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Ineno Funaya, Ine-cho

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Historic Site Tourist Spot
Tightly packed traditional boathouse guesthouses of Ineno Funaya provide a tranquil off-the-beaten track spot to stay. Sheltered in a bay, the picturesque wooden facades, seagulls, and sea breezes give you the experience of life along the shore. Fishing is good here, especially for octopuses. Old-fashioned homecooked meals are part of the slow food experience here, and you can watch fishermen sort the day's catch or wind-dry it. This traditional Japanese accommodation amidst private residences makes boathouse reservations a must. Try a local fishing boat tour while you're here to round out the experience. Make Ineno Funaya part of your personalized Ine-cho itinerary using our Ine-cho vacation route planner.
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  • I came to Ine from Kinosakionsen with KANSAI WIDE AREA PASS. I took bus from Amanohashidate station which costs 400yen. And I make a stop at Inewan for a 25 minutes scenic cruise(670yen). After the cr...  more »
  • We drove more than three hours to get to this quaint remote village located north of Kyoto. And the village is definitely worth the drive. It's incredibly beautiful and quiet. A cafe had just opened o...  more »
  • We visited this beautiful place in January. It was cold, sunny, and fortunately not very breezy. We walked alone in the village and maybe just saw one or two other small group of tourists. If you want...  more »