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Wonderful wooden log cabin in Daisetsuzan National Park, with a warm and cosy atmosphere and full of amazing woodwork everywhere.
This hostel does not feel like a traditional Kyoto Merchant house. There are no macha green noren curtains or the smell of a fresh tatami mat, characteristics that are more in abundance at Roujiya or even some of the rooms at Hana Hostel. Instead it has a glampacking hostel feel, with minimalist black and white lights and concrete walls like a contemporary art gallery, a bit like Khaosan Hostel meets the Hotel Anteroom just down the road in Kujo. On the other hand, if you are prepared to spend a bit more for a private luxury room, but keep the contemporary art feel, check in at the Hotel Kanra near Gojo Station.
Located in the Mihonoseki Harbour on the Northern tip of Shimane Peninsula, Fukuma-kan is a ryokan offering magnificent views of the Sea of Japan, while retaining a rustic, rural charm.
Enjoy the Asuka's inhabitants kindness and learn traditional Japanese recipes during a stay in a guest room.
More like a chic home stay from an interior decoration magazine, this guesthouse is elegant and comfortable at the same time in every sense of the word.
While the building is quite large, there aren’t so many guests, giving some sense of community. On the other hand the building is so spread out that you can quite easily find your own little corner without being bothered by anyone.