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My son and I spent four nights with the Charles family. Right away we felt at home in their traditional, yet modern, home in the small village of Nishiawakura. We ate delicious home-cooked meals, including freshly baked bread from the bakery they built next to...More
I spend 3 nights here which is a great break from the usual big cities tour, and to get a feeling about life in the Japanese countryside. Which is beautiful, great for walking/hiking, there is a good Onsen nearby, and a lovely town where you...More
My family and I stayed here in August 2014. Despite being told by our travel agent in Los Angeles to go to other areas of Japan to experience the countryside, we decided to go nevertheless. The whole family LOVED this part of our trip. Our...More
Hiromi and Charles have created a beautiful, comfortable B&B in the mountains of central Japan, blending the best of Japan and France. In addition to the yoga and bakery they offer to all, Hiromi arranged a bespoke tour of the region. We have met world...More
The house is renovated beautifully, lovingly taken care of, the hosts are nice, friendly, helpful and most of all care about their village, environment and promoting their area. Both dinner and breakfast were amazing, the hosts went out of their way to show us around...More
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Our Nokishita Toshokan is also an eco-friendly European-style bed and breakfast fully dedicated to the comfort of sensitive and nature-loving travellers.We are located a one-minute walk away from Nishiawakura station on the Chizu Kyuko line, and are conveniently situated for visiting many of the local attractions and sight-seeing spots in the area.Our B&B is the perfect place to enjoy the Japanese countryside at its best; open your heart and our mountains and rivers will share their secrets. For one or more nights, find yourself warmly welcomed into our converted Japanese farmhouse. Our two spacious guest rooms comfortably sleep two people each, and can be converted to accommodate three. Bathrooms are shared, and guests can use the library lounge to relax in. There, you will find a wide range of books in Japanese, English, Spanish and French. We also have a laptop with wireless internet access for you to write home or Twitter your experiences with us.