Property name Farmers' Guest House "Nominshoku Toku San"
[Introduction of the property]
Towa Town is located in the eastern part of Hanamaki City in Iwate Prefecture. The farmer's guest house "Nominshoku Toku San" is run by a former carpenter and nursery school cook.
Fresh rice and vegetables produced locally also named the "food of Towa Town" consist of local miso and side dishes is truly a treasure of the region.
The owner shares the same rooms and facilities (toilets and bathrooms), and the scenery is typical of Iwate's mid-mountainous region, making you feel at home in the countryside.
One room is 16.2 m2 and has a capacity of 4 people, and the other room is 11.34m2 and has a semi-double bed with a capacity of 1 person.
Amenities are not available so please bring your own.
-Dinner menu is prepared using seasonal vegetables, wild vegetables, and local ingredients.
(e.g. rice, miso soup, grilled river fish, boiled foods, pickles, etc.)
The breakfast menu uses plenty of freshly picked vegetables
1 night with 2 meals- Adults from 6,600 yen per person
Children：3,300 yen and up per person
1-night breakfast- Adults from 4,400 yen per person
Children：2,200 yen and up per person
Adult: 5,500 yen or more per person
Children：2,800 yen and up per person
Night stay with no meal-Adults: 3,300 yen and up / 1 person
Recommended restaurants in the neighborhood
-Hanazuki Restaurant (Ankake Yakisoba is popular)
-Tase Dam Curry
-History and Culture of Towa Town
The town of Towa, where Nodomachi is located, is full of history, tradition, and nature.
-Tsuchisawa Tanabata Festival
-National Baby Crying Sumo Tournament
-Tsuchisawa Art and Craft Fair.
[Nature and fun】
-Tase Lake Yacht Harbor
-Tase Dam, Fishing Park
-Cherry Blossom Boulevard
-Northern Boundary Shiraki
-Nanadaki Hole, Kazukuri
Recommended spots in the neighborhood
-National Treasure of Japan Former Obara House
This is an ordinary farmer's house from the feudal era and is estimated to have been built in the middle of the 18th century. This is a private house where you can learn about the process of the "Nambu Bend House", a house where people lived together under one roof, taking good care of their livestock.
Taniuchi Tradition Studio
You can experience making traditional sweets, straw and bamboo work, and making soba noodles, as well as having a kitchen.
The kitchen is also available.
(Examples: rice cakes, red rice, simmered rice, handmade soba noodles, kirisenshou, ganduki, dumplings on skewers, etc.)
(Rubber pistols, bamboo dragonflies, birdhouses, stilts, cloth slippers, etc.)
Tanunaiyama Shrine, a prefectural cultural property.
Tanunaiyama Shrine was founded more than 1,300 years ago. It is said to have enshrined the god Taguchi-Hikokami, who pioneered the land. On the grounds of the shrine, there is a huge rock of Arahavaki, a mysterious deity who is never mentioned in the Kojiki (Records of Ancient Matters) or Japanese scribes. Most of the shrines that once enshrined this god have changed their deities. Some say that he is the god of the barbarians, the god of Monobe, the god of iron making, and the god of Sai, but the truth is not known. However, it is said that wherever the Arahavaki god is enshrined, there is always a shrine. It is said that the shrine was founded to enshrine this Tannaisan shrine. It was founded during the Jowa period (834-847, Heian period) by Nichihiro, a disciple of Kobo Daishi, who enshrined Fudo Myoo. At the time, it was called "Daishyoji Fudo-Tanai Daigongen". In the Edo period, it prospered as a place of prayer for the lord of the Nambu domain.
The Yananoe Project for the Gathering of Old Houses
In 2018, the project began renovating a 100-year-old old house and its annexes with the keyword "a relaxing place for adults to gather". Efforts were made to improve the main house (a partially two-story, seven-bedroom wooden house) and clean and furnish the storehouse (a two-story building) to create a space that can be used for events and meetings, as well as barbecues and pizza-making experiences.
The owner is a certified outdoor instructor and is also a coffee barista. When the timing is right, the owner will be happy to make you a cup of his special coffee.
□ Tetsugoro Yorozu Memorial Museum of Art
Tetsugoro Man was born in 1885 in Tsuchisawa, Hanamaki City. He was born in Tsuchisawa, Hanamaki City, Japan in 1885. His graduation work, "Nude Beauty," with its intense colors and bold brushstrokes, is said to be a pioneering work of Japanese avant-garde painting. He established a unique style of painting that fused the climate of Tsuchisawa with the new artistic expressions of the West. Dozawa, where the Tetsugoro Mantel Goro Museum of Art is located, still retains its artistic atmosphere.
The Mantetsu Goro Memorial Museum of Art houses a collection of oil paintings, ink paintings, drawings, notebooks, letters, photographs, and artifacts.
Tsuchisawa Art Craft Fair
The "Tsuchisawa Art Craft Fair" is an event held in Hanamaki City, Iwate Prefecture in the spring and fall, where artists from all over the country exhibit and sell their work. Over 30,000 people visit the retro-styled Tsuchisawa Shopping Street and the Yontetsu Goro Memorial Museum of Art to see the unique shops lining the streets. There is a wide range of goods on sale, including cute miscellaneous goods, arts and crafts, plants, and processed foods.
Friday, May 03, 2019, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Saturday, May 04, 2019, 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Sunday, October 13, 2019, 12:00 - 4:00 pm
Monday, October 14, 2019, 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
While welcoming urban children as part of our green tourism program, we realized the importance of communicating the life and landscape of a rural village. We felt the joy of sharing the time we spent together and wanted to make it a base for communicating the charm of the countryside, which led us to start Nodomitoku-san.
Request to the guests
-Quiet hours start at 10:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. the next morning.
-The residents of both neighboring houses are in shift work positions, so they will be in and out of the house early in the morning and late at night, and will be resting during their home hours.
-The second floor and the stairway area are private spaces.
-We will give you a tour of the house when you check-in. We will show you the owner's private area when you check-in, so please feel free to use the other common areas.
-If you have any requests, please do not hesitate to ask us when you reserve a room or check-in. We'll do our best to accommodate your requests.
-Due to a large number of elderly people in the area, we may have to decline applications from metropolitan areas to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection. To prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, we may not accept applications from large cities in the region.
-Covid-19 Preventative Measures
Cleaning, disinfection, ventilation, and hand disinfection are thoroughly carried out in accordance with the guidelines for agricultural accommodation facilities.
We ask you to take your temperature when you enter the facility.
We ask you to wear a mask and wash your hands thoroughly during your stay.
Nature walks, cooking classes, cultural experiences, and more!
Total of 2 rooms
(1) Japanese style room
4 sets of futon mattresses / Capacity: 4 people (16.2m2)
(2) Western-style room
One semi-double bed/ capacity: 1 person (11.34m2)
- Please Check-in at an appropriate time.
- Please contact us in advance for stays longer than 3 days