★Hanabusa is a traditional thatched cottage fully reformed and complete with all the modern conveniences including wi-fi. Built in the Japanese Edo period, the house is 150 years old and registered as a site of cultural heritage. It is a beautiful example of traditional thatched architecture.Sleeps 10 comfortably (can accommodate parties up to 15).Ideal for people interested in Japanese history and architecture.A full breakfast is provided, using quality local ingredients such as Miyama milk, local bread, free range eggs, free range sausages, butter, Jam etc.We have a fully equiped self service kitchen so you are welcome to bring food and cook for yourself, please be aware that WE ARE DEEP IN THE COUNTRYSIDE AND ONLY SMALL LOCAL SHOPS CAN BE FOUND NEAR THE HOUSE.We can also prepare meals on request and vary the menu for long stay guests, on request we can cook vegetarian or vegan food.★Kaya villa is a scenic thatched cottage complete with all the modern conveniences including a free wireless internet service and underfloor heating. Surrounded by mountains, beautiful rice fields and a bamboo forest, this is the perfect place to relax and unwind.Sleeps 5 (can sleep 7 with extra futons).Self service breakfast made from local produce.Highly recommended for families with children.This brand new thatched cottage was built by local wood craftsmen using exclusively local timber in collaboration with our own thatched roof specialist. Completed in 2013 the result is a blend between the best of the old thatched architecture with modern more compact floor plan and features like underfloor heating and full air conditioning.The deck provides a great space for eating outdoors or reading a book in the shade while taking in the scenic view.A simple self service breakfast is provided, this uses quality local ingredients such as Miyama milk, local bread, eggs, butter, Jam and cereal (not made locally).As well as a number of activities (see our website) we provide a local map and free bicycle rental for guests.We also provide a free pick up and drop off at the nearest railway station (JR Sonobe) if required.