Guesthouse Kominka Eguchiya
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Eguchiya Guesthouse is located on the shores of Kasumigaura, the second largest lake in Japan. Guests are offered the opportunity to stay in a renovated 150-year-old wooden house with magnificent lakeside views with traditional Japanese scenery.
This guesthouse also has a rich history as a liquor store. Guests are served rice cooked in an old-fashioned wood furnace and offered fish from Lake Kasumigaura. The lodging facility offers wood-chopping workshops, pizza-making in a stone oven, and a sausage-making course.
The Tsukuba-Kasumigaura Ring-Ring Road is nearby, making Eguchiya Guesthouse convenient for cyclists. Come for a simple yet homey cultural experience here.
- 895-1 Saka, Kasumigaura City, Ibaraki
- By train: 20-minute drive from Kandatsu Station (JR Joban Line)
By car: 30-minute drive on the Tsuchiura Kita IC or Chiyoda Ishioka IC (Joban Expressway)
- TEL: 080-9095-7800
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