BathHouse Takarayu is useing the natural hot spring. I do not offer dinner.
“sotaro accommodation is a private room and access to a space that seems to be a family home, partially dedicated to welcoming guests. a sake shop next to the house and a public bath across the street in another family building, the future of which seems to hesitate on the side of a museum, complete the picture. everything seems fixed in a not so distant time but this obsolete charm will please any lover of nostalgic Japan! located at the end of the peninsula of noto, it will be motorized, and it is far, that's what we come to look for. walk to the beach and the very photogenic mitsuke-jima rock. Sotaro was very helpful and took the time to show us everything, plus some tips. nothing to say. we did not stay long enough for a more informed opinion.”
Noto is renovating a traditional house. The rocky sea is a 1-minute walk away. Walk about 10 minutes on the promenade and you will find Japan's oldest existing wooden lighthouse. The natural scenery you see when you walk there is stunning. Because it is a house outside the town, you don't have to worry about noise. Listen to your favorite music or indulge in reading. You can hear the sound of the waves, the birdsong, and the insects. I sometimes hear the car passing. There are stray cats here and there. Occasionally we see raccoon dogs, hakubishin, foxes and rabbits. Convenience stores and supermarkets are a 10-minute drive away. There are no shops nearby. The internet can be connected via Wi-Fi. One unit bus (shared). There is one washing machine in the dressing room (shared). There is one refrigerator in the lobby (shared). One TV in each room (terrestrial). A new kitchen was newly installed (shared).
“It was good to walk about 3 minutes to the sea where the purpose was to swim in the sea with 6 families. I think the sea will be from the middle grade of elementary school to swim in the rocks. Marine shoes with thick soles are better for rocks up to the water, not sandy beaches. Once you enter the sea, there is a large space surrounded by rocks, so you can swim safely without waves unless you go offshore. The inn stayed overnight and there was no kitchen, but there was a barbecue stove that could be used freely in front of the entrance. (I brought food, charcoal, and grilled net. He told me that there is no net.) Refrigerator (with freezer), microwave, washing machine, bath, water server with large plastic bottles on top (cold water and hot water). There are outlets, TVs, air conditioners, beds, and bars for washing laundry in each room). Put a plastic bag in a trash box of about 90 liters, There was also a box for separating and throwing away empty cans, so there was no need to take trash home. . The thing I think I should have next time is about a rice cooker (this time I cooked it in a pan over a barbecue charcoal fire. Please bring your own tableware. I wrote it for a long time, but the building is old as the picture shows, but the inside is clean and the futons are beautiful. Air conditioning works well and is comfortable. The owner and family were kind and I was very happy with the attention. I would like to use it again.”
Hello. My name is Yubo-tei. Opened in April 2019, this property is a renovated former villa located on the northernmost tip of the Noto Peninsula. This is an inn that can be reserved for a family or a group trip, and can be reserved for one group a day. The ocean view that spreads out of the entrance, the living room with a colonnade, the hearth in the middle, and the fireplace are designed to give you a taste. Forget about the hustle and bustle of the day and spend a relaxing time. Buy ingredients and BBQ is also good (barbecue stove is available). It is good to goolon under a Japanese-style room or a rim. Please enjoy each time.
“Literally up the hill from the Japan sea. A short walk to the ocean. The house is absolutely charming with all the amenities you'd want. The combination washer dryer actually got out clothes including jeans crisp and dry, which is an enormous deal in a country like Japan. There is air conditioning but it is limited to one room on the ground floor. This isn't an impediment however as the ocean breeze is cool at night and the sound of the waves comes in nicely in the upstairs rooms with the soft comfortable beds. If you drive here (and you do want to drive here) you may want to park your vehicle at the base of the driveway because it is steep! Absolutely would stay again. It was the most peaceful portion of our trip in Japan. Do be aware that the allure is that it is deep in the Japanese countryside, as such the closest grocery store is 15 minutes or so away by car. I would absolutely recommend the salt artisans just north on the main road, and the 300 year old Tokikuni house just south.”