Daisuke in the forests he looks after.Some guests on our truck, ready for an adventure.
Lumberjack's House In The Mountains
4 voyageurs
1 chambre
3 lits
1 salle de bain
4 voyageurs
1 chambre
3 lits
1 salle de bain
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Come and stay in our wooden house, called Soyokaze-Shokudo, in the mountains of Kushihara village.

You can stay with our family and experience rural life in Japan.

We are a lumberjack / arborist family, so we look after the surrounding forest.


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Voyageur supplémentaire 27 € / nuit après le premier voyageur
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Règlement intérieur

Normal Japanese etiquette: no shoes in the house etc.

We are very relaxed; we want you to feel comfortable :)

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Animal/animaux dans la maison

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Séjour de 2 nuits minimum

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Profil utilisateur de Evan
août 2017
Despite seeing many wonderful sights and having a wide range of incredible experiences over the course of our two week trip to Japan, the highlight of our trip for our party of three travelers was the time we spent with Shoko, Daisuke, and their three precious daughters. From the moment Shoko picked us up from the station, everyone welcomed us so warmly, making us feel like old friends or part of the family. Each morning, we shared a delicious homemade breakfast with the family; we were invited along for family outings to the river and local festivals; we played music together; and we shared funny stories. Though we only stayed for three nights, we look forward to keeping in contact for the rest of our lives. In addition to our wonderful hosts, the quaint town of Kushihara was spectacular. We spent our evenings at the local onsen, hiked to local waterfalls and a nearly 1500 year old shrine, and mingled with the locals. We also took a quick train from Akechi station to Iwamura, a small town still showcasing its Edo period architecture, castle ruins and a fantastic sake brewery. If you get the chance, come during Obon and enjoy the festivals- the towns really come alive but the crowds of tourists still haven't found either of these charming towns.

Profil utilisateur de Bahar
juin 2017
A very welcoming warm experience out in nature's best. İt was the perfect escape after a few days in the busy cities. Will definitaly come back here again! Thank you Shoko!

Profil utilisateur de Nazira
mai 2017
A place that is out of the way but is worth the 2.5 hour journey into the rural areas. Plenty of greenery to feed your soul, and Joe & Lily (their dogs) are the friendliest dogs you can ever encounter. Daisuke and Shoko have three charming and energetic daughters, and oftentimes make me regret not learning Japanese because that language barrier is so frustrating. Minori, Sakura and Soyoka are the most beautiful girls of Kushihara! *Mark my words heh* Waking up to a beautiful sunrise and sleeping to a beautiful sunset is what makes this trip so magical. Honestly, get out of the city and stay here. Also, thank you Shoko-san for bringing me to Akechi Junior High for a Home ec class. It was the funnest experience!!! :)

Profil utilisateur de Emily
décembre 2016
I was only in Japan a week but I'm so glad I made it here, it was wonderful to see this side of Japanese life in contrast to the cities. The family were so welcoming and the house so cosy. They were so kind and took us around showing us the local shrines and sights :) Thanks so much!

Profil utilisateur de Seb
décembre 2016
You must go and stay here it is fantastic! Shoko and Daisuke were very kind and they have a wonderful family and I really enjoyed all my time there. A great experience!

Profil utilisateur de Nick
août 2016
Daisuke/ Shoko and their family were very nice people. They treated us like family for the short few days we were there. The location was off-the-grid and no GPS could have guided us to their house. We met Daisuke at the local hot spring and he led us to his home. I'd recommend renting a car if you are lazy like me and would like to explore the local (hilly) area. We enquired before booking about the pets as wife is not a fan of dogs. They were very accommodating and arranged an alternate route for us to enter and leave the house without trespassing the dogs' territory. Jo and Lily (their dogs) are very friendly and well behaved. Coming from a concrete jungle, to fall asleep and wake up with all the sounds of nature was a real treat. There is no air-con only electric fan but its perfectly adequate as the forest cools right down in the evening. We enjoyed some very nice home cooking by Shoko using mostly local ingredients, including eggplants from Shoko's parents farm! Their daughters (3 of them, I feel sorry for you Daisuke!) inherit the same friendly genes from their parents and are fun to be around despite the language barrier. Will be back when we feel like another dose of japanese country living.

Profil utilisateur de Alison
août 2016
Beautiful traditional Japanese house. Lovely forest. Great hosts. A highlight of our trip to Japan.

Ena, JaponMembre depuis août 2014
Profil utilisateur de Shoko

I like live music - we often host small concerts of local musicians at our house. I play the Sanshin guitar and my husband plays the drums.

I love early 90s rap - my favourite artist is Nas.

I also like watching movies, like Cinema Paradiso and The Cider House Rules.

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