Accomodates up to 6 guests
Ohya is a Bukeyashiki-style mansion, which was originally a "Nagaya-mon" (gate-house) for a larger, higher-class Samurai estate dating back to the Edo period.
Given its origins as a "Nagaya-mon," this long, one-story Home directly faces the street, hiding a spacious, private back-yard featuring a well. Upon entering the Home, guests are welcomed by a high-ceiling room with a traditional sunken hearth set on an elevated wooden floor, which is surrounded by a "Doma"(traditional earthen floor) fitted with a modern kitchen built on top of a pre-existing "okudo-san"(traditional stove). The spacious living area, as well as the tatami-rooms, all open up towards the back-yard, which was once where the estate's main building stood.
Ohya is located along a street where koi fish swim alongside passersby, and is moments away from Obi-castle. If traveling by car, guests may park at the neighboring Kodama Distillery, a local Shochu maker.
Check-in informationRoom entry 3:00PMCheck out by 11:00AM
Check-in can be done anytime between 9:00AM- 3:00PM (Please contact in advance when checking-in after 3:00PM. However, please note that we may not be able to accommodate late check-in.)
2 Twin XL beds (Tuft & Needle Mattress)
1 Tatami room
Services & Amenities
Pots / pans
Plates, cups & utensils
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Once the center of a 51,000 “koku” fiefdom ruled by the Ito clan for close to three centuries, Obi is a quaint castle town with streets lined with samurai villas and merchant houses.
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Please check-in at the counter first to pick up your keys:
Kiraku Obi (Ohya)
8-1-48 Obi, Nichinan-shi, Miyazaki-ken, Japan, 889-2535Check-in Counter4-2-20-1 Obi, Nichinan-shi, Miyazaki-ken, Japan, 889-2535
Directions to the check-in counter
The easiest way to get to Obi is by car. If you are coming from Miyazaki airport, it is roughly a 60 min drive, and if you take the JR Nichinan Line from Miyazaki airport to Obi Station, it is roughly a 70min train ride.
The Check-in reception is located within the Komura Memorial Hall (国際交流センター小村記念館), which is approx. 20 min walk or 5 min drive from Obi Station. Parking for the Check-in location is available at the Obi Tourism Parking Lot (飫肥観光駐車場), which is a short walk from the Komura Memorial Hall.
Parking for 2 cars is also available at the Home.
Map of Kiraku Obi
Nearby Stations & Airports
Miyazaki Airport, Obi Station
Keep In Mindkeyboard_arrow_down
The Check-in reception is located within the Komura Memorial Hall (国際交流センター小村記念館). Please make sure to check-in at the Komura Memorial Hall first, before going to the Home.
Komura Memorial Hall: http://obijyo.com/shisetsu/komurakinenkan/
Komura Memorial Hall is approx. 20 min walk or 5 min drive from Obi Station. Parking for the Check-in location is available at the Obi Tourism Parking Lot (飫肥観光駐車場), which is a short walk from the Komura Memorial Hall.
Obi Tourism Parking Lot Map: https://goo.gl/maps/f2SVuj16J9v
Checking-in outside of Check-in hours
Check-in can be done anytime between 9:00AM- 3:00PM. If you intend to check-in after 3:00PM, upon filling out your booking information when making your booking, please make sure to indicate your expected arrival time as well as a phone number that we may contact on the day of your check-in in the "Late Check-in Information" field.
If there is a change in check-in time on the day of your arrival, please make sure to contact us at the following number 0987-25-1905 (9:00AM-5:00PM). Please note that we may contact the phone number that you provide on the day of check-in.
If you are staying more than one night, please note that Room Cleaning (Including Towel/Linen/Amenities change) will be done starting from the 3rd night of your stay, and every 2 nights thereafter.
Room rates for children Children under the age of 3 will not be charged.
Dining Please note that there food is not served at this Home.
Non-smoking Please note that this is a non-smoking Home.
Pets Please note that pets are not allowed in this Home.
Kiraku is commited to preserving and revitalizing traditional Japanese structures across Japan, as well as creating and maintaining the neccesary technology infrastructure for such an endeavor.