Here, your stay will feel like you’ve gone back to your hometown, and the experience will be much like living at your family home. Takyo Abeke is a samurai home built 230 years ago that was the home to a local official for the Iwami Ginzan Silver Mine. For over ten years, renovation work has been done on the house to make it a comfortable place for guests to experience real countryside living in Japan.
Dinner’s main dish is rice balls made from rice cooked with a kamado, a traditional Japanese wood stove, and you eat together with the owner of the house. Tadaima Katoke is a former samurai residence where guests rent the entire house, and the kitchen is available for use. Think of it as a place to enjoy just “being”, and enjoy your stay there with your family or that special someone.