Enquire about The Farmer’s House & Guest House
Yururiya and Tomariyanse

665 Nyudani, Asuka-mura, Takaichi-gun, Nara-ken 634-0125

Phone :
0744-54-2516
or 090-7103-6342
Email :
order@asuka-minpaku.com

Yururiya / Room, Rates

Check-in after 15:00 Check-out before 10:00
Closed Irregular holidays
Rates
One person
¥7,000(with dinner & breakfast)
Child (Under 12 years old)
¥4,000(with dinner & breakfast)

The payment is accepted Japanese cash only, not accepted credit-card.

About dishes We prepare the dishes which are used a lot of home-grown vegetables.
Depend on the season, you can have the special dish of wild boar meat, by the side of "Irori" , when you pay the extra ¥2,000 per one person.
Above rates are in Japanese Yen including Tax.
Facilities & Free services
  • Towels, bed sheets and a pillowcase will be provided for free charge.
  • Free Wi-Fi(Wireless Internet) is also available.
  • We offer the Farm Stay & Farm experience, feeling country life. (Need an extra charge)

    EX) Rice planting,Rice harvest, Seeding of vegetables and so on.
    If you know further more information, please let us know.

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Tomariyanse -Cozy House- / Room, Rates

Check-in after 15:00 Check-out before 10:00
Closed Irregular holidays
Rates (staying overnight without meals)
Dormitory : One person
¥3,800
Children (under 12-year-old) can not stay at a dorm
The Tiger Room (the folding screen of Tiger):One person
¥3,800
Private Room
One person
¥5,500
Two person
¥10,000
Three person
¥14,000
Four person
¥17,000
Five person
¥20,000

With child, please tell us, and have the consultation of the price.

One night, a ridge
We accept the consultation of the price and the order of dishes
(in the case of School trip, Job-training-camp etc..)

Above rates are for beds without meals in Japanese Yen including Tax.
The payment is accepted Japanese cash only, not accepted credit-card.

Facilities & Free services
  • Two Towels, bed sheets and a pillowcase will be provided for free charge.
  • You can use rental cycle ,hair dryer ,micro wave, and washing machine for free.
  • Free Wi-Fi (Wireless Internet) is also available.
  • We offer the Farm Stay & Farm experience, feeling country life. (Need an extra charge)

    EX) Rice planting,Rice harvest, Seeding of vegetables and so on.
    If you know further more information, please let us know.

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Experience rural Japan, only 40 minutes from Osaka.

Asuka is where the early Japanese nation took root, and its first permanent capital. Early luminaries of the Japanese nation built many temples here, some of the first in Japan. Today Asuka is rich with the legacy of that era. Its rural landscape of terraced rice fields, orchards, and traditional ‘kominka’ houses is also dotted with temples and burial mounds.

It nestles up against the foothills of the Kumano Mountains that rise to the south.
Come to Asuka and experience the heady mixture of clean air, good food, and the traditions of rural Japan.

terraced rice fields

Yururiya. Be charmed by an enchanting landscape.

Yururiya is located 15 minutes by car from Asuka station, in the mountain valley of Nyudani. The Era family moved here 8 years ago, and renovated a 150-year old traditional house.

The subject of a Japanese television program, the young couple did much of the renovation themselves, and today live there making a living by farming.

The Nyudani Valley (view from Yururiya)

Enjoy the four seasons of traditional countryside cuisine. The unique cloudy Asuka-nabe hotpot dish made with locally-grown vegetables, or Botan-nabe hotpot, made with wild boar hunted in the local mountains! In summer enjoy a barbecue outside with the local villagers, and hear firsthand about how the young couple assimilated themselves into the local community.

front of Yururiya

Local sightseeing

As the first permanent capital of Japan, Asuka has many historical sites and places of interest. The Ishibutai Kofun is a stone tumulus believed to the burial place of Soga no Umako, and built in the 7th century. Its giant stones resemble a stage and are said also to resemble a megalith. The Takamatsuzuka kofun tumulus has Japan's oldest wall painting (although this is not currently open to the public for restoration).

Asuka-temple has Japan's oldest statue of Buddha, where Prince Shotoku studied the newly introduced religion.

You can walk to the ‘saru-ishi’ (monkey stone), and ‘kame-ishi’ (tortoise stone), as well as other kofun burial mounds and temples, each of which was historically significant in the early Asuka Period. Do not forget to visit the terraced rice fields, which has been designated as one of the ‘100 most beautiful rice field landscapes in Japan’.

  • Ishibutai Kofun

    Ishibutai Kofun

  • Asuka-temple

    Asuka-temple

  • saru-ishi (monkey stone)

    saru-ishi (monkey stone)

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