Miyama is a remote, rural area in the mountains of Kyoto. The area is famous for its traditional, thatched roof farmhouses. One of the houses, Hanabusa, has a history of 150 years. It is the oldest thatched roof house in Japan, registered as a site of cultural heritage.
Away from the packed trains and convenience stores, the pace of life is slow and deeply intertwined with the changing seasons. We invite you to take a few days to unwind and get in touch with the roots of Japans ancient "Satoyama" culture.
Year of Foundation
|No. 1||Hanabusa||150 years ago||10 people|
|No.2||KAYA Villa||2013||5 people|
|No.3||Mitoya||150 years ago||7 people|
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