About the Accommodation Plan
Limited to one group per day, a maximum of six people can stay at the inn. Meals are not included in the room rate.
-Guests who wish to cook can use the facility's kitchen.
There are no plans that include meals.
1) Japanese-style room (6 tatami mats, 4 sets of bedding)
2) Western-style room: 4.5 tatami mats, 2 beds
About the Guest House
I fell in love with the round mountain called Bowimui and built a pension in Ogimi, Ogimi Village.
Based on the experience of accepting overnight stays for students on school trips in Ogimi Village, we decided that we would like to offer overnight stays in the future.
It is a retreat located in the mountains.
We can't see the ocean from the inn, but the starry sky is breathtaking.
A request from the landlord.
No smoking inside.
Please separate your garbage.
Convenience stores and supermarkets nearby
Family Mart, Lawson <20 minutes by car
Kunigami Supermarket <20 minutes by car
Laumi no Ten <20 minutes by car
This is a restaurant that serves traditional Okinawan cuisine using island vegetables grown by grandmothers.
At the adjoining Hatamaido, you can try your hand at making tea with chonagusa, akabanana, roselle, uchin, shikwasa, etc., and buy sata andagi and jyushii omusubi.
Maeda Shokudo <14 min. by car>
This is a famous Okinawa soba restaurant in northern Okinawa. Please enjoy the famous beef soba.
Restaurant Yanbaru Seaside <15 minutes by car>.
Roadside Station Ogimi, in Yanbaru Visitor Center
With the basic concept of "local production for local consumption," this restaurant offers a wide variety of dishes using Yanbaru and Okinawan ingredients and conveys the appeal of the region through food.
Rest House Hamakaze <25 minutes by car>.
A 20-year old restaurant located near Kuina Eco Sporek Park in Kunigami Village. The whitefish butter set meal with garlicky butter sauce is a popular menu item. The restaurant has about 40 seats and can accommodate groups.
Kunigami Port Restaurant <25 minutes by car>.
This is a restaurant where you can enjoy the freshest fish from the harbor.
The restaurant has a wooden deck where you can enjoy your meal while looking out at the ocean on a sunny day. For lunch, the restaurant offers not only a hearty meal but also a fresh salad bar.
Recommended spots near the restaurant
Rokudahara Observatory <25 minutes by car>.
From the observatory, you can enjoy a panoramic view of Shioya Bay, the East China Sea, Motobu Peninsula, and Furujima Island. In particular, the view of Shioya Bay in the foreground at sunset is spectacular. On the way from Shioya Bay to the observatory, you can enjoy the view of cherry blossoms in spring and golden showers in summer.
Ogimi Shikwasa Park <20 min. by car
This is the first Shikwasa facility in Japan. When you enter, there is a big tree in front of you, and you can taste Shikwasa juice by turning on the tap there. If you go further in, there is juice from different months of the harvest, so you can enjoy the different tastes. The facility's factory is free to visit. At the restaurant in the facility, you can enjoy dishes made with Shikwasa.
Bashofu Kaikan <20 min. by car
This is a place where the government, prefectural government, and the village subsidize a project to train successors of "Kisuga's Bashofu," a traditional craft designated by the Minister of Economy, Trade, and Industry, and "Kisuga's Bashofu," an important intangible cultural asset designated by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology.
On the first floor, you can see the display and sale of Bashofu products and watch a VTR of the Bashofu production process.
Tar Waterfall <25 minutes by car>.
This is one of the largest waterfalls in Ogimi Village, with a drop of 15 meters. While enjoying a walk along the river, you can observe subtropical plants and come into direct contact with the nature of Yanbaru.
While climbing the river surrounded by rare tropical plants, you can feel the energy of nature all over your body and have a healing time that you cannot experience in your daily life.
Unggami (Sea God Festival)
This is a festival with a history of about 500 years to pray for a good harvest and good health and is held on the day of the first boar after the Bon Festival in the seven-bay areas of Tago, Yako, Shirahama, Oshikawa, and Ezu. The ritual is mainly performed by women, and the festival begins on the night before the festival with a prayer by the "Kaminchu" (goddesses) to welcome the visiting gods of Nirai Kanai. The main attraction of the festival is the Uganbari (rowing race). The sight of women welcoming the men who are waist-deep in seawater, beating drums, and rowing hard to reach the goal is breathtaking. In 1997, the festival was designated as an Important Intangible Folk Cultural Asset by the government in recognition of the devout and unchanged way in which the local people have passed it down.
Approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes from Naha Airport by car
-Parking is available on the premises <up to 5 cars. ＞There is a parking lot on the premises.
1) Japanese-style room: 4 futons
2) Western-style room:1 single bed, 2 futons