Kojimachi, Anan City, Tokushima Prefecture, which belongs to “Muroto Anan Kaigan National Park”. This villa is a privately rented villa in Cape Ikuta, the easternmost point of Shikoku. The view from the top of the hill overlooking the Awa Suigun port town and the Pacific Ocean is superb! The 8 tatami mat, 6 tatami mat room, 6 tatami mat room and 14 tatami mat room LDK are almost fully equipped with appliances, cooking utensils and tableware. Internet karaoke, Wi-Fi, Hulu, dtv are available free of charge. The bath and toilet have been renovated. The Japanese-style room, which is the bedroom, has introduced a new sense of safe and secure tatami mats with excellent cushioning that was first introduced in Japan by a local tatami craftsman. Please enjoy the actual feeling. You can enter and exit the wood deck from each room. There is a barbecue corner for large groups. Other external chairs and tables can also be borrowed free of charge. You can go to the beach in 5 minutes by car, 7-8 minutes to Iwata Onsen, 10 minutes to Cape Iwata. It takes about 20-30 minutes by car to nearby supermarkets and convenience stores, so it is recommended that you buy everything you need before you check in.
“It is a hidden gem! It was almost an hour drive from the Tokushima but as it's located at most east side of the island, it's a great spot to view the sun rise. The place is huge, enough spaces for 6 luggage and 6 futons. It also has a nice terrace where we chit chatted with some beer. The owners are friendly and we had a great chat. Too bad we didn't have time to explore the surroundings, apparently the place is known for fishing and surfing. Hopefully we have chance to come back and explore more.”
It is a spacious room with Japanese-style rooms. There is a limited amount of time, but you can cook using the kitchen. A 1-minute walk will take you to the supermarket. Lawson in 5 minutes on foot. Pubs, karaoke and a shot bar are also within walking distance. A woman can stay at ease even by one person. The owner runs a piano class and always spends time with a lot of children, so he is very welcome with children.
“It is a 20-second walk to family tourists of children with children who offer a large amount of dinner, which can not eat for children clearly, like a hotel or ryokan, add value and take a high price system. The self-catering of, and a public cafeteria "Tomiichi" 2 minutes on foot are not the best? I can eat slowly and not worrying at all. This was the perfect way to travel with a child like no other. Owners and parents are super friendly! ! Also, the morning walk in the field is just a pre-meal exercise.”
The hotel is hostel / guesthouse style accommodation. This is a shared dormitory room with 3 bunk beds (single mattress) and shared by up to 6 guests. Each bed has a reading light and outlet. The living room, kitchen, toilet and shower room can be shared with other guests. Hiwasa-cho, where this hotel is located, is a small town facing the Kaiyama River with a population of about 6,000. There are many activities to play with nature throughout the year. There is also a large number of eateries, and locals and migrants are now focusing on creating better cities, and there are more places to offer new shops and activities.
“The signage is very easy to understand and can arrive without hesitation. Inside was a clean, stylish and very relaxing space. The owner gave me lots of local information and was very kind. I also want to use it when I come to play near Hiwasa.”