Traditional Japanese style hotel
with beautiful view of the Nagara River
The most reasonable price is available
by making a reservation from official website
You can make a reservation from this site with the "official website special price"
Founded more than 160 years ago
Standing in front of the Nagara River since the Edo period
The small ryokan 'Yamamotoya' located in gifu-minato-machi changed its name to 'Juhachiro' in 1860, and it experienced 5 eras in Japanese history. It is said that the origin of the name given by the ancestors is that Matsuo Basho left a masterpiece 'Juhachiro-no-ki' when he was staying in Gifu. The master at that time decided to adopt the name 'Juhachiro' that praised Gifu, as an honor to the region. It is our mission to inherit the passion of the master who tried to hand down the honor of the region 160 years ago, and to welcome you with the spirit of traditional hospitality.
A reddish-brown hot spring on the bank of the river.
The largest size onsen among the Nagaragawa River. Kura-no-Yu is a renovated storehouse from the Meiji era.
The moment you step in, you will be moved. We will continue to pass on the old treasurers that lie in our hometown.
We serve a traditional Japanese style cuisine which is based on the tradition of our hotel and which combines seasonal ingredients with the ingenuity of the chef. Don't forget to try Hida beef hotpot which we recommend most. See more.
Gifu City is located roughly halfway between Tokyo and Osaka.
From Gifu City, you can travel directly to Takayama City and Kanazawa City
-- both popular tourist citittes -- without changing trains.
It takes 65 minutes from Chubu Centrair International Airport to
Meitetsu Gifu Station by a limited express train.
From Nagoya Station to Gifu Station,
it takes 20 minutes by train.
Juhachiro is located 20 minutes away from
Gifu Station by either bus or taxi.