Outline of the property
You can enjoy the blue of the sea and the blue of the sky, as well as an abundance of traditional Okinawan fruits and seafood.
We hope you will have a wonderful time while feeling the Ryukyu breeze.
The house is conveniently located within walking distance of the nation's number one roadside station and supermarket, where you can find Okinawan specialties.
It's also a great place for sightseeing in the southern part of Okinawa, where you can enjoy a walk to the ocean with beautiful sunsets.
The interior decorations are Ryukyu modern style using Bingata dyeing, a traditional Okinawan textile.
Weekdays: 15,000 yen and up / Fridays and Saturdays: 21,000 yen and up
-Please note that children (under elementary school age) are not allowed to stay in the hotel.
Covid-19 Preventative Measures
We try to ventilate the room as much as possible by opening the windows and operating the ventilation fans. The hotel takes thorough health care measures, such as wearing masks, disinfecting hands, and gargling.
We ask for your cooperation in wearing masks, disinfecting your hands, and gargling when you enter the building. Please note that we may also ask for your cooperation in taking your temperature.
Sanshin Experience: Enjoy the atmosphere of Ryukyu and try sanshin cultural music during your stay.
Fee: 3,000 yen and up
Please let us know on the day.
We do not provide meals, so please prepare your own.
Please prepare your own food. We have enough tableware for 5 people.
Floor plan: 1LDK (75㎡)
Image of the room
The rooms are decorated in a Ryukyu modern style using Bingata dyeing, a traditional Okinawan textile.
The living room is used as a master bedroom.
Please be careful with decorative items.
Check-in time is 15:00 - 20:00 / Check-out time is 11:00.
Bathing time : Any time you like.
Bathing time: You can use the bathroom at any time you like.
(Bathing after drinking is prohibited.
Toilet: Flush type, with a bidet.
Nearby facilities and restaurants
Convenience stores and supermarkets: within a 5-minute walk
-Roadside Station Itoman http://www.yukura.jp/
Itoman is the southernmost roadside station in Japan. Not only tourists but also locals come here to purchase goods at reasonable prices.
The food court serves Okinawan cuisine. Takeout is also available at some stores.
-Umanchu Market, one of the largest agricultural product sales centers in the prefecture, is best visited first thing in the morning.
More than 100 kinds of vegetables and 30 kinds of fruits are available.
It is said that there are more than 1,000 individual farmers.
Time required: about 5 minutes on foot
-Mimi Beach http://bibibeachitoman.com/
This artificial beach was built in 2006 in the Itoman Fishing Port Fureai Park, a reclaimed area in Itoman City. The beach is divided into a swimming area equipped with jellyfish prevention nets and a marine activity area. You can also play beach soccer and beach volleyball, so you can have a lot of fun outside of the ocean. BBQ is also available on the day if available. Enjoy the photojournalistic wall art that has become a hot topic in commercials and social media.
Time required: about 5 minutes by car
-Peace Memorial Park http://kouen.heiwa-irei-okinawa.jp/kouen.html
The park is located on a plateau in the southern part of the main island, overlooking the hills of Mabuni, Itoman City, "the place where the Battle of Okinawa ended" to the south, and the rugged and beautiful coastline to the southeast.
The park is located on a plateau with a view of the beautiful and steep coastline to the southeast. In the park, there is the Peace Memorial Museum, which displays photos and artifacts from the Battle of Okinawa; the Cornerstone of Peace, where the names of all those who died in the Battle of Okinawa are engraved; the Peace Statue, which prays for the repose of the souls of the war dead and for eternal peace; and the Peace Monument, which is located on top of Mabuni Hill.
On top of Mabuni Hill, there is the National Cemetery for the War Dead and 50 memorial towers erected by prefectures and organizations.
Time required: about 20 minutes by car
-Ryukyu Glass Village https://www.ryukyu-glass.co.jp/
In this complex, you can enjoy factory tours, workshops, and shopping.
You can see the kiln at 1,300°C and glass craftsmen right in front of you. There is a factory where you can see the 1,300°C kiln and glass artisans at work and a store with many products that can only be sold directly here.
The Fukuchi Shoten overflows with products related to Okinawan handicrafts such as yachimun, lacquerware, kariyushi wear, and local foods.
-Outlet Jangaraya is a Ryukyu glass outlet store that offers discounts on all products. An indoor facility where you can enjoy more than 15 different workshops. The workshops include glass blowing, Shisa coloring, and accessories. The most popular is the perfume-making workshop.
Time required: about 15 minutes by car
By car: Approximately 20 minutes from Naha Airport by car.
There are two parking lots on the premises.
Please be quiet after 10pm.
Please refrain from entering the private area that will be shown to you upon check-in.
- Japanese Style Room Up to 4 guests ( 1 single bed, 1 double bed)
- Japanese Style Room Up to 1 guests ( 1 Single bed)
- Please do not enter any restricted areas. (Guidelines will be given at the time of check-in)
- Quiet hours are at 22:00