Magnificent view of Onomichi channelApprox. 100 year old traditional Japanese style inn
Shared Room w/view of Onomichi channel
Hosted by Hideo
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6 guests
1 bedroom
6 beds
2 baths
6 guests
1 bedroom
6 beds
2 baths
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The space

It's a traditional Japanese style inn, converted to a guesthouse. It is located on a hillside, so not so easy to get to, but once you are there, you will have a great view and relaxing time. In order to preserve the historic building, there are a few house rules.

Guest access

Guests can enter everywhere except the café kitchen and stockyard behind the entrance.

Interaction with guests

There will be staff available to answer your questions and help you with your stay from 7:30AM to 10AM, 3PM to midnight.

Other things to note

Miharashi-te is a guest house, not a regular Japanese style inn or business hotel. In order to keep the cost low, we have only limited amenity, no TV or DVD/Blu-ray player. We are located on a hillside. Traveling lightly is recommended. Please see the directions for more details. Minimum amenity provided to keep the price low. Please bring your own bath towels (you can rent one for 200 yen if you need). We have a cafe, but it does't serve full meals. Guests are welcome to bring their own food/beverages in the cafe space.


Amenities
Kitchen
Shampoo
Heating
Air conditioning

Prices
Extra people $25 / night after the first guest
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House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Not safe or suitable for children (0-12 years)
Check in time is 3PM - 10PM
Check out by 10AM

Cancellations

Safety features
Smoke detector
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher

Availability
1 night minimum stay

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Alan User Profile
April 2017
An amazing guest house with phenomenal staff. My friends and I made a stop here before riding the Shimanami-Kaido. It's a steep walk to get there, but it's worth the view and hospitality. Hideo and his staff went above and beyond to make us feel at home. Hideo even made reservations for us at a popular local izakaya. Rooms are shared with other guests, with each guest getting their own futon. Floors are tatami. First floor is home to a little cafe with a nice view, so you don't have to go far for a drink or breakfast. Staying at this place is almost worth a trip by itself. Highly recommended if you don't mind the steep trek and futons. I will definitely stop there again if my travels ever bring me to Onomichi.

Devin User Profile
March 2017
The place is a climb, but the view is awesome and the house itself is beautiful. Be aware it is basically a hostel and it's mostly young people. The walls are thin and it can be noisy. There was a little bit of grossness in the bathroom, but other than that it's hard to complain.
Hideo User ProfileHideo is a superhost.
Response from Hideo:
Thanks for the feedback. We have cleaning staff everyday and will let them know about your feedback. Thanks!
March 2017

Daniel User Profile
February 2017
Absolutely beautiful view. Well worth a small workout up the stairs.

Kevin User Profile
November 2016
Beautiful hostel with a great view. Note that you'll have to walk up several flights of stairs to get better, so it's best not to have heavy bags with you.

Joel User Profile
September 2016
Absolutely beautiful place! Hideo speaks fluent English and made us feel at home. Highly recommended!

Sirikanya User Profile
October 2017
Good value Great view but it is high and need to walk up on the hill quite hard.

Gabriella User Profile
October 2017
This was the most beautiful spot to stay in Onomichi :) incredible views and warm feelings. Would stay here again, and bring a smaller pack next time!

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Onomichi, JapanJoined in May 2016
Hideo User ProfileHideo is a superhost.

Hi I am Hideo. I lived in Seattle WA USA for 22+ years, but loved Onomichi so much, so I visited there every year since 2009. Now I am living in Onomichi. Onomichi is where the Shimanami Kaido starts on the main island. So it is a popular cyclist city.

I love music, movies, and art in general. I also like to discuss just about anything and learn from others.

Languages: English, 日本語
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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