Popular houses for rent in Japan

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houses for rent in Japan
houses for rent in Japan

Have you ever wanted to explore the unique and very traditional Japanese culture? One of the best ways to do so is by traveling around the country and staying in scenic villages. If you’re looking for some rural Japan, this list will be perfect for you as we’ve compiled ten of our favorite houses in order.

1. History-Laden “Green Tea House”

Located in a small mountain village called Itakura, this house is made entirely of wood, the traditional way. In contrast to the lush green that surrounds it and the cherry blossoms that decorate it in Spring, this house will take you back to an era of old Japan as it was built during the 1880s. The house features tatami flooring and a stunning stone hearth for use in winter. It can host up to four people comfortably and makes for a great country getaway!

2. House overlooking Lake Chuzenji

This amazing house is located on Lake Chuzenji and it’s one of the most beautiful spots in Japan. The house can accommodate up to three people, so you’ll have plenty of space for you and your family or friends to enjoy. The lake serves as a great backdrop for a meal and the surrounding area offers incomparable views of the lake and mountains. It’s an ideal place to enjoy, relax and unwind during your stay!

3. House in the Countryside

If you’re searching for a peaceful and secluded house, this is the one for you. It’s located in an inland village that’s away from all the other buildings, so it feels like you’re in a completely different world. The house features tatami flooring and a stunning stone hearth for use in winter. A large garden surrounds the house and it has two bedrooms so that you can stay overnight with your family and friends or just relax by the fireplace.

4. House from 16th century

This is one amazing house that you would expect to find in the top villages in Japan. The house was relocated to this very village in the 1980s and restored to its original look with two small rooms. You can reserve it by making a reservation directly with the house owner or with the host’s family. It features tatami flooring and a stunning stone hearth for use in winter.

5. House from the 16th century

This is another house from the 16th century that you would expect to see in the best villages in Japan. Of course, it was restored to its original look and has two small rooms, but it’s a great place to relax and enjoy nature. The house is located in a mountain village called Ginzan, so you’ll feel like you’re living in another world with all the greenery surrounding it. You can reserve this house by making a reservation directly with the house owner or with the host’s family. It features tatami flooring and a stunning stone hearth for use in winter. For more informtation about this house, click here https://www.villagehouse.jp/en/rent/kanto/kanagawa/.

6. Traditional house in Shikoku Island

This house is located on the Southwestern island of Shikoku and features a Japanese garden, traditional Japanese tatami flooring and stunning stone hearth for use in winter. The host of the house is an artist that paints in the traditional water-based style known as sumi-e. You can call or send him an email to arrange a meeting, which he will be more than happy to do!

9. House overlooking Mount Fuji

This house overlooks Mount Fuji, so you’ll be able to see several waterfalls and the mountain itself from the windows. It’s a simple, but beautiful house with tatami flooring and a stunning stone hearth for use in winter. It has two bedrooms so that you can stay overnight with your family or friends or just relax by the fireplace. This is one of our favorite houses on this list as it’s located in an inland village called Mogami which offers plenty of things to do during your stay!

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