A Small Inn with a Sunken Hearth
This facility was built by craftsmen called “miyadaiku,” who specialize in traditional architecture like shrines and temples.
The building was originally used as a restaurant for Akita cuisine, but it is now used as a guesthouse, a place for the people of the world to come and rest.
It was also built without using a single nail; instead, it uses fitted wood framing. This method of construction leaves no room for errors, so it can’t be achieved by a subpar carpenter. Additionally, you can feel the care put into the construction in every corner of the building, like the usage of natural Akita cedar in its 10 central pillars.
- There’s a sunken hearth, a sight that’s become fairly uncommon in Japan in recent times, in the common space!
- Quality Japanese Futons selected by the owner
- There’s a small bar down the steps that lead to the guesthouse’s basement level. There you can enjoy alcohol, soft drinks, snacks, and more.
乾淨 舒適 服務佳~
- Postal Code
- 273-3 Tokiwa, Kamakura City, Kanagawa
1) 9-minute walk from Shonan-Fukasawa Station on the Shonan Monorail line
2) 1-minute walk from the Kajiwara-guchi bus stop
- 2 pm - 8 pm.
- 10 am
- Room Price
- 3,500 yen
- Credit Cards
- Not accepted
- Official Website
- Official Website (English)