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between the airport and Nagoya-2-

Private room in home
hosted by Rika
  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 shared bath
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Located halfway between Meitetsu Train Nagoya Station and Chubu International Airport, you can travel to both by train.The ride will take about 30-45 minutes. Wifi is available in the house.The private room is primarily a bedroom. The beds are semi-double, and the living room and dining room are common spaces for eating and chatting with other guests.

The space
We offer rooms (private rooms) in a typical Japanese house.This room is on the second floor and has a semi-double bed and can accommodate up to two people.In addition, there are three-sided mirrors and hanger racks with Japanese feelings.Wifi is also available. The shower room, toilet, and living/dining/kitchen on the ground floor are shared spaces.

Where you'll sleep

1 double bed
Common space
1 floor mattress

What this place offers

Hot tub
Air conditioning
Indoor fireplace
Hair dryer
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Where you’ll be

Tōkai-shi, Aichi-ken, Japan

Located on the scenic Chita Peninsula, it has developed by taking advantage of its good location adjacent to Nagoya City. The city's parks are also popular as walking roads. In addition, the Big Buddha in Kururakuen Park is famous as one of the largest in Japan, and after a tour, you can stop by the "Shiase Village" on the side to soak in the hot tub. In March and April, you can enjoy about 1,100 cherry blossoms of 7 kinds in Oike Park.During this period, there will also be a light-up,
and in May, the Heishu Festival will be held proud of the citizens of Tokai and featuring Dr. Hiraizu Hosoi, an Edo-era scholar.In August, there
is the Tokai Festival Fireworks Festival. Every about 5 minutes, Star Mine and Daze are launched. The great starmine of Chiaki is a sight to see!! The real Okinawan Eisa is also worth it!.
The Yokosuka Festival, held in September as a festival of Aihachi Shrine, and the Ota Festival, held in October as a festival of Omiya Shrine.Four large roller coasters, both weighing several tons, and Otsuko, are amongst the magnificent festivals weaving through the town's narrow alleys. The most important sight is the "Denden" that carries and rotates the wagon. Rotating the roller coaster over and over again is an incredible feat! The act of a teasing doll is also a part of the show.

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During your stay

It is not a famous tourist destination, but it is full of Japanese culture even in this place.
The host will offer the Big Buddha sightseeing, teahouse, and tea ceremony experience 3 days in advance.(All free) You can also have a healthy meal with your host.
It is not a famous tourist destination, but it is full of Japanese culture even in this place.
The host will offer the Big Buddha sightseeing, teahouse, and tea ceremony exper…
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Rated 4.83 out of 5 from 269 reviews.