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A Village Vacation for Deep Relaxation


Rent a private cottage and enjoy a slower pace of life in Okuaizu


Treat yourself to a cozy retreat amidst untouched landscapes at Ittogashi Village's pair of secluded cottages, nestled in the deep forests of Okuaizu. Built using Japanese wood, these private lodgings offer natural, minimalist aesthetics deeply soothing to the body and soul.
Sip coffee from the deck on summer mornings, or read a book under the shade in the afternoon. Nap in the garden, share a barbeque lunch, or hike nearby trails and bask in the chorus of bird song. In winter, take in the breathtaking landscape transformed by a majestic blanket of pure white snow. Each cottage also offers its own unique delights. At Kawaberi Cottage, marvel at the mystical view of fog lingering over the winding Tadami River. At Honson Cottage, snuggle up and warm your body beside a traditional wood-burning stove.



Upon request, Ittogashi Village will stock your refrigerator with fresh vegetables and free-range chicken, allowing you to whip up a batch of Aizu Jidori Nabe, a tasty and healthful local hotpot dish sure to warm you from within. Elaborate bento boxes and nourishing breakfasts can also be ordered for evening delivery.
Choose from one of two cottages for your escape. Set in a small rural village filled with traditional Japanese farmhouses is Honson Cottage. Soak in the paulownia wood bathtub and venture up the dedicated moss-covered stone stairs that lead to a small shrine. Perched in a valley, Kawaberi Cottage is a mere two-minute walk from Hayato Onsen Tsuru no Yu, a millennium-old hot spring beloved for its healing waters and gorgeous river views.
Located in the southwest of Fukushima Prefecture, the joy of a stay in Okuaizu is in part the incredibly picturesque journey. Departing from Aizu Wakamatsu Station, the JR Tadami Line winds through charming bucolic scenes and breathtaking natural landscapes before arriving at Hayato Station in about 100 minutes.


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