昔の古民家になぞらえた造りの家です. 駅までの送迎をいたします。 This house is a Japanese traditional Kominka type which has a Irori (open hearth). Eating, drinking and talking around the warm Irori reminds us of Japanese good old days. Surrounded with rice fields, the house has cool winds through its windows and gives you a tremendous time away from a city. My town is at the halfway point of Tokyo and Osaka Kyoto. 【追加項目】脇本陣の近隣施設に大きなイベントがある場合、3人様以下のご宿泊をご遠慮させていただく場合があります。
“The residence is a short distance from Kikugawa Station. Our five young people will walk for about 15-20 minutes, but the host will provide pick-up and drop-off when we check in and leave, and the first night to pick up at Lilian Hot Spring. The house is like an old Japanese-style house with a kiln, but it will be cold even in the winter even if the heating is turned on. The host also changed our towels for us every day. We also collected clothes when we were drying in the courtyard. There are convenience stores, Maruko noodles, supermarkets and daily necessities shops, and Shizuoka's famous burger steak shop, which is about 20 minutes away.”
With the concept of a "secret base" we want you to enjoy such activities in Hamamatsu. We offer a comfortable and stylish space to live the life in the "365BASE outdoor hostel".
“It was about 10 minutes by train from Hamamatsu Station and it was very easy to get to. Room was very clean, and free services such as tea were substantial and were very good. There are also communal kitchens, bouldering facilities, and places to rest on a hammock, so you can enjoy a variety of things. The room was clean and easy to spend.”
The name of this inn is "KUMANOYA" Stay here if you want to enjoy Japanese-style living. This area is not a tourist destination. That's why you can experience everyday life in Japan. Tatami, green tea, kotatsu (winter only), you can experience this kind of Japanese life as if you were living in your own home. The Oi River flows in front of the inn. A beautiful blue-green river. Old trains and steam locomotives run along the river every day. You will be able to enjoy a very relaxing time.
“We would like to stay at an old Japanese traditional house, so we used it for 7 people. The host, Sayuri, is a very nice and nice person, and he was kind enough to check us in. While the old-fashioned atmosphere can be felt, the water supply etc. are kept clean, and it was very comfortable. I felt that the Kotatsu prepared mandarin oranges, and there were enough cooking utensils, and that every detail was taken into consideration. It was cold on winter nights, but because of the cold, I was able to spend warm and friendly time around Kotatsu.”