inn Restaurant.
Kanaya Hotel History House, Cottage Inn Restaurant and Kanaya Hotel Bakery (Cottage Inn Shop) will be closed on the dates listed below. <2018> December 4 (Tue.) December 18 (Tue.) <2019> January 8 (Tue.) January 22 (Tue.) January 29 (Tue.) February 5 (Tue.) February 12 (Tue.) February 19 (Tue.) <Business Hours> Kanaya Hotel History House 10:00 – 15:00 (ticketing closes at 14:30) Cottage Inn Restaurant Meals 10:00 – 15:00 Sweets & Beverages 15:00 – 16:00 (last call at 15:30) Kanaya Hotel Bakery 9:00 – 17:00
From October 2018, the real fusuma doors that Isabella Bird described in “Unbeaten Tracks in Japan” (published in 1880) are displayed in the exhibit room of the Kanaya Hotel History House. Bird wrote about these doors during her stay in 1878: On the shelf in the other alcove is a very valuable cabinet with sliding doors, on which peonies are painted on a gold ground.
Tobu Bus Line from Nikko Station bound for Lake Chuzenji / Yumoto Hot Spring now has a new bus stop named “Kanaya Hotel Rekishikan” (means Kanaya Hotel History House), conveniently placed just in front of our business facilities – Kanaya Hotel History House, Cottage Inn Restaurant and Kanaya Hotel Bakery.
The “Kura” was built at the same time when the main house was built in the Edo period using durable materials such as timber, stone or clay to protect valuable items that were stored inside. In 2014, it was also resistered as a natonally-designated cultual property. Don’t miss it when you visit the Kanaya Hotel History House.
Cottage Inn Restaurant is now serving breakfast from 9:00 to 11:00. There are very few restaurants in Nikko that serve breakfast. If you arrive at Nikko early in the morning or if you stay at a hotel without breakfast service, start your day with a delicious breakfast at Cottage Inn Restaurant. All dishes are prepared with freshly-baked bread from Kanaya Hotel Bakery. Our breakfast menu includes; Scrambled eggs / Fried eggs, bacon, toast, a choice of juice, coffee or tea (free refill) 800 yen French Toast, a choice of juice, coffee or tea (free refill) 1000 yen Toast (3 pcs.) (with jam, peanut cream, margarine), a choice of juice, coffee or…