This pleasant wooden house, with a large sunken fireplace and 10 massive pillars protecting it, was built by a temple carpenter for his family without using nails. Everything about this lodge exudes charm: the smell of the straw tatami mats, sunny veranda, orange lighting, wall clock, artisanal handmade indigo Japanese cushion, and hidden subterranean restaurant.
Suggested duration: 1h
|Costs||Male/Female Separate Dormitory: ¥3500|
|Access||Bus from Kamakura Station on the Yokosuka and Shonan-Shinjuku Lines. (Eastern Exit): Bus Platform #1. Board the Enoshima Electric Railway Bus bound for Fujisawa/Kikyoyama, disembark at the Kajiwarakuchi stop. Approximately a 1-minute walk from the Kajiwarakuchi bus stop.|