Room &Facilities

Our accommodation

Stay traditional Japanese architecture, SUKIYA-style house built by “Hida No Takumi” as your vacation house.

The SUKIYA-zukuri style house stands out in art and craft technique. It’s in main part of the historical district in HidaFurukawa, where finding narrow streets aligned by “Machiya” townhouses with significant white walls and lattice.

・Staying in the historical district

・Relaxed from hectic travel in Authentic house

・Explore local life and culture

※SUKIYA-style house is one of Japanese residential architectural styles. “Suki means “refined”, “well cultivated taste” and “delight” in elegant pursuits and refers to enjoyment of the exquisitely performed tea ceremony.Historically and by tradition, sukiya-zukuri is characterised by a use of natural materials, especially wood. In contemporary architecture, its formal and spatial concepts are kept alive in modern materials such as steel, glass and concrete” according to wiki.

ROOM ・FACILITIES

Style & Capacity

Whole house only you usage (vacation house)

2〜6Persons(Max8persons)

Check-in/out time

Checkin 15:00〜 | Checkout 〜12:00

Space

Living room(tatami style), kitchen&dinning

3 bed rooms (tatami style), bath, toilet and etc

Facilities


■Kitchen

2gas stoves, Fridge, Plates, Cutlery, Cooking equipment, Toaster, Microwave, Kettle, Coffee mille& dripper etc

■Linens

Towels, Tooth brush, Shampoo, Body soup, Hair dryers

Laundry

Washing machine& dryer, Organic detergent, Iron &Iron table

Other

Wifi, Projector, Stereo, Card games, 3 E-bikes

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Rule

  • Rule
    1. Non smoking
    2. Please respect to use this house
    3. Not shout and loud music at night because of residential are.
  • Tips
    1. Say”Kon Ni Chi Wa ( means “hello”)”, “Kon ban wa (“hello at night”)” when meeting local person outside