Luxury Japanese inn: Rent an entire kominka house built 400 years ago in the Sengoku Period
Operated by Tanaka Co Ltd, Shoya no Sato Kominka Tanaka, is a luxury ryokan inn built on a 1,000 tsubo (nearly 4,000 square meters) plot of land nestled in the idyllic countryside of Isumi City, Chiba Prefecture, and only available for exclusive rental by one party at a time.
While retaining the atmosphere of the former residence of the Seki family—the leader of which served as a retainer for the Toki Clan during the Sengoku (Warring States) period and as a regional headman during the Edo period—the house has been fully renovated in a modern style. In addition to the Japanese garden, there is a swimming pool, BBQ area, an open-air bath, and a campfire area on the lawn.
Renovation of the ancient former residence
The ancient former residence has been entirely renovated inside, leaving only its framework. The interior is furnished with beds and dining tables using only natural materials and is fully equipped with home appliances to accommodate long-term stays. Air conditioners and heaters with ventilation have also been installed in all rooms to provide comfort as well as protection from airborne viruses.
Indoor and outdoor baths are available
Kominka Tanaka uses water that has been pumped from an underground well and softened for use. It's great for your skin.