Built over 130 years ago as a rice merchant's house, it now serves as an old Japanese-style hostel.Our whole family takes pride in the unique atmosphere you will find within this old Japanese-style house throughout eternity. It’s perfect for families and couples as well as for those who are travelling on their own. We eagerly await your arrival.
From the spacious earthen floor with a big hearth table (called irori table) you can reach the back garden through a passage and even see the ceiling with the beams and joists. You can relax under the sunken kotatsu in the eight-tatami living room or explore the hidden room in the second floor with another hearth table and two Japanese lanterns surrounded by mud walls. From your six-tatami room you can directly access the wonderful garden and enjoy the view of the blooming sasanquas that are now in season. Also, feel free to use the spacious Japanese bathroom that features a big special order bathtub on a granite floor fully enclosed by Japanese cypress as well as the fully loaded kitchen with the distinct Shouwa fragrance – both were added to the building during the Shouwa era.
Disponible para huéspedes
A stairway leads from the earthen floor to the second floor consisting of a 10 tatami and an 8 tatami room with lattice windows. Also, directly above the guestroom lies the host's bedroom. Feel free to use any room and space within the establishment apart from the two aforementioned.
Otros aspectos destacables
Please refrain from eating and drinking in your room. We kindly request you to instead eat and drink in the shared space which are the kitchen, the living room and the earthen floor area. Thank you very much for your cooperation.
There is a 7-Eleven in front of the inn, just a convenience!
As the Kominya Ebisuya is a homestay-style place. Whenever we are free we would gladly seize any opportunity of interaction with you. On the Earthen floor of Ebisuya there is a weaving workshop "Hide" where the second son is a weaver.