The name "FLOW" comes from the image of the natural wind that flows in this peaceful place surrounded by mountains and fields. As the name suggests, a nice breeze flows through the house.
～Corona Preventative Measures
We make every effort to ventilate the room as much as possible, including opening the windows.
Our hosts wear masks, disinfect their hands, gargle, and other health precautions.
This is an inn where you can "experience country life".
You can pick and eat vegetables grown in the fields at home, play with acorns in the mountains, and sleep together in mosquito nets at night.
You can see the scrolls in the tokonoma (alcove), the transom, and the small woodwork in the shoin (shoin) of an old-fashioned house.
Sit on the porch and listen to the wind that blows across the rice fields, listen to the frogs, and wake up in the morning to the sound of birds.
The rooms are 8 tatami mats (13m2) and 6 tatami mats(10m2) Japanese style rooms with a spacious veranda.
Try your hand helping with seasonal farm work in the farmhouse. Planting rice, harvesting rice, planting vegetable seedlings, and making shiitake mushrooms. You can feel the soil, breathe the clean air, and bask in the sun's rays, all of which will invigorate you. At Kinta Farm Belinet", you can enjoy picking strawberries in the spring, peonies flowers, sweet grapes in the fall. Use the fruits you picked to make a traditional Japanese sweet, Daifuku, and enjoy a cup of tea.
Eat a delicious home-cooked meal that consists of seasonal jams made from tomatoes and carrots, tempura of seasonal vegetables and wildflowers, and other seasonal ingredients that only a farmer can prepare.
Recommended cooking experience: Making Kakuzushi, a popular local food.
This sushi is made with ingredients such as burdock, carrots, and other ingredients wrapped in sushi rice and pressed out in a wooden frame in the shape of a horn. It is a delightful dish for celebratory occasions. It will be served as a dinner menu.
Recommended cooking experience 2: Making Daifuku, a traditional Japanese sweet, with seasonal fruits.
Experience making a daifuku with seasonal fruits such as strawberries, grapes, bananas, and mandarin oranges.
Breakfast: Common area 7:00-9:00
For those with allergies, please contact us in advance.
Please bring your own drinks.
There is a convenience store within walking distance.
There is a local supermarket "Kinuya" about 5 minutes away by car.
Please spend your time relaxing while enjoying the relaxed atmosphere of the countryside.
Within 10 minutes by car, there lies the "Mimata Onsen", a beautiful hot spring that is said to be of the best quality in Japan and is characterized by its thick texture, and the "Yuya Onsen", the source of alkaline ion water "Kinjo no Hana".
Kenborough Handmade Ham Studio Gengoro" is a good place for a walk. Their handmade hams and sausages made from locally grown Kenborough Fuyo pork without preservatives are very popular as a souvenir.
Hamada City has a thriving fishing industry facing the Sea of Japan, and many fish such as "nodoguro", "angler", "flounder" and "horse mackerel" is landed at Hamada Fishing Port, where you can enjoy seafood.
Among them, Hamada is one of the largest producers of salted and dried flatfish in Japan. Hamada's famous "dried flounder" is especially delicious with great fat content. It is also appreciated as a souvenir.
It takes about 25 minutes by car to get to Hamada Fishing Port and one of the best beaches in the prefecture.
At Kanagi Western Riding Park, an accessible horse riding farm, you can try pulling a horse, riding a horse, and taking pictures with the horses.
At "Yume no Oto-mura Mori no Kouminkan", which is 3 minutes away on foot, you can experience building a 7-meter tall tree house, the largest and most popular tree house in the prefecture.
Iwami Kagura, a traditional Japanese heritage-certified performing art, is a must-see event to watch.
In autumn, regular performances of Iwami Kagura are held at Mimata Onsen. (Saturdays and Sundays before holidays from September to December)
In the long autumn night, you can soak in Mimata Onsen and enjoy Iwami Kagura (Japanese traditional music and dance) performed by Kinjo Town's Kagura group.
The tradition of Ishu-hangami, a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Japan, has been passed down and preserved. You can experience and observe the handmade paper making process.
Families with children can also enjoy swimming in summer. There are popular beaches (25 minutes by car), such as the Iwami Seaside Park Swimming Beach and Aquas Aquarium, Kokufu Swimming Beach, and Tanoura Swimming Beach.
From the owner
In 1995, I visited Europe as part of a green tourism overseas training program and stayed in a renovated cattle barn and other rooms, experiencing the lifestyle of the land and interacting with its people. I wanted to be able to welcome guests and interact with them without leaving the countryside, so I started the homestay service to enjoy new encounters, including welcoming foreign guests.
Although their stay may be short, we hope they can spend a relaxing time in the countryside, surrounded by nature and experiencing country life.
Property Type: Farmers' homestay
Type of experience: farming experience, cooking experience
Owner's hobbies: gardening and playing the "ocarina"
Recommended experiences: digging for bamboo shoots, digging for potatoes, picking wild vegetables, and harvesting vegetables.
＜If you are coming by JR
Nearest Station/ Bus Stop: JR Hamada Station
From the station, drive approximately 9km on Route 186, turn left onto Route 41, about 4km, turn right onto Route 5, and then
Turn right before the police station and go a little further, the house is on the right.
Please contact us for a pick-up.
＜If you are coming by car
It takes 3 minutes by car from the Kaneshiro PA Smart IC on the Hamada Expressway. From Asahi IC, take Prefectural Road No.5 to Kinjo Town. Turn left at the small signboard to the site. It's 8km from the Asahi IC and 10 minutes by car.
Amenities: Bath towels, shampoo, body soap, soap, hairdryer (please bring your own). Don't forget your toiletries and pajamas)
The rates are per person per night and include breakfast and dinner.
Children between the ages of 6 and 12 years old are charged the same price as adults.
Golden Week (April 25 to May 10)
Bon Festival (Aug. 10 - Aug. 15)
Year-end and New Year's holidays (Dec. 25 to Jan. 10)
Please contact us for details.
Phone hours: 9:00-20:00
Parking: Free, up to 10 cars
Request from the owner
We don't have a key to the bedroom. You are responsible for your valuables.
Please keep your valuables safe.
Please refrain from entering your private residence.
We make every effort to ventilate the rooms as much as possible, including opening windows, and we have air purifiers in place.
Hosts wear masks, disinfect their hands, take their temperature, and gargle.
Total Two Rooms :
1) Japanse Style
Up to 3 guest (13m2)
2) Japanee Style
Up to 3 guest (10m2)