Motai CampsiteCamping / Bungalow / Hot spring
A campsite with around 40 families living here.
Yamato-cho is known as the "Kokindenju-no-sato". To Tsuneyori, who was famous as the "ancestor of Kokin Wakashū" and was the lord of Gujo in the Middle Ages, taught Kokin Wakashū (Collection of Japanese poems) to Renga (A kind of Japnaese poem) master Sogi. Several mountain villages are formed along each tributary of Nagaragawa River, and one of them is Motai. In recent years, many young migrating to Motai because they love the history, culture and natural environment of this village with traditional lifestyle. In addition to managed fishing ponds where you can catch trout and stringfish, there is also a campsite in the mountains, where you can experience camping in summer, seeing colored leaves in autumn, and skiing in winter.