As I mentioned earlier, when I went to Kyushu I stayed at THE ã‚¹ãƒŠãƒ•ã‚ãƒ³ã‚º (Snufkinz), in Kumamoto, ä¸åç”º (Nakajicho).
Where the heck is that you ask?
I wanted to take a vacation to a really country place, and as I previously described, my friend was going there. I tagged along.
The guesthouse is owned by Dai-san and Mika-san, and they were great hosts. The guest house is very simple, with a couple dorms, a kitchen, and dining area, a living room, a bathroom, shower, and nice wood deck. I swiped the layout from their webpage.
What did we do? We basically used it as a base during the day for travel around the area, and hung out together all night until bedtime. The Japanese was flowing pretty fast and furiously, so I probably only caught about 10 percent of the conversation, but I knew when to smile and when to frown.
If you are ever traveling around Kumamoto, make sure you spend a night at THE ã‚¹ãƒŠãƒ•ã‚ãƒ³ã‚º, Iâ€™m sure you will enjoy it.
Some exterior shots of the house and surroundings.
Details inside and outside.
Enjoying breakfast together.
Ongoing barn renovations.