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Nakaute hospitality team

Public house and sauna "Kumeya"

□Reservation status

□Address
・156-1, Ute, Mimasaka-shi, Okayama, 707-0204, Japan

□Accommodation information
・Up to 1 to 7 people
・Stay away
 One adult 3,000 yen/One Primary school student 2,500 yen/One Infant 2,000 yen
・Plan with sauna
 One person use Adult 6,000 yen
 2 persons Adult 4,750 yen / One person
 3 persons Adult 4,300 yen / One person
 4 persons Adult 4,125 yen / One person
 5 persons Adult 4,000 yen / One person
 6 people use Adult 3,900 yen / One person
 7 persons Adult 3,850 yen / One person

□Check in・Check out
・Check in / From 15:00
・Check out / Free

□Payment
・Local cash only

□Meals
・Kumeya does not offer meals.
・You can buy vegetables from the farmer around.
・Please contact us in advance if you would like to have an exchange meeting with people
 in the area.

□Equipment information
・There are 2 bedrooms (12 square meters Japanese-style room, 16 square meters
 Japanese-style room) sitting area, open hearth, kitchen, toilet, bath.
・Bath facilities (shampoo, rinse, body soap, hair dryer, bath towel, face towel)
・Storehouse is a sauna facility. It is available by prior reservation.
・Sleeps up to 7 people (we offer futons on tatami mats)
・Free WiFi
・Free parking
・No smoking in the hall

□Location
・Mimasaka IC from Tottori direction Okayama Prefectural Route 7
 30 minutes through ChizuKatsuta Line
・It is a small village surrounded by nature that opened in the valley.
・20 households and 30 people live.
・Nearby Tomsoya Adventure Village, equipped with a cottage village and athletic playground
 equipment. Ute young fish center where you can enjoy mountain stream fishing.
 There is a full-scale campsite Tsutani campsite.

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Nakaute hospitality team supports local exchange through experiences such as lodging, sauna, agriculture, woodworking, textiles
in Nakaute settlement in Mimasaka-shi, Okayama.