Welcome to "Yamashita Farm House " a fishing village where original Japan remains.
Would you like to experience the sea, such as the fixed net industry and fishing boats?
A private house in a fisherman's town is available for rent as an experience and exchange accommodation.
You can see the beautiful sea and scenery of the town surrounded by nature.
You can experience the industry and culture of a fishing village.
We offer experience plans (such as fixed net fishing and fishing boats).
The farmhouse is located right in front of the harbor, rooms with a view of the sea are available.
Room rates (tax included)
This is a "private room" rental.
From 16,500 yen per night
The price includes:
-fixed net fishing
-fishing boat experience.
Please inquire about children and infant prices.
Coronavirus Preventative Methods
We open the windows and operate ventilation fans as much as possible.
All guests and staff alike must wear masks, sanitize their hands, gargle, and practice safe social distancing protocols. We may also ask for your cooperation in taking a temperature
-Net fishing experience. (Reservation deadline: 1 day before check-in.)
A fixed-net fishery is where you set a net offshore and wait for the f fish to come to you and catch the fish as they enter the net. It is a nature-friendly fishing method. What kind of fish you catch depends on the blessings of the sea.
-Fishing boat experience (Reservation deadline: 1 day before check-in.)
Please come in comfortable clothing that is easy to move in as well as appropriate for the current temperature.
Please bring your own towels.
Life jackets are provided.
*Note: The boat may be canceled due to weather conditions, but we will consult with you first before canceling.
-Fish processing experience, a walk-in town, fishing from the beach, smoke-making experience.
The experience will take place the day after your stay, but it can also be arranged. Please contact us for details.
Breakfast 9:00-10:00am, dinner 18:00-21:00pm
Meal locations: breakfast and dinner Shared space
Meal menu: breakfast and dinner, fish from fishing, etc.
＜Examples of fish caught in fishing
Year-round: red grouper, yellow sea bream, lingcod, striped bass, Japanese sea bream, etc.
Spring: sand eel, snappers, bonito, sea bream, bigeye, rockfish, giant trevally, giant trevally, squid, etc.
Summer: gruntuntunt, sea bream, amberjack, amberjack, sea bream, bigeye, hammerhead, eel, etc.
Autumn: horse mackerel, red mullet, Spanish mackerel, saury, sesame mackerel, etc.
Winter: yellowtail, anglerfish, flatfish, flounder, flounder, tunas, bluefin tuna, etc.
Depending on the sea conditions, the above fish may not be caught
Allergy: We can provide a different meal. (prior consultation required)
With or without a key: The guest's bedroom is not equipped with a key.
Check-in 15:00 / Check-out 12:00
Late night and early morning check-in are possible.
Check-in place: dedicated check-in space.
How to check-in: information on the meeting, at the facility's first-floor meeting place
Staff visits from nearby offices
Water area (bathrooms, toilets, bathrooms)
Bath: Shower only.
Bathing time: At your own time.
We do not have pajamas, toothbrushes, etc.
Please bring it with you or purchase it at nearby facilities.
Neighboring facilities and restaurants
Convenience store and supermarket: about 5 minutes walk
-Owashi Therapist Umakoshi Pass (Kumano Kodo)
It is the most popular pass on Ise Road with its beautiful stone pavement and cypress forest.
The stone pavement is said to have been built in the Edo period is still one of the best in Japan. It protects from the rainfall of Owashi.
It is said to be the most beautiful cobblestone pavement remaining in each area. Many historical sites also remain, and you can walk slowly through the beauty of the Owase cypress forest
Walking while savoring the history and culture. The health walks conducted in Owashi make clever use of the natural environment.
It is recommended for the health and healing of body and mind, such as cold stimulation with sunshine, wind, and water through the trees.
In addition, Owase therapists also conduct a self-examination of the body to ensure that it is healthy and safe.
Guided safe walking.
Travel time: about 45 minutes by car
-Mie Prefectural Kumano Kodo Center
The facility was built to commemorate the World Heritage Site registration of the Kumano Kodo "Ise Road", and
Permanent exhibition rooms to introduce the history, nature, and culture of Kumano Kodo and its surroundings, and
There are video halls, etc.
Information about the Kumano Kodo and the surrounding area, interaction with local people, and
The aim is to promote the region.
Travel time: about 45 minutes by car
Events and Events Information
Owashi Yaya Festival
It is the common name of Owase Shrine's annual festival, and the origin of the name is that the warriors come forward during battles
It is said to be from "Yah-ya I am...". Originally, during the eight days of the Lunar New Year (January - 1-8), the rituals and festivals were
It was a busy festival but after several reforms, including the adoption of a new calendar after the Meiji era. Currently, the festival is shortened to five days, February 1-5.
However, in order to respect the continuation of the tradition of the festival, about 350 years ago (early Edo period)
The rituals and rituals formed in the three days shortened to the present day are still largely unchanged. One of the main features of this festival is the telling of the story. It is an annual festival in which men dressed in white clash violently in the narrow streets.
This is done to pray for a good catch and a good harvest.
The men violently parade through the town with the call of "Chosa-ja".
Rituals and spectacular daimyo processions and roadside dances in which children participate are also held.
The city comes alive during the festival.
On the 2nd to 4th, there is a fierce parade of young people in the three official towns.
Every night, diving naked into the sea to cleanse the body is a popular attraction. On the 5th, kagura and dancing are held, and in the evening, archery is dedicated. The festival is famous as a "strange festival in Japan, a strange festival under the sun", which is rare in Japan.
It has been designated as an intangible folk cultural asset of Mie Prefecture in 2002.
By JR: 120 minutes by car from Tsu Station
A 180-minute drive from Nagoya Station
Free on-site parking for 2 cars and 5 affiliated parking spaces
Transportation is not provided.
Please be quiet after 10 pm.
Please refrain from entering the private area, which will be shown to you at check-in.
You can bring your pets, but they must be kept in a cage, outside or at the entrance.
Free parking available (up to 2 cars), contract parking available (up to 5 cars)
As you enter the town, the road is narrower, please drive at a slower speed.
Morning in the fishing village area is early. Please refrain from making noise.
When boarding the boat, please follow the guidance of the staff.
1. Japanese-style room 2 guest, 2 futons 9.36m2.
2. Japanese-style tatami room: 1 guest, 1 futon 8.77㎡.
3. Japanese-style room: 1 room, 1 futon, 8.82㎡.
4. Japanese-style room: 1 room , 1 futon, 12 m².
5. Western-style room : 1 member, 1 bed 5.42㎡
- Quiet hours are at 22:00
- Please do not enter any prohibited areas.