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Staying at 150-year-old thatched-roof house in Miyama, surrounded by mountains, rice fields and big sky. Unwind and relax from hectic pace of everyday life and slipping back in time.
Miyama Terrace – The Riverfront
It's a classy and pleasant outdoor experience in which you wake up to birds singing, have an extraordinary time during the day in nature, sleep in cube-shaped cabin indulging in night sky. You can enjoy a forest stay in your own style from morning till night.
Staying Miyama at luxury villa surrounded by rich natural beauty
Luxury kominka villa alongside pristine water of Miyama River.
Stay in the facility designed with beauty and considerations, divorced from the everyday, where you can be surrounded by the out of ordinary and exotic.
The name comes from 300-year-old crape myrtle tree, or sarusuberi (in Chinese reading, hyakujikkou).
The house has a garden where you can enjoy all four seasons.
A barbecue space and a spacious bath are available for large groups.
It’s perfect for those who want to spend time with friends and family in the outdoors, away from the hustle and bustle of the city,
The entire house can be rented out to only one group per day, so you can spend your time without disturbing anyone else.
Miyama KAYA Villa
Kaya villa is a modern and comfortable thatched cottage surrounded by nature and scenic views. One group per day ensures privacy. The nights here are beautiful, with the sky full of stars, and you can eat breakfast out on the terrace overlooking rice fields and mountains.. They also have rental bicycles so you can explore the surrounding area. This cottage is primarily self service cooking and you can bring your own foodstuffs although they do offer catering options for those who prefer to let someone else do the work. They also offer a pick up and drop off service to Sonobe Station as well. Please consult with them about this when making your reservations.
Sightseeing Farm EwaLand
At this mountain cottage nearby Miyama River, you can cook for yourself. They have an extensive ingredient list available, including items like vegetables, deer and wild boar meat, ayu (sweetfish), and more. There is a barbecue space at the cottage as well. There is a furnace, stone oven, even Dutch oven available for use in this kitchen, and you can request barbecue sets chicken hotpot, and even boar hotpot meals here too. Having a barbecue by the river is a popular activity all throughout the warmer months of the year.
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.