Katayanagi-so is a shrine lodge featuring family-style cooking and hospitality, located a two-minute walk from the Visitor Center.
Katayanagi-so is an eight-minute walk from Mitakesan Station on the cable car line and a two-minute walk from the Visitor Center. The beautiful flowers change along with the seasons, and the fall leaves are stunning.
A statue of Hatakeyama Shigetaka atop a horse sculpted by Seibo Kitamura greets all who enter. From their rooms, guests can see houses with thatch roofs.
|Address||56 Mitakesan, Ome-shi, Tokyo, 198-0175, Japan Map|
|Contact||Tel/Fax: +81 428 78 8461|
|Number of Rooms||10|
One Night with Two Meals From 8,400 yen
Katayanagi’s original cuisine awaits all who visit, and the dishes change along with the seasons.
Taste of Japan: Kinpira Sautéed and Simmered Root Vegetables
Palate-pleasing kinpira made by the Japanese grandma you never knew you had.
Taste of Japan: Nimono Simmered Dishes
Hearty dishes made with vegetables harvested from the fields of Mitakesan.