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Organic Farm House Tomaryannse
Homestay
Asuka

Tomariyanse is a charming, traditional country house in the village of Asuka, near the Kintetsu Asuka train station.
This "Cozy House" was renovated into an accommodation after a series of chance encounters, from the original owners and the Era family, to Eileen, who currently runs the guesthouse. 
Eileen is a welcoming hostess, and passionate about organic foods, and rural living. 
The house itself is traditionally built featuring a lofty entrance with thick wooden beams darkened with age.
The two Japanese style guestrooms (Oyuma and Tiger screen) are divided by elegantly painted fusuma sliding doors.  The bath and toilet are located to the rear of the main building. 
The meals are lovingly made with local, fresh ingredients, sourcing (or growing their own) organic ingredients whenever possible.
Tomariyanse is a perfect base to enjoy a classic Japanese home and explore the historic village of Asuka.

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Yururiya Farmstay
Homestay
Asuka

Yururiya is a cordial home stay in the outer reaches of the historic Asuka village. 
The hospitable and adventurous Era family moved to this rustic 250 year old home to begin a new life based on the simpler aspects of life such as farming and community. 
The small settlement is perched on the side of a mountain high above the valley floor, making getting there half the fun!  The views are fantastic!

The mouthwatering homemade meals are based on their own organic vegetables and game meat from hunting.
The house is two stories, with a large loft-like area for guests to sleep.  A feature window offers views of the distant mountains is also popular with guests. 

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<p>Tomariyanse is a charming, traditional country house in the village of Asuka, near the Kintetsu Asuka train station. <br />This "Cozy House" was renovated into an accommodation after a series of chance encounters, from the original owners and the Era family, to Eileen, who currently runs the guesthouse.&nbsp; <br />Eileen is a welcoming hostess, and passionate about organic foods, and rural living.&nbsp; <br />The house itself is traditionally built featuring a lofty entrance with thick wooden beams darkened with age. <br />The two Japanese style guestrooms (Oyuma and Tiger screen) are divided by elegantly painted fusuma sliding doors.&nbsp; The bath and toilet are located to the rear of the main building.&nbsp; <br />The meals are lovingly made with local, fresh ingredients, sourcing (or growing their own) organic ingredients whenever possible. <br />Tomariyanse is a perfect base to enjoy a classic Japanese home and explore the historic village of Asuka.</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 258 False Organic Farm House Tomaryannse organic-farm-house-tomaryannse
<p>Yururiya is a cordial home stay in the outer reaches of the historic Asuka village.&nbsp; <br />The hospitable and adventurous Era family moved to this rustic 250 year old home to begin a new life based on the simpler aspects of life such as farming and community.&nbsp; <br />The small settlement is perched on the side of a mountain high above the valley floor, making getting there half the fun!&nbsp; The views are fantastic! <br /><br />The mouthwatering homemade meals are based on their own organic vegetables and game meat from hunting. <br />The house is two stories, with a large loft-like area for guests to sleep.&nbsp; A feature window offers views of the distant mountains is also popular with guests.&nbsp;</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 263 False Yururiya Farmstay yururiya-farmstay
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