The SpaceWe are super host rank, Please try charm authentic Japanese homestay!
In private buildings of total floor area 200 square meters our the hospitality.
Comfortable and can stay if much six people when it comes.
Guests stay is third floor, host will sleep on the second floor.
Therefore guests privacy is protected. Guest AccessThe bath will Yes prepared body soap and shampoo Towel, and the like.
Guests Internet Wi-Fi, parking and kitchen, bath, fully automatic washing and drying machine, laundry pole, balcony, room with a refrigerator, living room, guest can use TV, piano, guitar,trumpet, drum, Batting practice machine,big tablet game,internet-karaoke,freely. Interaction with GuestsMeaning that the "airbnb" We are because of the international exchange opportunities and making the English proficiency of the family. My family is the sons of elementary school and kindergarten children and wife. English level of the sons is a child Eiken bronze and tertiary Eiken.
We are in the international exchange purposes of sons of kindergarten and elementary school, I need your help by a person who can interact in English.
We will try to get to stay with peace of mind to guest anyway.
We are looking forward to guest.
Showichi and Family The NeighborhoodFrom the World famous Michelin Green GuideShikoku, one of the four islands that comprise Japan, may be the least populous, but it is far from the least interesting. Cut off and isolated for many years, it has remained unspoiled and is home to a host of picturesque temples and villages which are protected by Japan’s highest mountains. The northern part of the island, hemmed by waters that bear a striking likeness to the Mediterranean, is the site of some of Japan’s most exquisite gardens (Ritsurin-koen is a masterpiece of the Edo period) and bath houses at Dogo Onsen (east of Matsuyama) and of Takamatsu, the genuine gateway into Shikoku and the Japanese capital of bonsais. Its mild climate is particularly suited to citrus fruits, peaches and even olives. The warm, fish-filled waters of the Pacific Ocean, perfect for swimming, lap the coast of the southern half of the island, blissfully preserved from tourism. A mountain range, which climbs to a height of 1,982 m, cuts across the centre and is ideal for outdoor sports such as hiking and climbing. This authentic, unjustly ignored island is the ideal place to get acquainted with Japan: lush green paddy fields, remote fishing villages, strings of secluded islets (many of which don’t have a name) and a local cuisine in which fresh fish, served in sashimi, takes pride of place. All in all, it is a landscape that would be quite at home in a cartoon by Hayao Miyazaki, the best-selling creator of Princess Mononoke. Getting AroundYou can also be come walk from Takamatsu Station.
In addition, convenient transportation to move is 1 meter position by taxi.
From Takamatsu Airport can be moved conveniently to Takamatsu Station by limousine bus. Other Things to NotePlease Stay more than 2 persons, and please a family or couple or woman foreigner guest.