It is a renovated room. Located in a quiet residential area, it is a 12-minute walk from TX Tsukuba Station and a 6-minute walk from the international conference center. There are restaurants, convenience stores, supermarkets and drug stores in 5 minutes on foot. It is a convenient location for guests with business in international conference center, University of Tsukuba, laboratories etc.
“Hitomi's appartement is very well located (especially for visitors who have a conference at the congress center next by - 6 mn walk). Well furnished, it is very clean and quiet. We particularly appreciated her help with our 2 years old child (bicycles / baby car). Japanese bath is always good after a working day and with a baby. Korean speaker are welcome.”
つくばセンターから約２ｋｍです。目の前に田園が広がり蓮沼川が流れ、その先には筑波山が望めます。木造で落ち着いたハウスです。１泊からロングステイも可能でスタッフが居ますので、周辺案内、料金等遠慮なくご相談ください。 宜しければ朝食(別料金)はいかがでしょうか、ぜひご相談ください。 ↓他にもお部屋をご用意しておりますのでご閲覧ください。 www.airbnb.jp/p/kasugahouse ※予約前のお問合せは↓「ホストに連絡」から問合せください。
“The darkest moments of these days were the time when the fireworks meeting was blocked on the road and the wrong way, but at the same time, the most moving thing was that the elderly at the late night still lit the lights for me, and the water in the room was burnt. He is very good at English, energetic and friendly, and seems to know simplified Chinese characters! The room is large, leisure or en route is a good choice.”
民泊「幸せの黄色いハンカチ」のまわりには何もありません。 あるのは春の新緑 夏の星空 秋の夕焼けに映える稲穂 冬の銀世界。 聞こえるのは風の音、雨の音、鳥のさえずりと草木の種のはぜる音。 香取神宮の里山が、あなたの心のほころびをほぐします。 一日一組限定です。素泊まり4.000円（朝食付き） 元居酒屋のオヤジの手料理 夕食付6.500円
“There's a concept in Japanese culture called "omotenashi" - it's usually translated as "hospitality," but in practice it refers to all the tiny details that come together to make a guest feel welcomed and cared for. At a typical ryokan, "omotenashi" is matching dishes, a nice fragrance on the way to the bath, the neatly folded yukata, and a cup of tea when you arrive - it's a lovely feeling, but each guest has more or less the same experience. From the moment we arrived at Yoji's place and saw the welcome sign with our names, I knew that we would find a different, more personalized kind of "omotenashi" here, and through many conversations, I learned that it's his goal to discover how to make each guest happy. That's why he only books one group at a time - it would compromise too much to try to accommodate more than one group of travelers who might have different tastes, preferences, and schedules. Whether you're traveling solo and looking for someone to share a beer and a nice meal with, as a group looking to learn about Japanese country life, or as a family looking for somewhere your young kids can burn up their energy and not worry about disturbing anyone, you'll find what you're looking for here. We stayed here for a few days after two weeks of a very intense, action-packed itinerary, and for me the highlight of the trip was a day when the weather was so bad there was nothing we could do but stay in, eating, drinking, and talking. Yoji took care of everything so I could relax and enjoy the beautiful setting, good company, and excellent cooking - he was a professional chef for decades and it shows. He taught my husband to make a taketombo "bamboo dragonfly" helicopter toy from scratch, and showed us into what our daughter called "Totoro's forest" in the woods around his house. Do make sure you fill out your profile and tell him a little bit about yourself, and make sure to make time to share a meal or two, Izakaya-style, which means allowing a few hours to leisurely eat, drink, and talk your way through an evening. And while Yoji is very relaxed and open to guests from all cultures, be sure to ask him about the customs for visiting a more typical ryokan if that's on your schedule so you'll be prepared for their stricter rules about slippers, shoes, baths, and all that.”