Renting out a whole thatched-roof house for you and your dog
It's a newly renovated cottage, originally one of the typical traditional thatched-roof houses in the village with "EISA" as its nickname. You can overlook the pristine water of Yura river from a terrace besides the cottage. The little thatched-roof outhouse is your private bathroom with hiba wood bathtub. Fully equipped with necessities. Mini-bar as well as a beer server and a mini wine cellar are available for your private bar time. AND, you can stay with your dog inside of the house as it has a wide earthen floor space.
Ashiu Yama-no-Ie Inn
This lodging is conveniently located right by the entrance to the Ashiu primeval forest, making it the perfect base from which to explore and enjoy a stroll in the woods. This inn, with its warm wooden construction, is certain to help you relax in both mind and body. In the evenings, you can enjoy leisurely, seasonal mountain village-style meals here.
Far from the busy city, come and surround yourself with the sights and sounds of Miyama's rich nature. Time seems to pass more slowly here. Leave your busy job and your daily routine behind for a while and relax in the countryside. With only one group staying per day, your privacy and peace and quiet are ensured.
A relaxing bed and breakfast surrounded by the lush nature of Miyama.
They can accommodate single traveler, groups or families, and can also cater for large parties or banquets on request. Enjoy seasonal cooking, hot pot cuisine, barbecues and home-cooked local food. The area nearby the inn is also known for the Nagatani Sports Field, used for both athletic camps and seminars. The surrounding area has plenty of thatched houses and rice fields as well as the Yura River, and so makes for nice scenic walks.
Tautasya grow all the rice and vegetables served at their cafe and lodging. The staff also hunt deer and wild board in the forrests. They also have a full cafe menu, featuring fresh ground coffee, herbal teas, and cake, and sell their own homemade breads, cookies, processed meats, and rice. Tautashya opperate many different activities including rafting, kayaking, nature hikes and shower climbing. Their experienced staff will guide you experiences that await you in Miyama. For more details, please contact us using the reservation form.
Miyama Heimat Youth Hostel
This lodging is an economically friendly place to stay and a quaint simple youth hostel. Surrounded by rice fields its a great place to get in touch with rural Japan and Satoyama culture. The hosts are eagerly awaiting the day when you come to visit and stay at their fairytale-like thatched cottage.
B&B Hanabusa Farmhouse
This B and B is run by a couple and overlooks several lovely thatched houses, one of which is an art museum. It also overlooks the mountain which was the site of the Shima castle (no longer standing), built in 1532. The house itself is a classic example of a farmers cottage and is around 150 years old; you can take part in a farming activity with them or have a massage before going to bed.
Shunki An – Traditional Thatched House Inn & Cafe
It's a large renovated thatched roof kominka
Sit around the big size irori sanken hearth and relax
Only one group of guests per night.
Equipments & amenities：futon, blankets, pillows, fridge, air conditioner, kerosene heater.
* No yukata or pajamas. Please bring your own pajama.
Cafe is closed on Wednesday.
Nestled in the upper reaches of Miyamas valleys this is the perfect place to get away from the hustle of modern Japan and take things slow. You can enjoy authentic seasonal Japanese food harvested from the surrounding fields. There are numerous places to enjoy walking, cycling, fly fishing, river activities and other outdoor activities in the immediate area around Harimaya so be sure to take the time to explore.
Miyama Nature & Culture Village Kajikaso Inn – New Annex
Kajikaso Inn is located near the clear-flowing waters of Yuragawa river.
Its main building is featuring rooms with open-air baths, large public baths, and a spacious communal lounge area.
In 2021, our new annex building with all modernised facilities has opened. Kajikaso Inn is a great place to stay especially for larger parties.
Other than their lodging facilities, they also have a conference room as well.
Serving local cuisines using seasonal Miyama ingredients. You can also enjoy seasonal Kaiseki course to enjoy mountain vegetables in spring, ayu sweet fish in summer, matsutake mushroom in autumn and wild boar meat hot pot in winter.
Its location is 2KM distance from Miyama’s thatched village, must-see sightseeing spot in Kyoto Miyama. Use here as your sightseeing base and enjoy walking or cycling to visit the heritage site.
Facility Information of New Annex
All guest rooms are on 2nd floor, viewing clear stream of Yura river from river side rooms or Miyama's beautiful mountain landscape from mountain side rooms. The rooms are for 4 persons with Tatami mat beds. Each room is equipped with a shower and toilet. The new annex is equipped with an elevator, making it easy for the elderly, wheelchairs, and large bags to move around.
This is a bed and breakfast located in the heart of Miyama’s thatched village or Kayabuki no Sato. Staying at Hisaya gives you a sense of what it is like to live in a Japanese country village.
This 28 year old B&B is the ideal place to not only see but feel Japanese history. Through hard work and dedication, they grow their own vegetables and use only the freshest local ingredients to produce traditional rural home-cooking and creative cuisine for their guests. You might just feel like you’ve come home when staying here.
※B&B Hisaya renewed as the whole house rental type inn in spring 2022! Stay safe within the Miyama's thatched village with your family or friends!
This traditional Japanese inn has a welcoming, friendly atmosphere, large spacious private rooms and great local food. Three generations run this inn together and take pride in offering a genuine Japanese experience to their customers. The name Kigusuriya means natural remedy in Japanese as it was once a Meiji period Japanese pharmacy. It was established as an inn during the eighth year of the Taisho era (1919), when there were many travelers passing through Miyama from the Japan sea down to Kyoto. When you stay here you can feel the long history of the inn and experience the warm hospitality that has been passed down through the generations.