Enjoy a Stay in a Traditional Japanese Style House – cominca FUROSEN

Spectacular views of paddy terraces from renovated traditional housing in a hidden valley of Hiroshima

FUROSEN welcomes you to a nearly 100-year-old traditional Japanese-style home (kominka in Japanese), located in Shobara, a hidden village in Hiroshima Prefecture, where legends say hermits used to live. Renovated to suit modern travelers’ needs, but with its traditional architecture and spirit lovingly preserved, FUROSEN is a perfect place for a peaceful stay amidst breathtaking natural scenery and a stunning view of rice paddy terraces.

The house offers one bedroom and two classic tatami rooms, along with a full-scale kitchen and dining room, a living area where family and friends can spend a quality time together, and a veranda to relax and fully relish the privacy of the surrounding nature in any of the beautiful four seasons of the year. Finally, refresh yourself in a comfortably modernized bath before taking in a luxurious garden view under the starry night sky.

FUROSEN offers guests the chance to leave a hectic life behind and come to a place of nature and tradition where time stands still. Don’t worry, however—free WiFi means that you’ll be able to connect with the outside world if necessary. A stay in this pastoral setting can be yours just a 75-minute drive from Hiroshima Airport (95 minutes from Hiroshima Station).

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