Tono Travel Delicatessen

Meeting other people is the thing to hold most pre-cious.

Karin Guesthouse is located in the perfect place in Tono to look out over the rural village in its natural setting. The owners want to get to know their guests so well they can call each other by nick-names. There is a quince tree in the garden. Quince is “Karin” in Japanese, which is how the guesthouse got its name. Each year they make enzymes from the fruit of this tree. You can also make foods from the seasonal harvest, make mi-so or malt, search for edible wild plants edible wild plants, have campfires and so many more things you can only enjoy in this rural setting.

Stimulate the five senses in ways you don’t get in daily life for new emotions and a feeling of contentment. At this guesthouse you can just relax and enjoy the deep, rich experiences here.

Karin Guesthouse

Additional options for guests only (reservation re-quired)

❖ Explore the village: 2,000 yen/person; 90 minutes
❖ Make fermented foods: 1,500 yen/person (take fruit and vegetables with you)

Available experiences may change with season. Please enquire in advance for details.

・Max. no. guests: 6
・Room type: private room
・No. rooms: 1 (Japanese style)
・Bath: 1 (with bathtub)
・Toilets: 1
・Wi-Fi available

・Check in: 15:00 ~ 19:00
・Check out: 10:00

Please contact us for any other enquiries.
Cancellation charge
7 days before arrival: 10% of total
1 day before arrival: 50% of total
Day of arrival: 100% of total
Equipment and amenities
Equipment and amenities
Dryer Face towel Bath towel Bed linen Soap Body soap Shampoo Conditioner Washing machine and drier futon-style bed
Pets welcome Barrier-free Free parking available
Accommodation charges
Please contact Tono Travel Delicatessen

Karin Guesthouse
Location: 13-3-1 Tsuchibuchi, Tsuchibuchi-cho, Tono, Iwate
Owners: Emiko and Yukihiro Sugawara