Niyodo river house YANANOSE

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  1. 6 guests
  2. 4 bedrooms
  3. 6 beds
  4. 2 baths
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An inn that combines the charm of the old era with the modern essence of the "Yananose house" located on the banks of the Kiyomizu Inodo River, which is famous for its name "Indo Blue".Please spend a moment in a natural environment freely, such as a vacation with family, friends, or remote work.

Sleeps 6 people/Free WiFi, and meals are

currently closed.

this house, by the Niyodo River (Ino Village in the Kochi Prefecture), was built in the Meiji Era. Along with friends, I’ve been renewing and rebuilding the house to be as simple and cozy as possible and using mostly natural materials, so that every guest would be able to enjoy and relax.

The space
This guesthouse features a dining room on the second floor with a traditional atmosphere and a tatami bungalow bedroom.The dining room is fully stocked with cooking utensils, so you can use it like a home kitchen.There is a hammock, fireplace, guitar and piano to relax in. The bungalow has a tatami mat room with Japanese architecture, as well as an old-fashioned Tsubaki (Kamado) where you can enjoy cooking rice in an earthenware pot.You can go out to Kawara in 3 minutes on foot, so it's also a good idea to enjoy a BBQ.

The main house, dining room, bath, toilet, etc. are on the premises, but the building is separated. There is a roof in the aisle, so you don't have to worry about getting wet on a rainy day.

Because it is a little high, you will have to climb the stairs to the entrance. There are steps in the house and baths and facilities.If you have a disability or are worried, please contact us.

The house:

It's a big, historic house, from the Meiji Era (1868 ~ 1912).
Due to its age and character, there may be some inconvenience but it’s still a unique experience!
The house has separate buildings: the kitchen and dining room; the living and sleeping area; the shower; and the toilet.
Even though they’re in separate buildings, the path is all sheltered and it’s 2~10 steps between one building and the other. Even if it’s raining, you won’t get wet or tired. It’s pretty much like outdoor hallways.

There are stairs from the road to the house and to enter the kitchen. The shower area and the sleeping areas are also at a higher level.

The kitchen has every cooking utensils and the seasonings you’ll need. There’s even a rice cooker!
There’s shampoo, body soap, towels, hair dryer, a stainless steel Japanese style bathtub (ofuro) and a shower in the shower room. We also provide toothbrushes, toothpaste, sleeping masks, and ear plugs.
You’ll be able to experience sleeping in a tatami room, over a futon mattress.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
2 single beds
Bedroom 2
2 single beds
Bedroom 3
1 single bed

What this place offers

Dedicated workspace
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Air conditioning
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Where you’ll be

吾川郡いの町柳瀬本村, 高知県, Japan

The town of Kochi Prefecture, where the sea, mountains, and rivers remain, has the highest mountainous mountain in west Japan on the border of Ebisu and Kochi prefectures, dotted with stunning views of nature created by the abundance of water flowing through the mountains, dotted with "Miraculous Kiyomizu Yodogawa" or Indo Blue.
In the Incheon River is very popular with scenic spots, canoeing, rafting, sup and other activities.

It is also recommended to use a car to fully enjoy the Incheon River.

"NIYODO blue" The Inidogawa Tourism Council homepage provides recommendations on nearby activities, restaurants, and other recommended spots.

The area:
This is the place where mountains, rivers, the sea, and nature come together. In the city next to Kochi city, Ino-cho, in the Kochi Prefecture, is the Niyodo river. Its water springs from Mount Ishizuchi, located between Ehime and Kochi Prefectures. The water that flows from that spring to the Niyodo River and it’s so clear that it’s called as the ‘Miracle Stream’ or Niyodo Blue.
It’s a culturally rich area with historical architecture from the Meiji Era.

Getting around:
It takes around 1-minute walk from the house to the Niyodo river. It’s literally across the street.
In around 20 minutes by car, you get to the village of Ino (Inocho), where you’ll find supermarkets, shrines, and temples, izakaya, etc.
In a 40-minute drive, you reach the city of Kochi.
There’s an onsen (hot spring) within a 15-minute drive.
The Yasui Valley is 40 minutes away by car.

Find below some related links to help you plan your trip to Kochi!
-Visit Kochi Japan
-Niyodo Blue Trip guide
-Ino-cho tourism board
-Ishizuch mountain range official site

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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: 3:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Checkout: 10:00 AM
Self check-in with lockbox
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
No carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

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