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Private room in Kamaishi
A town of fishermen, a small house of walhousie living in two stones
I live with two brothers, a little walru oyazi born in Ryoishi Town, Kamaishi City, and Obahan, who loves cooking. My brother Wahl Oyaji is an alcoholic, socializing with people, and recently, he is a very popular florist. My sister's culinary lover, Obahan, is also a reliable obahan who enjoys a little alcohol, enjoys a conversation, and has recently earned a food hygiene license to serve authentic food. Both stones are fishing towns, close to the sea and mountains, making them a great place for nature lovers. You also have the right to fish, so you can provide seasonal seafood when the time is right. I hope to see you in the neighborhood because I live with my neighbors. Meals Prices do not include meals. Breakfast is available for 1000 yen and dinner for 2000 yen. If you are allergic to food, please contact us in advance if you cannot eat anything. About the transfer Please note about transfers (we may not be able to accommodate).
$32 per night
Private room in Kitakami-shi
Ryokan style. Japanese classic guesthouse
★Our guest house is in Kitakami city,to JR Kitakami St. 10 mins away.★It is not share house! You stay our house only your group .★In winter,30minutes by car to Geto Ski Resort. Our guest house is Ryokan style. It is very quiet place. You can sleep in a clean and quiet private room with a futon on the tatami mat. There is also a large space such as a kitchen,living room,bathroom. We don't provide meals. Free Wifi , Parking space available. No air conditioning. There is a fan heater .Thanks
$64 per night
Hotel room in Kamaishi
50 years old relaxing Ryokan run by local family
This is a Ryokan run by our family for over 50 years. I have inherited this ryokan from my aunt and uncle since they have no children. It was a very tough decision to inherit their business because the economy of our town was slowing down. Then, Tohoku Earthquake occurred on Mar 11th 2011. Our town was wiped out by tsunami. After tsunami, I decided to take over this ryokan to keep our family business, memory, and legacy. It's old, but it has a taste of our good-old Japanese atmosphere.
$38 per night
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