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~
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- 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)