This is a single family home .There are no other houses in sight. The wetlands spread from the front yard, a home for wildlife such as red-crested crane and deer. You will enjoy the refreshing comfort of being right in the middle of the nature.
“This place is amazing. Located in the wetlands it is a magical place for birdwatching, or just relaxing on the couch. Hiro and Toshi's hospitality went above and beyond. We couldn't rent a car (because my husband didn't get his international driver's license), and Hiro helped us figure out to get to house by train, and then set up a driver and guide for a visit to Mt. Akan. Minako, who picked us up from the station and dropped us off again was also incredibly nice and made us feel at home. Beyond the location, the house is beautiful, with clear lines and large windows that open up to the wetlands. Two bedrooms upstairs have great views of the surrounding woods. The kitchen had a view of the wetlands, too. I had really hoped to see a crane, and we were lucky to see one, as well as a fox, lots of birds, and deer. If you have a car drive out to Cape Kiritappu for the sunset, it is pure magic. We had only three days but could have easily stayed a week. We very much hope to come back.”
“It was a very warm host and very good. Thank you very much.”
Hello.I live in Eeastern Hokkaido with my husband and a cat. This is a listing of the host resident type. It is not a private house charter. We have a room for guests. We can accommodate a maximum of 3 people. The guest room is on the second floor. Living room is shared space, so please take a rest in the living room. Our house is located near Nakashibetsu airport. It is easy access to Shiretoko National Park, Kushiro wetland National Park or Nemuro. I can show you around wild nature.
“We had a wonderful stay with Tomoko and Tomonori, who were warm and welcoming. Their house is very clean and comfortable. The "traditional" Japanese futon beds were super luxury versions, giving softness and support. Tomoko and Tomonori were extremely knowledgeable and enthusiastic hikers and were able to give us lots of advice. 7/100 top mountains of Japan are in Hokkaido, and 4 of them are reachable from Tomoko and Tomonori's house. We had planned for 4 in 4 days, but had to call it quits for the sake of our knees, after 3 of them! A wonderful place to stay, in a perfectly central position for all the hikes. Highly recommend! P.S. Goma was lovely, although a little shy!”