Accomodates up to 6 guests
Ohya is a Bukeyashiki-style mansion, which was originally a "Nagaya-mon" (gate-house) for a larger, higher-class Samurai estate dating back to the Edo period.
Given its origins as a "Nagaya-mon," this long, one-story Home directly faces the street, hiding a spacious, private back-yard featuring a well. Upon entering the Home, guests are welcomed by a high-ceiling room with a traditional sunken hearth set on an elevated wooden floor, which is surrounded by a "Doma"(traditional earthen floor) fitted with a modern kitchen built on top of a pre-existing "okudo-san"(traditional stove). The spacious living area, as well as the tatami-rooms, all open up towards the back-yard, which was once where the estate's main building stood.
Ohya is located along a street where koi fish swim alongside passersby, and is moments away from Obi-castle. If traveling by car, guests may park at Ito-tei, the restaurant found across the street from Ohya.
8-1-48 Obi, Nichinan-shi, Miyazaki-ken, Japan, 889-2535
Check-in & Check-outCheck in 3:00PM - 9:00PMCheck out by 11:00AM
Beds2 Single beds (Simmons mattress)4 Futons
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