Located on a small hill, this lodge is the perfect escape from the stress of city life. A stay at Mone House is a chance to awaken your senses from the expansive blue sky, birdsongs, singing insects, and crystal clear stars shining above. Barbeque can be done on the terrace, which has a fireplace during the winter months. The spacious open-plan living room is perfect for conversations or games among family and friends. Guests can also make use of a piano and guitar.
The owner of Mone House speaks excellent English, making it a wonderful choice for non-Japanese speakers who'd like to experience life in the countryside.
Mone house also offers seasonal hands-on farming experiences such as harvesting homegrown coriander, lettuce, arugula, cabbage, aubergine (eggplant), cherry tomatoes, and daikon radish!
- 2267-1 Fukuhara, Kasama City
- By public transport:20-minute walk from Fukuhara station on JR Mito Line.
- TEL: 080-6735-1316
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Located in central Mito City, Mimatsu Hotel is a convenient hub for business and leisure. The accommodation offers comfortable rooms to support guests in the business scene. There are two in-house restaurants: Western bar "Ginger" and Japanese restaurant "Bisai" Additionally, three banquet halls are on the premises. Mimatsu Hotel will provide a wide variety of rooms for any occasion.
This simple seaside hotel is known for its hot spring baths. The meals feature homegrown rice and vegetables alongside local fish from Oarai Seafood Market. Guests can also choose an Italian meal option served in the hotel's annex, Pension Celeb.
English-speaking staff is available, so there’s no need to worry about any communication issues during your beachside getaway.
The hotel’s natural hot spring contains sodium chloride. The soothing water is said to ease muscle and joint pain, bruises, sprains, mild burns, and alleviate perpetual coldness or chills.
Please note that guests staying at annex Pension Celeb also use hot spring baths.
Traditional Inns (Ryokan)
This stylish and relaxing outdoor resort is located on a mountain summit in the forest. Guests will be treated to a panoramic view of the star-filled sky as night falls.
In the evening, resort-goers can unwind at the outdoor bar or by the fireplace, all while glamping in comfortable cabins and tents. The word "ETOWA" means "Conversation," and we hope you listen to the soothing forest sounds. You can also enjoy local food on a private deck for an outdoor-style meal.
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