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Located in Okinoshima, KUSUBURUHOUSE is within a 15-minute drive of Oki Momo Dome and Rosokujima. Featured amenities include luggage storage, laundry facilities, and microwave in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Aki and Asami (the owners), are so amazing! They were kind, helpful, and friendly. They went out of their way to make me feel welcome and enjoy the island. The house is beautiful and very comfortable. Also, make sure you get the dinner! Aki is a great cook!!! :)
Pros: Good wifi, clean beds, quiet location, amazing atmosphere, great staff!!
Pros: I can safely say that my stay at Kusuburu House is one of the most special I’ve had in Japan, and maybe anywhere in the world. Aki and Asami are extraordinarily hospitable, and their home is truly wonderful. As an added bonus, I happened to stay on the night that a local restaurateur invited Aki and Asami to celebrate their marriage. In addition to enjoying a delicious feast, I felt like a member of the local community, even though no one had ever met me before. The only thing that could’ve made this stay special is if I had an extra day (or week!) to stay. Arigatou gozaimasu, my new friends!
Pros: Akihito is an absolutely stellar host! My friend and I came to Dogo Island for 1 night and 2 days over the weekend. We rented a car for the first afternoon of sightseeing (which I recommend) and after we returned it and got dinner with friends by the port, Akihito came to pick us up and bring us to the hostel. It's a beautiful historical home that has been re-finished very tastefully, and my friend and I really enjoyed chatting and drinking with our host in a mix of Japanese and English. Plus, the next morning, Akihito grilled up the fish he had caught the day before and made miso soup with seaweed he had harvested himself for a true ocean-to-table Japanese style breakfast. This was exactly the kind of hostel experience we were hoping for, and really gave us a taste of local life on the island. 10/10 would stay here again.
Pros: Akihito, the host, is very friendly and a good cook to boot! Also is very helpful during your stay and can give recommendations, etc. The guesthouse itself is also very unique and the experience feels more like a homestay than traveling. Thanks to him, I had a great trip :D
Pros: Our hosts, Aki and Asami, were super accommodating every minute of our stay! Aki drove us and picked us up in his car, the two made us delicious breakfasts and dinners, and they were just fun to be around! We even had access to free bicycle rentals!
Cons: I have no complaints about our stay. This was a wonderful trip!
Pros: Kusuburu House were absolute sweethearts to me! They were extremely helpful whenever I needed. The guesthouse in itself has a very family, friendly and relaxed vibe. The location is great, there is a nice beach 15mn by bike. I had an amazing experience there - highly recommend!!
Pros: Beautiful house: Japanese style but with modern twists and comfort, and extremely friendly people. The food was some of the most delicious I’ve ever had in japan. If I ever go back to the Oki Islands there’s no doubt I’ll stay there.
Pros: Nice tatami sleeping area. Beautiful surrounding neighbourhood, and close to local attractions (you can rent a bicycle for free). The shared area is a really nice place to relax, have a drink and talk to the owners and their friends. I really felt welcome, comfortable and relaxed here.
Situated in Ama, Guest House Nakamura features air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. Boasting luggage storage space, this property also provides guests with a restaurant. The rooms in the guest house are fitted with a kettle.
Pros: Hospitality, food and food.
Pros: Great food at cheap prices, chef tailored well for western pallete. Lovely area. Staff friendly and charismatic!
Pros: I had a minor personal crisis immediately before I checked in at Nakamura House, and the staff could not have been more supportive in helping me find a solution. Arigatou gozaimasu! As far as the accommodation itself, it is housed in a beautiful old two-story building, which juxtaposes eclectic pop-culture decoration in public areas with very traditional rooms. Both dinner (I had a “chef’s choice” smorgasbord washed down with lots of sake) and breakfast were delicious.
Cons: I realize this is a ryokan, but I was disappointed that there wasn’t at least one Western-style shower room within the property. The traditional Japanese bathroom is great for relaxing, but not really when you need to get ready in the morning. Also, while dinner was delicious and ultimately a good value considering how much I ate, I wish they had been more upfront about the cost. I didn’t have any inkling how much I had spent on food until I checked out the next morning.
Pros: I like the atmosphere, the food, and of course the staff here. They are so friendly and treat us very nice. Make us feel like home.