Experience Japan’s good old days.
Nakaya is an accommodation which used to be a farmer’s house, called kominka.
What better way to feel the essence of the old Japan than by visiting Nakaya.
Located in a tranquil village near Mt. Fuji, this 150 years old farmhouse is the perfect place for witnessing the true beauty of untouched Japan as it once was.
Making soba noodles, bamboo crafts and writing Japanese calligraphy in the authentic Japanese accommodation. Sitting on tatami mats, using traditional implements and having a taste of different culture.
It’s something worth experiencing.
This is our treasure which has remained unchanged to this days. You can enjoy robatayaki over an irori, a kind of barbecue, at Nakaya. The charcoal fire gives a special flavor to ingredients such as fresh fish, vegetables and so on. After grilling, just add some salt and soy sauce on, then taste these simple yet, exquisite foods.
What does the 150-year-old house have?
There is some traditional equipment such as an irori, an umaya etc.. in Nakaya.
Our hospitality to the guests is also the traditional way that old Japanese would do. It differs from what hotels do these days. However, we take care of our guests with a warm heart.
It’s close to Mt.Fuji and about 2 hours by bus from Tokyo. It’s good to drop by during your travel between Tokyo and Kyoto. It’s good to come to Nakaya if you are fed up with crowds.
There are many sakura viewing spots near Nakaya. We are now preparing for the Special Sakura Page.