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Located in the heart of a small hamlet adjacent to the clear flowing waters of Yura river, Eisa cottage has a large wooden deck from which you can admire the surrounding landscape. The fragrant cedar wood bathtub is positioned under a thatched roof and has a fantastic view that you can enjoy while you bathe. This modernised farmhouse retains its rustic charm, though we have added new features such as a small bar and a wine cellar. You can also visit this cottage with your pet if you like which is rare in Japan. Anyone wanting a traditional experience in a luxurious mountain getaway is sure to be delighted with a stay at Eisa.

  • Sleeps 8 (can sleep 10 with extra futons)
  • Self service breakfast made from local produce
  • Highly recommended for families with children

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Meals

A simple self service breakfast is provided, this uses quality local ingredients such as Miyama milk, local bread, eggs, butter, Jam and cereal (not made locally).
Our cottages are in the deep countryside so there is nowhere nearby to buy food. Customers with a car can drive to the local markets to buy food, but we recommend you visit a shop and stock up before you come to Miyama. For visitors coming by train we can stop at a supermarket on the way from the train station to the cottage, our staff can help you find what you need.

We also provide sets of ingredients for a barbecue and other snacks, but these must be ordered at least 3 days before your arrive.

There are a number of options for eating out in Miyama but again there must be reserved in advance so please let us know your requirements well before you arrive.

DINNING OPTIONS