The SpaceThe room you will stay in is usually used for my English lessons. It is decorated like a classroom, whiteboard, table, chairs, maps, etc. The room has a locking door. It is connected to the main part of the house via a few steps down and a hallway where you will find the toilet, laundry room and bathroom. Guest AccessYou can use the secondary entrance into the mini-kitchen, the small walk-in closet room, the classroom(where you will sleep), the toilet, laundry room and the bathroom. Interaction with GuestsWe will probably be home at the time of your visit. We can help advise you on places to visit, eat and so on. It is possible that we can hang out or show you around the area during your stay, but it depends on our schedule. I have taken most guests hiking and had a lot of fun together. The NeighborhoodShowa Village is a rural area with a lots of farms, rice fields, and other agriculture. We live on a quiet street with great views of the surrounding mountains. Our area is close to Oze, Akagi, Minakami, Nikko, Mt. Komochi, Kawaba Village, Numata City, and many other great places to see some great sights. Across the street from our house is Ichinokura soba shop. It's very popular and highly on food review sites such as tabelog. It's delicious and we go there often. It's not too expensive and the staff is friendly. Getting AroundThere is free parking at our house. The nearest train station is Iwamoto Station. It's about 5 minutes by car, or 30-35 minutes walking. The best way to get around this area is by car. There are also buses and taxis. Other Things to NoteWe have a small, friendly-but-loud dog. She loves people, but barks. Once she gets used to you, she will be your new best friend!