This minshuku provides experiencing a stay at the main house which was built 120 years ago. It has been renovated into a spacious, bright home with a woodstove in the kitchen. The same family over many generations has offered black soybeans to the indigenous god every New Year’s Eve. Visitors can join a cooking class to make sushi, pudding and sweet jelly with those legendary beans. Take a stroll to visit the small neighboring shrines, Ashio-sama, Haita-jizo, and Mimiita-jizo. This short pilgrimage could bring you good luck! Discovery of the folk customs here will make you feel at peace.
- 1355 Ueda-higashi, Kibichuo-cho, Kaga-gun, Okayama Pref.
- Approximately 30 minutes by car from Okayama Expressway, Kayo IC
- Room rate
- Adults 7,000 yen, High school students 5,500 yen, Junior high school and Elementary school students 4,500 yen, (Meals are self or jointly prepared. Ingredients are provided.)
- Guest Room
- Capacity 5 persons