This is a place where you can experience traditional country life.
Hozu is a rice-producing region that has prospered as a shoen (a manor in medieval Japan) for aristocrats since the Heian period (794-1185). On the site, there is a storehouse that dates back to the Edo period (1603-1867).
Guests who visit will stay in private rooms located in the main building where the house owner lives. The baths and toilets in the guest room (Japanese-style, with 8-tatami mat room, 6-tatami mat room, wide veranda) are for guests only. Here, you can use the refrigerator, microwave, washing machine and Wi-Fi.
Breakfast and dinner will be brought to the guest room.
You can also experience cooking dinner with the house owner in a separate building that has a kamado (furnace rice cooker). At the farm, you can harvest crops such as vegetables, light the kamado with firewood to make rice and miso soup, and bake pizza and more in the stone oven.
On the site, there are also silky fowls, Japanese honeybees, cats and other animals that you can interact with.
With bicycles available to rent free of charge, you can also explore the area. Please enjoy the beautiful rural landscape here.
If you have time, we can also guide you around the attractions.
- 20 Uerajo Hozu-cho, Kameoka City, Kyoto Prefecture
- - Approximately 20 minute walk from the north exit of JR Kameoka Station
- Pick-up service available from JR Kameoka Station and Torokko Kameoka Station (reservation required)
*Parking: Available for 5 vehicles
- 1 night weeknight stay for adults, stay only 7,000 yen
1 night weeknight stay for adults, with breakfast and dinner 11,000 yen
An additional 3,000 yen will be charged just before weekends and during high season.
*Overnight reservations are accepted for parties of 2 or more adults.
*Half-price will be charged for children under elementary school age. Young co-sleeping children stay for free.
- 090-2102-3715（Support available in Japanese only）