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Nostalgic one-storied wooden hilltop house.
A one-bedroom with a kitchen-dining room.
Can enjoy sea view from nearby & activity.( kayak, Fishing etc...)
Kamakura→30min / Tokyo →70min, by car.
1 compact car parking includes.

The space
Accommodates: 4
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 4
Check In: Anytime after 1PM
Check Out: 12PM (noon)
Room type: Entire home/flat


Cleaning Fee: 11
Security Deposit: 73
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31 Reviews

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Matt & Momo User Profile
August 2016
Noriko was a great host full of little local hints and suggestions. We are a family of five and this was the perfect place for us, we could put the kids to sleep then enjoy a bit of privacy in the kitchen/dining. The place is a classic old bungalow that Iv rarely seen in Japan. I highly recommend this if you're looking for a little getaway from Tokyo or travelling to around in the car. It's just far enough away from the crowds but close enough to all the beaches and shops.

B User Profile
June 2016
This is the perfect getaway. An older home up in a hilly, quiet neighborhood. The house is older, quaint, and has just about everything you need for a quick beach vacation. The house and property reminded me of the older beach homes you find on the remote islands of the Bahamas. Bring bug spray, or utilize the bug spray the host provides. The drive up to the house is a very steep incline, but I and my 2.5 year old had no problem walking up and down for our daily adventures to the beach, restaurants, etc. Sajima park and surrounding area are an easy walk with lots of restaurants. Several beaches are within walking distance, and each is unique. Noriko was a gracious, helpful, and attentive host. She made the trip truly enjoyable. I highly recommend this place for a quick getaway!

Cornelius User ProfileCornelius is a superhost.
April 2016
Noriko is a great host, helpful, with great communication skills. Her house is very quiet & clean, located in charming area, on the top of a seaside hill. I would recommend this place with no hesitation.

Visun User Profile
September 2015
We had a really nice stay in Noriko's house. Perfect for a countryside break near the sea, the house is on the top of a hill, peaceful. Noriko was a perfect host, she met us at the bus station and drove us to the house and introduced all the facilities. She's living in the house nearby and is always available to help (like, showing her impressive spider catching skills for frightened city girls ;)). She's really willing to show the places she likes in the area and introduced us to nice beaches and restaurants. There are no supermarkets in the area and the grocery stores close quite early (except for one conbini at 15 min walk), but Noriko always offered to give a ride to the supermarket. And because our schedule matched, she even gave us a ride to Kamakura!

Nicolas User Profile
August 2015
Noriko was a great host for us. The place was just what we were looking for: relaxed sea site in a beautiful area. Also we could even go for a short hiking ending on the beach.

Mark User Profile
August 2015
I recommend this location to anyone, families, burned out Tokyoites, tourists who want a real Japanese fishing village experience, and this is a big one people with pets! Noriko made us feel like extended family or Ohana in Hawaiian terms. The house was just as described but more spacious than I expected from the pictures, nestled on a wooded lot in a very small and nostalgic neighborhood on top of a hill. There was plenty of room for my wife 8 year old daughter and Boston Terrier pup. Noriko and the neighbors are committed to keeping the neighborhood unpolluted by new development. Many have mentioned about the hill and I would say yes it is a very steep hill but my 8 year old can walk up and down and it was good exercise. A car or scooter would be helpful especially if you have very small children or have any physical issues. But really we just planned our trips up and down more carefully and so many times Noriko gave us rides to the grocery story and local beaches. We shipped our luggage because we had no car. We stayed for a week and Noriko adjusted her work schedule to not only shuttle us here and there but play the role of tour guide with suggestions and tips on where to go and eat and stopping by with little treats like her homemade jam and bread from a local bakery and gifts for my daughter, and joined us for summer kids fireworks but we always had the privacy we wanted on this trip. Things to do: Sajima: There is a very small beach withing 5 minutes if you just need a half hour. There is also Akiya beach which is about 15 minutes away and is much larger and is connected to Tateishi park a picturesque standing rock with Fuji in the background on a clear day. There are a few restaurants in this area and a convenience store and fishing spots, can BBQ on the beach. There is a Marina area with a restaurants and a small museum sea life exploration area. Kids and adults can catch and release sea life, collect shells and learn about local sea life. A 10 minute bus ride away (but Noriko gave us a ride twice) is Ishiki Kaigan, another beach, home to the Emperor's summer home, beach bars in summer right on the beach with live concerts and good eats, a grocery store, park,fishing spots and garden, BBQ on beach. Beyond the area is a great little aquarium Noriko suggested that allows dogs, and many other beaches and coastal areas best reached by car but also with a little planning by bus. Overall we wanted a nostalgic beach town experience to get away from Tokyo as a family to build lasting memories that wasn't so far away and had just enough to do but not a tourist trap. We got all that and a home away from home and new friend...

Kiyomi Lucie User Profile
July 2015
Amazing place to stay at. From the second we got off the bus, Noriko was there to greet us and give us a quick ride back to the house. Beautiful little town and view, Noriko's hospitality and help with things to do around Sajima was exceptional. Her home is highly recomended!

Yokosuka, JapanJoined in October 2012
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