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We have no beds; use futons just like some time ago in the typical style of Japan.Kitchen: no oven, no microwave oven
Traditional Inn "Minshuku" (South Part)
Traditional Inn "Minshuku" (South Part)
4 tamu
2 kamar tidur
4 tempat tidur
1 kamar mandi bersama
4 tamu
2 kamar tidur
4 tempat tidur
1 kamar mandi bersama
Anda belum dikenakan biaya

We are close to JR Narai Station and a park in Narai, where there is a full of traditional Japanese constructional arts and culture. You’ll love my place if you are interested in the traditional Japanese style houses, the lifestyle, and the small town neighborhood.
It's recommended for couples, group travellers and solo adventurers.


We are located in Narai, a very well-preserved town that makes you feel you have time-traveled to 400 years ago. This place is owned by a lovely couple who likes chatting with the guests. Midori, the manager of Airbnb, is helping the owner couple and the local people communicate in English when needed.

Interaksi dengan tamu

The host will arrange to be available during your stay. Mainly because this post town Narai is not yet fully accustomed to non-Japanese visitors. Narai is a very pretty town, but if you only get to see the surface of it, your Narai trip will be over in two hours. To see what's underneath it, you would want someone from the area to show you around to fully enjoy the stay, especially if you speak little Japanese.
Once back inside the minshuku, the host offers support only when asked.

Hal lain yang perlu diperhatikan

This Minshuku has a kitchen, but there is no oven or microwave oven.
We have very steep staircases.

Available hands-on experience (reservation required for all):
- Zazen experience at one of the five Buddhism temples (+1,000 yen/person);
- Shabutsu (tracing a buddha drawing using a brush) at the temple (+1,500 yen/person);
- making chopsticks, a spoon, or a coaster (+2,000 yen/person); and
- other local events and workshops available at the time.

Kebutuhan dasar
Mesin cuci
Peraturan Rumah
Merokok tidak diperbolehkan
Tidak cocok untuk hewan peliharaan
Pesta atau acara tidak diperkenankan
Waktu check-in pukul 15:00 - 20:00
Check out sebelum pukul 10:00

Anda pun harus mengetahui
Harus menaiki tangga - We have a quite steep stair case of about 10 steps.

10 Ulasan

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Profil Pengguna Kevin
Juli 2017
Thank you so much for your warm and kind reception.

Profil Pengguna Yew Hong
Desember 2017
I can't think of a better Airbnb experience. This was not just a transaction, it was a great experience with great people and wonderful landscape (and history). Midori San was very quick with her responses and even alerted me that it was going to be cold in the area (end Nov). She made it a point to come down to Narai to meet me even though she doesn't live there. The place actually belongs to Uehara San, an old gentlemen who would remind a lot of people of their own grandfather. The house is Uehara San's childhood home and he comes down to clean it up from time to time. I don't really think he needs the money but he is very passionate about sharing his hometown with visitors. I stayed two nights so on the second day, I went hiking to Niekawa and Uehara San took the opportunity to go volunteer as a guide for a Japanese tour group visiting Narai. I'll leave you to find out more about the two of them (and how they are related) when you meet them (ask Uehara San about his photographs as well, they are hung all over the place and he won some photography competition as well). The place is easy to find - the photo on Airbnb shows a statue (if I'm not wrong, a Tanuki statue) in front of the door. It's very prominent along the Narai main street not far from the train station. When you get in through the door, look for a buzzer button on the right side and press it. Uehara San will come and get you from inside the house. The room I was given was a lovely one on the second floor overlooking the Narai Bridge (a beautiful semi-circular wooden bridge). A brook passes by the house near the room and even now I can hear it in my ears. Even though the house looks small from the entrance, it extends very far back - reminded me of my grandfather's pre-war house which was also built in a similar way. On my first night, Uehara San showed me the way to a restaurant (Matsunami Ya 松波屋, highly recommended, reopens at night after 5.30pm, search for "restaurants" in (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Map at Narai and it's the one near to the post office beside the "Old fire spotting tower"). Note that there are not many choices for dinner at night - ask Midori San for a list of them. Early breakfast (around 8am) is probably non-existent (I didn't really try, might be available if it were not winter time) so bring along some bread. On the day I was leaving, Uehara San invited me for coffee in the morning and while I was drinking the coffee, he made a toast for me and asked me to eat up. He was probably worried as I had told him I was going to do the Torii Pass and hike over to Yabuhara and decided I need some energy before...

Profil Pengguna Mia
November 2017
This was a truely special experience and now one of my favourite memories of Japan. Narai is a magical historic village and Midori was very thoughtful in helping to work out every detail from food to local history and interpreting with our host Uehara san. Uehara san was so lovely and despite the language barrier was very kind and respectful. This is a very special experience that will provide a unique insight to this amazing part of the world. I truely hope to go back!

Profil Pengguna Yichun
Oktober 2017
I had a great time in this old traditional house and Midori indeed provided an excellent host during my short stay in Narai. Uehara San kindly introduced the history of many ancient articles in the house which is interesting. I believe if I had more time there I could hear more stories from him. Our conversation was translated by Midori and thanks to her good English. I also had a dinner with Midori in a nearby small restaurant and we had a very funny talk during the dinner. She knows very well the little town and I really feel lucky to meet a host like her. The room is very clean and the house is located within walking distance from Narai station so very convenient. Another note, Uehara San is an expert in photograph and I like very much the picture he took for me. I highly recommend this place and if you stay here, don't forget to ask Uehara San to take a picture for you! You will like it!

Profil Pengguna Louen
Oktober 2017
It is a tidy and well located place in Narai, Midori San went her way to make us know about Narai in depth, and also made table reservation for us. Uehara San also a photographer, we had a bit of image conversation before we said farewell to each other.

Profil Pengguna Carin
September 2017
Geweldig! Leuk ontvangen door het Japanse echtpaar Uehara. Gastvrijheid ten top , ook door Midori. Zij heeft ons nog een rondleiding gegeven door het rustieke Narai. Heerlijk gegeten op aanraden van Midori tegenover het station! Als je de kans krijgt om hier te verblijven....DOEN!

Profil Pengguna Angelia
September 2017
Midori has been a great host and she is very well versed with the history of Narai-juku. She is very pleasant and has kindly shown me around the town. Mr Uehara, the owner of the minshuku, is also very pleasant and easygoing. He has made my stay very comfortable. Staying in Narai-juku is to experience the traditional houses made of wood and if you are a traveler who seeks for history and traditional culture, this will be the perfect place for you to soak in the surroundings.

Shiojiri, JepangBergabung sejak Juni 2016
Profil Pengguna Midori
I'm a native Japanese who studied abroad, came back after 8 years, only to find where I grew up is filled with subtle treasures that only few locals seem to notice. I missed out for 8 years, and all the years back when I just never noticed. So now I'm exploring the real local li…
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