Koiya Farmhouse Inn is located next to Iwaki-jinja Shrine in Chiyokawa-cho, Kameoka City, Kyoto Prefecture.
Built in 1183, Iwaki-jinja Shrine enshrines the Shinto god of water, said to have been born from fog, Ichikishimahime no Mikoto, and every September, the "yutate" (hot water) purification rituals are held there.
As the name implies, Chiyokawa (lit. "thousand generation river") has long been protected by Shinto gods by small rivers and waterways, and previous generations prospered farming carp. Carp farming has currently ceased to focus on the production of high-quality and delicious agricultural products, but even now some people call the area "koiya-san" (carp farmer), and it from this that the inn gets its name.
Guests at Koiya Farmhouse Inn are limited to one group per day, so that guests may fully enjoy their experience.
The warehouse and detached house have been rennovated so that guests can take their leisure, and enjoy the vegetables we make in a relaxed manner.
Come and enjoy Kameoka's unique country lifestyle, complete with meals made with fresh seasonal vegetables, talking walks, and sightseeing.
- 2 Miyanomae Kitanosho, Chiyokawa-cho, Kameoka City, Kyoto Prefecture
- Car: Get off at Chiyokawa IC on the Kyoto Jukan Expressway and take Route 73 for about 1 minute.
Train: Free pick-up service available from Chiyokawa Station on the JR Sagano Line
Bus: Take the Keihan Bus Hatano Chiyokawa Line F41, get off at "Kitanosho" bus stop, and walk 5 minutes.
- Check-in/Check-out Times
- 3:00 p.m. / 10:00 a.m.
- Foreign Language Support
- Muslim Friendly Information
- Please inquire