Information of our MINPAKU

Can see Amanohashidate from the Japanese-style space
Aiming to create an inn where you can feel at ease from the bottom of your heart

In April 2023, we opened a guest house in the Fuchu area of Miyazu City in northern Kyoto Prefecture.This area is also known as Kyoto of the Sea, and is home to Amanohashidate, one of the three most scenic spots in Japan, Tango Kokubunji Temple, and Seisoji Temple, the 28th temple in the western part of Japan,Kago-jinja Shrine, formerly the Ise Jingu Shrine, and has a history dating back about 2,000 years.
You can see the pine trees of Amanohashidate, the sea, the mountains, the plants and trees in the garden and the natural surroundings from the windows on three sides, and our inn is reserved for one couple only.
The two Japanese-style rooms and the veranda (13 tatami mats) are for guests only,
The bedding is made with the utmost care so that guests can sleep comfortably.
We have also provided a full range of amenities.
You will feel as if you are returning to your parents' home in the countryside. You only need a change of clothes in your bag,
It is an inn where you can come with peace of mind.


Lodging fees

Junior high school students and older 6,000 yen per night (tax included)
Elementary school student 3,000 yen per night (tax included)
Infant Free of charge (without bedding)

With bedding 3,000 yen per set (tax included)
Discount for those with a disability certificate and accompanying persons
Free parking
*Children are not allowed to use the parking lot alone.
*Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Hourly rental (meetings, cooking classes, clubs, etc.)
Rental hours: 11:00 - 14:00 / 1,000 yen per hour (tax included)
*Availability is limited to those 18 years of age or older.


Parking lot (free of charge)
Japanese-style room (6 tatami mats) bedding, pillows, air conditioner, zataku (table with a kotatsu, depending on the season), zabuton (Japanese cushion), and a hot/cold air conditioner
Japanese-style room (4.5 tatami mats) table, chair, TV, cell phone charger, extension cord, safe, first-aid kit, card games, picture books, books, vacuum cleaner, bucket, dust cloth
porch chair, table, wardrobe, hangers, iron, ironing board, sewing tools
kitchen Sink, induction stove, microwave, open toaster, kettle, refrigerator and freezer, dishes, water server, colander, bowl, knives, pots, pans, seasonings (salt, oil, pepper)
Bathroom Dryer
Bathroom Washer/dryer, hair dryer, bathtub, shower, changing basket, drying rack, fan
Others Free Wifi, Copy machine


Disposable toothbrushes, combs, razors, paper cups, drinks (coffee, latte, tea, Japanese tea, etc.), packaged rice, instant miso soup, body soap, shampoo and conditioner, hand soap, laundry detergent, cotton swabs, cotton puffs, instant noodles (for a number of people)

Thoughts of the Host

We want people like this to visit us.

We welcome those who want to enjoy the spectacular scenery of Amanohashidate, one of the three most scenic spots in Japan, and the boathouses of Ine.
When you want to reset, relax, or change your mind, don't you ever feel like "going somewhere on a trip"?
Why don't you visit "a space where you can borrow the power of nature and purify your tired mind" at such times?
Our goal is to create an inn that will help you feel at ease and energized.
If you have any worries or concerns and would like counseling, the innkeeper, who is a licensed clinical psychologist, will be happy to listen to what you have to say.

When I was involved with a child with disabilities in the past, I heard from a parent that "it is really hard to travel with a child with disabilities. I have witnessed the tension and exhaustion of having to keep an eye on a child with a disability for 24 hours a day. We strongly hope that such families will come to our MINPAKU.
We will give you a family discount if you bring your disability certificate.

Yasuko Hattori

 My parents were in business. It was a business that provided clothing for daily life, including drapery, clothing, bedding, and so on.
My father was adopted at an early age into the family business started by my great-grandfather during the Meiji and Taisho eras, and he became the third generation, but the family business was closed down around 1975 due to wars and disasters.
This tumultuous environment in the business has been my starting point.
 I myself have been involved with many people in the field of public service for 36 years as a school nurse and 10 years as a counselor. During these 46 years, I have thought about education and psychology, family, society, and life, together with children, parents, and those involved, and I have learned a lot.
 Now that I am in the latter half of my life, I thought I would like to have an opportunity to connect with society a little more and give back from what I have learned, to be involved with people, to connect with others, and to think about society and the economy as well.
 Just then, some space in my house became available and I decided to use it to start an overnight stay inn.
Three months have passed since then. My companion remodeled everything that could be done, including walls, sliding doors, and floors. The tatami mats were replaced by a tatami craftsman who is an acquaintance of mine. We chose the futon and cover with as much care as possible for a comfortable sleep. Since it was an existing space, it was inadequate, but my companion and I put our hearts and souls into it. The result is "Minpaku Amanohashidate".


March 2011 Retired after 36 years of experience as a school nurse teacher at elementary, high school, and support school
March 2013 Graduated from Naruto University of Education, Graduate School, Clinical Psychologist Course April 2013-March 2023: Worked as a community counselor, school counselor at elementary and junior high schools after obtaining a clinical psychologist, support for shut-ins, and counselor
April 2023: Opened a private accommodation, Ama no Hashidate


We will introduce activities that take advantage of Miyazu's rich natural features. How about experiencing them the day after or the day before visiting Amanohashidate and other famous places? We are sure your children will enjoy it as well.
*Some activities are not available depending on the season, so please feel free to ask the innkeeper for details.

Koji Seasoning Making Experience

You can experience making seasonings using koji, such as salt and soy sauce koji.
Why don't you experience making koji seasonings that are easy to make, good for your health, and make your food tastier at Seya Kura, a miso maker in the Seya area of Miyazu City that uses traditional methods and focuses on raw materials?

Bengara Dyeing Experience

This is a colorful experience in which you can dye eco-bags, drawstring handkerchiefs, hand towels, and other items that can be used right away on your trip to your own taste using bengara dye, which is derived from soil.

Hot Air Balloon Experience

Would you like to take a ride in a hot air balloon that you dreamed of as a child? The nature of Miyazu, the Sea of Japan, and Amanohashidate seen from the sky are spectacular!

Agricultural Experience

With the cooperation of nearby farmers, you can experience agriculture. How about experiencing seasonal foods, rice, and other things you cannot experience in the city, such as contact with the soil, to heal your mind and soul?

Wooden objects and toys

Wooden objects and toys handmade by the innkeeper's husband are available for sale.


Counseling by a host who is also a clinical psychologist is available for 3000 yen per hour (1500 yen for the first session).


305-6 Komatsu, Miyazu-shi, Kyoto-fu 629-2231 Japan

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