Opened at the end of July 2017, this farmhouse inn is an inn that only tea farmers can provide.
The inn's young proprietress, a member of the Kita family, who have been running tea farms for generations in the town of Wazuka, was at the center of the process, which started with remodeling their old private house to convey the charm of Wazuka and its tea.
Before dinner, you can experience tea harvesting in the tatami room, picking from the specially prepared tea branches.
The many dishes of the Japanese course to follow will also be made with tea, starting with tempura of the tea leaves you picked yourself, all prepared carefully and thoughtfully by the young Ms. Masako (the family's second daughters) for a complete course meal!
Guests can also taste different some of the over 20 (!) different types of tea that grow in the garden here, and hear about tea from Ms. Kyoko (the mother), a Japanese tea instructors, and Mr. Kazuo (the father), a tea producer.
Enu To Enu is an inn that's irresistible for tea lovers, where you can hear directly from tea farmers, as well as tour and experience the tea factory (for an extra fee).
In addition, you can also experience tea harvesting, tea factory tours, and black tea preparation for an additional fee.
A Japanese course made using tea is also available for lunch and dinner (3,500 yen).
*Only when there are no guests staying at the hotel.
Please see here to get an idea of the day-to-day at the inn:
*Because we are tea farmers, the content of the activities on offer vary depending on the season.
- 30 Nakasugadani, Wazuka, Soraku District, Kyoto Prefecture
- Check-in/Check-out Times
- 4:00 p.m./ 10:00 a.m.