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.
Check-in informationRoom entry 3:00PM - 5:00PMCheck out by 11:00AM
Check-in can be done anytime between 9:00AM- 3:00PM (Please contact in advance when checking-in after 3:00PM. However, please note that we may not be able to accommodate late check-in.)
1 Tatami room
Services & Amenities
Shampoo / Conditioner
Pots / pans
Plates, cups & utensils
About the Neighborhoodkeyboard_arrow_down
Once the center of a 51,000 “koku” fiefdom ruled by the Ito clan for close to three centuries, Obi is a quaint castle town with streets lined with samurai villas and merchant houses.
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Please check-in at the counter first to pick up your keys:
Kiraku Obi Ohya
8-1-48 Obi, Nichinan-shi, Miyazaki-ken, Japan, 889-2535Check-in Counter4-2-20-1 Obi, Nichinan-shi, Miyazaki-ken, Japan, 889-2535
Directions to the check-in counter
The easiest way to get to Obi is by car. If you are coming from Miyazaki airport, it is roughly a 60 min drive, and if you take the JR Nichinan Line from Miyazaki airport to Obi Station, it is roughly a 70min train ride.
The Check-in reception is located within the Komura Memorial Hall (国際交流センター小村記念館), which is approx. 20 min walk or 5 min drive from Obi Station. Parking for the Check-in location is available at the Obi Tourism Parking Lot (飫肥観光駐車場), which is a short walk from the Komura Memorial Hall.
Parking for 2 cars is also available at the Home.
Map of Kiraku Obi
Nearby Stations & Airports
Miyazaki Airport, Obi Station
Keep In Mindkeyboard_arrow_down
The Check-in reception is located within the Komura Memorial Hall (国際交流センター小村記念館). Please make sure to check-in at the Komura Memorial Hall first, before going to the Home.
Komura Memorial Hall: http://obijyo.com/shisetsu/komurakinenkan/
Komura Memorial Hall is approx. 20 min walk or 5 min drive from Obi Station. Parking for the Check-in location is available at the Obi Tourism Parking Lot (飫肥観光駐車場), which is a short walk from the Komura Memorial Hall.
Obi Tourism Parking Lot Map: https://goo.gl/maps/f2SVuj16J9v
Checking-in outside of Check-in hours
Check-in can be done anytime between 9:00AM- 3:00PM. If you intend to check-in after 3:00PM, upon filling out your booking information when making your booking, please make sure to indicate your expected arrival time as well as a phone number that we may contact on the day of your check-in in the "Late Check-in Information" field.
If there is a change in check-in time on the day of your arrival, please make sure to contact us at the following number 0987-25-1905 (9:00AM-5:00PM). Please note that we may contact the phone number that you provide on the day of check-in.
If you are staying more than one night, please note that Room Cleaning (Including Towel/Linen/Amenities change) will be done starting from the 3rd night of your stay, and every 2 nights thereafter.
Room rates for children Children under the age of 3 will not be charged.
Dining Please note that there food is not served at this Home.
Non-smoking Please note that this is a non-smoking Home.
Pets Please note that pets are not allowed in this Home.
"Kiraku" was established to provide travelers a means of experiencing an assortment of undiscovered destinations by staying at a spectrum of traditional Japanese homes, while offering a solution to preserve and revitalize traditional structures across Japan.