Youth hostel by the sea with a family atmosphere in the village famous for mandarin oranges. A small YH converted from a country farmhouse. The owner cultivates oranges. Oranges are available except in mid summer. Relax as in your own home, and enjoy tatami room.

Enjoy also walking around rows of old houses in this district designated as historical buildings.

1-minute walk to the beach with beautiful sunset. Enjoy marine sports at the beach, such as walking, swimming and sea kayaking.

Warm climate with not much snow. Enjoy sightseeing, walking, cycling, etc. even in winter.


Internet access (ADSL), PC may be used for free.
TV room,
Bed light,
Feather quilt,
Floor heater,
Laundry facilities: 100 JPY each for washer and dryer,
Shampoo and rinse,
Hair dryer,
Yukata (100 JPY),
Soap and body soap,
Microwave oven,
Water cooler,
Delivery service

What travellers think

Best for

  • Nature-lovers
  • Sightseeing
  • Food-lovers
  • Culture

Green rating



The staff is friendly and helpful. The food is amazing! I can recommend the breakfast and also the diner. The description of the hostel is not exact though. There is no orange orchard next to the hostel, but about 1km far. The 3 places are for foreigners, but there is also few rooms only for locals. The place is not good for sleeping without ear plugs. Noise is going through the rooms, sleeping on futon means to get shaking to your body everytime someone is going next to the room for toilet.


Avatar for Martin


Mon 18 May 2015

a delightful little place right in the middle of coastal village, very close (~50meters) to the sea, even a little beach close by. Nice little walk up into the orange/mandarin orchards from right next to the beach area. About 2.5km from train station (easy and inexpensive taxi ride, about 700 yen). Japanese style or western style rooms available, also japanese bath/hot-tub and a good japanese breakfast (toast& jam also available) for a reasonable price (about 50-600 yen).


Avatar for dagmar


Fri 24 Apr 2015