Experience the presence of the building and the atmosphere of the farmhouse.
Daily life of ima-ya
In the calm daily life of ima-ya, Hens play in the garden, and humans plow the soil and dogs digging holes in the field next to them. there are various creatures that are busy moving around, and listening to the voices of birds and insects from the cedar forest of Kannondo.
poster girl TEN
Rural guest house
The area has only one push-button traffic light and even no railroad crossings or footbridges. There are ima-ya in the center of the countryside where storks live in the rice fields and foxes and deers live in the forest.
view from the back hill
old pot for cooking rice
garlic and onion
A century old folk house
The main house is a building with a thatched roof that was dismantled from a historic mansion and moved to its current location in 1931. The beams and pillars are made of thick and large lumber that is said to be unobtainable today. In addition to the main house, the 1,400-square-meter grounds include annexe, a soil made storehouse, a farming hut, two warehouses, two wells, and a fire prevention water tank.