築120年の古民家和室(8畳×2室)。1日1組4名まで（寝室3名+居間1名）。ベッドはありません(畳に布団)。座卓、座布団の純和風スタイル。襖を開けると16畳の広い空間。井草の薫る畳に寝転んで寛いでください。欄間のある高い天井、回り廊下、とても解放感があります。 日本の和式スタイルを楽しみたい人にはピッタリのお部屋。ご希望があれば、きものの着付けをはじめ、書道、茶道、華道に、将棋や囲碁といった日本文化に触れ、楽しむこともできます。 ご希望の方には、ワンコイン（500円）で朝食(ごはん、味噌汁、焼魚、納豆、漬物)をご用意します（現地にて現金精算）。 お車の場合、パーキングは3台まで可能です。
“Takako's home is a beautiful very old house where you feel like actually living in one of these ancient homes that you can visit as museum. Great experience though it was very hot when we stayed in Japan. Takako is a great host and made us wonderful Japanese breakfast.”
Steel frame construction 90㎡ 2nd floor 2LDK type of room house Maximum capacity ... ６ persons Separate balcony with bath Air-conditioned with Wi-Fi available You can not get up the stairs Living ... Floor heating · TV · sofa bed · exercise bike Bedroom ... 2 semi-double beds Japanese-style room ... futon 2 sets kitchen ... refrigerator, microwave, rice cooker, toaster, pan, pan, Tableware Toilet-heated toilet seat Others ... washing machine with drying function・Air bed 1.
“5 Stars of Yoshitoki's place. Lots of space, great location and perfect for our big family. He was quick to respond to our requests and was very understanding and helpful when we arrived late at night. We loved our stay.”
My beautiful house is available for you. My name is TOMO. I'm from Japan and I've been living in Tochigi for many years. I am fluent in Japanese,English fairly well. and korean and chinese to some extent.
“When you stay with Tomo, you will get an excellent host and tour guide in one package. I got to see the main attractions in the Nikko area, eat at some local places, learn about Japanese life, have great conversation, and eat such amazing Japanese breakfasts made by his mom. Tomo kindly refunded me a night after my trip was delayed by a day, when my flight disappeared unexpectedly from my itinerary. He was quick to respond to communication. While the location of his place isn't the closest to Nikko nor to the train station, he kindly picked me up from the bus station, drove me around all day for the price of gas, and dropped me off to the train station. He was so helpful and sent me the bus schedule from Narita airport, when I couldn't find it in my own internet search. I am glad that I got to try staying in a Japanese guest home. Being the end of winter, it was cold and the portable heater helped warm the living space. The shower was in the main house, but I could come and go without bothering anyone and made sure to not use it when his grandma needed it.”