A place of care with a history of 1300 years


A traditional building in Yoro, a place of history Yoro Falls in Yoro Town, Gifu Prefecture, It is said that the water from the waterfall turned into alcohol.
His name is known along with the legend of the filial son. In 717 (the third year of Reiki), this anecdote was passed down and heard.
Emperor Gensho, who is said to have gone on a pilgrimage to the elderly, After cleaning the affected area at a sacred spring I was impressed by how quickly he made a full recovery.
It is said that the era name was changed to “Yoro.”

Over three generations: Meiji, Taisho, and early Showa The Sukiya-style building has been expanded many times, With the creation of Yoro Park, At the current location near Yoro Falls, It has carved out its history together with the park. In 2014, it was registered as a national registered tangible cultural property (building).

From the year of Emperor Gensho’s visit to Yoro
In 1764, more than a thousand years later,
An inn was founded in this area.
Its name is “Senzairo”.
In the land of Yoro with a thousand years of history
I want to be loved by people forever.
This is the story of the founder’s wishes.

When you enter through the original Karaha style entrance,The space expands as if you have traveled back in time in an instant.The old, large wall clock, which gives you a nostalgic feeling, still quietly ticks away the time. Only the colors of the flower arrangement stand out vividly in the sepia-toned landscape.Why not take a moment to free yourself from the hectic pace of everyday life?

Guest room

Each room at Senzairo has its own “Iware”.
From the Meiji era to the Heisei era, without changing Relax in our historic room,
which has been kept in silence.


At Senzairo,
We serve dishes using local Hida beef.
The meat quality of Hida beef is fine and soft.
It has beautiful marbling and a rich aroma and taste that melts in your mouth.

While feeling the changing seasons of Yoro Park,
Please enjoy the traditional taste of Japan.

Seasonal Kaiseki with Hida beef steak

A kaiseki meal made with plenty of carefully selected ingredients, and comes with Hida beef steak.
We want you to experience the deliciousness of Hida beef, so we offer you the “steak” that brings out the most flavor.
We also offer grilled Hida beef sushi topped with sea urchin as a course item, and it is very popular.
*Course contents may change depending on the season.

Hida beef sukiyaki exquisite course

This is a plan where you can enjoy carefully selected Hida beef with sukiyaki.
Please enjoy the high quality meat of Hida beef with Senzairo’s special warishita and eggs. This plan will be prepared upon receiving your inquiry.
If you are interested, please contact the hotel directly.
*This menu is limited to banquet guests and cannot be ordered by overnight guests.

A wish from Senzairo

Thank you very much for using Senzairo.
Our hotel is a Japanese-style inn, so please refrain from bringing your own personal belongings.
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

History of Senzairo

Senzairo was founded in Yoro in 1764 (Horeki era).

It was named Chitosero, as if it had been 1,000 years since the visit of Emperor Gensho.
Later, in the 13th year of the Meiji era, under the orders of Prefectural Governor Toshijuno Kozaki and Matsukata Roko, Yoro Park was created here in collaboration with local volunteers.
It was soon rebuilt on the most scenic hill 500 meters below the falls.

Throughout the history of Senzairo, many famous people have visited our hotel.

The names of the people who visited us from 1896 to around 1960 are as follows

・Emperor Taisho (then crown prince) planted a pine tree in Meiji 43
・Arisugawa Shrine, 1898, resting in the large hall on the second floor
・Takamatsu Shrine
・Kayo Shrine
・Kita Shirakawa Shrine
・Mr. Sanetomi Sanjo
・Her Imperial Highness Princess Kanin
・Tokiwa-kai group 1962
・American state governor group 1965

Other names of people other than the imperial family

・Master of Japanese painting Seiho Takeuchi
・Swordsman at the end of the Edo period: Tesshu Yamaoka Meiji
・Meiji Calligrapher Gotake Nakabayashi Meiji
・Meiji calligraphy Meizuru Kusakabe Meiji
・Danish sculptor Jan Boer Late Showa period
・Master of Japanese painting Yokoyama Taikan
・Painter Gorota Kawai
・Artist Shusaku Arakawa
・Poet Kitahara Hakushu
・Writer: Junichiro Tanizaki
・Writer: Haruo Sato
・Marquis/Earl/Member of the House of Representatives

History and literature accommodation


1079 Yoro Park, Yoro Town, Yoro District, Gifu Prefecture

Check-in 15:00~ / Check-out ~11:00
[Meals only]
Lunch 11:30-14:30 / Dinner 18:00-22:00


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Reception hours: 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM