We renovated a Japanese old style house which was originally built 120 years ago. You can enjoy "Irori"(open hearth). Owner grows seasonal vegetables and rice by himself in his farm. And his wife cooks lunch with all her heart by using fresh ingredients from their farm as well as local market. You can experience harvesting home grown vegetables, mountain climbing, Japanese kimono fitting, Japanese tea ceremony, and so on. Why don't you enjoy local country life experiences without hustle and bustle of the city. Owner can give you a talk about mountains all over the world and advice of walking in this area's mountain. That's because he belonged mountain climbing club when he was high school student, and then he has climbed many mountains not only in Japan bus also in Himaraya, Borneo, China, Taiwan and Korea.
One group per day (Maximum 8 people)
8,000yen per night, including 2 meals (adult)
4,000yen (6-12years old)
Credit card (VISA, MASTER, JCB, AMEX, Discover)
refrigerator, cooker, washing machine, table ware, TV, heater, bedding, towel, shower, hair dryer, internet (Wi-Fi), two bicycles (free of charge)
[Available Experience programs]
Harvesting home grown vegetables (free of charge), Japanese kimono fitting (2,000yen), Japanese tea ceremony (500yen), Experience of activities in a natural environment, especially mountain walking.
Please refer to reservation status callendar on our HP.
28 Osaka Sato-cho Ayabe City, Kyoto
(Train ＆ Bus) From JR Kyoto Station, take express train "Kinosaki" or "Hashidate" on Sanin Line and get off at Ayabe Station (65 minutes).
From JR Ayabe Station, take Aya Bus Nishizaka Line or Shinodasakuragaoka Line and get off at Sato bus stop (7 minutes), and then 1 minute by walk.
(Car) From Ayabe IC on Maizuru Wakasa Expressway, it takes 5 minutes by car to south direction.
[Pick up service]
From/To JR Ayabe Station
Japanese, English, Other languages by using translator
You need to pay at the time of check-out
Cancellation Policy : less than seven days before arrival 30%