Our facility is located in Kisadani, Yoshino, where tales of Japan's 40th Emperor Temmu and legendary samurai Minamoto no Yoshitsune abound.
Away from the bustle of the city, you can enjoy a moment of healing in a private space surrounded by the rich nature of Yoshino, Nara.
There is hiking path leading to Mt. Yoshino from Kisadani, away from the main entrance,
so you can fully enjoy Yoshino without worrying about the crowds during the peak cherry blossom and autumn foliage seasons.
Accessing NEOLD Private House by train
For guests coming by public transportation such as trains, we will pick you up at the nearest station (Kintetsu Yamato Kamiichi Station).
Please inform us of your arrival time in advance.
Accessing NEOLD Private House by car
If you are using a car navigation system, please set the address to "132-2, Kisadani, Yoshino-cho, Yoshino-gun, Nara-ken"
The address in Japanese is "奈良県吉野郡吉野町喜佐谷132-2"
Parking is available on the premises.
Mount Yoshino in Nara Prefecture is Japan's most famous cherry blossom spot.
It features over 30,000 cherry trees planted around the slopes which visitors can admire as they walk along the roads that lead up the mountain.
The trees are divided into four distinct sections: the Shimo Senbon which consist of the lower area at the foot of the mountain, the Naka Senbon in the middle, the Kami Senbon, or the trees in the upper section, and the final one at the summit, the Oku Senbon.
Yoshino also offers a rich history: as the base of the pilgrimage trail to sacred Mount Omine, Yoshinoyama has been a center of Shugendo mountain worship for many centuries.
In 2004, Yoshino, together with Mount Koya and Kumano, was designated a cultural UNESCO World Heritage Site named the "Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range". Let us take you on a private tour to uncover the hidden spots to view this legendary place.
The best place to see cherry blossoms in Japan.
Ask any Japanese the best location for viewing Sakura in Japan, and there is a fair chance that they will say Yoshino, whether or not they have visited the place.