The newly renovated traditional Japanese home|Local Life Wakamatsu

更新日:2月8日

【Report by the foreigner who knows Ayabe well.】

Name of facility : Local Life Wakamatsu (accommodation) Visit date : 2020/10/23 Visitor name : Nathaniel Hoy

Front of the accommodation


Located less a 10 minute walk from the south exit of Ayabe Station,

Local Life Wakamatsu is a great option for a family or a large group.

The newly renovated traditional Japanese home is a perfect blend of traditional and modern.


View of the kitchen


The large home has two small bedrooms upstairs each with two beds and two downstairs bedrooms have futons and can sleep another 8 people for a total sleeping space for 12 people.

In addition the home also has a small room just off the entrance hall with a traditional Japanese irori hearth (non-functional but very unique and beautiful), a large dining room, a large fully outfitted kitchen, two bathrooms, a shower room with a large bath and a small private garden in the back of the house.


One of the upstairs bedrooms with western beds


The home also has a washing machine if you need to do some laundry.

Conveniently located just a short walk away are numerous restaurants and bars as well as a large grocery store and a 24 hour convenience store.


Shower room with large bath


Local Life Wakamatsu is a great home away from home and makes a great base for exploring Ayabe City and the surrounding area.

There is also a small parking lot behind the house where you can park if you come by car.



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https://www.kyoto.ayabenouhaku.com/stay-jp-/locallifewakamatsu



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Nathaniel Hoy

From United States of America, came to Japan in 2005

He likes Japanese countryside, Japanese sake, Japanese food,

onsens and Shorinji Kempo.

His hobbies are running, reading and, Japanese sake.