*日本語の説明は英語の説明の後にあります。Japanese follows after English.
Our house is a traditional Japanese house located in quiet Noda city, Japan. We are a 20 minute walk from the new Bujinkan Honbu Dojo. We have three rooms available for those interested in a traditional Japanese stay in a relaxed quiet environment.
* * * Instead of a booking request, please send me a message (inquiry) and tell me a little bit about yourself. I'm also happy to answer any questions. I look forward to hearing from you!
The house is a traditional Japanese house located in quiet Noda city, Japan. We have three rooms available for those interested in a traditional Japanese stay in a relaxed quiet environment.
- Full kitchen
- A futon/Bed
- Hair Dryer
- Iron and Iron Mat
- Air Conditioner
- Dining Table
- Toiletries (Shampoo, body soap, toothbrush with paste, lotion, conditioner)
Toegang voor gasten
When guests come to stay with us we do our best to make them feel right at home. Guests have access to all communal areas, such as living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom and garden.
Interactie met gasten
We love hosting and helping our guests have a wonderful experience in Noda city. We're always glad to provide recommendations, directions, help with reservations, etc. Just ask!
Guests are also welcome to join our Bujinkan classes, Junan Taiso classes and so on. There are several great restaurants within a 10 minute walk of our place.
Andere dingen waar je op moet letten
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
-No Smoking inside guest rooms (Smoking permitted in front of the building)
-No shoes allowed (slippers okay in the hallways, socks/bare feet on the tatami mats).
- About Tomoe
Tomoe is Yoga instructor and also practitioner of Japanese traditional martial arts, Bujinkan. She enjoy traveling around the world to train with the wonderful yogis and Martial artist.
It would be a pleasure to share my spacious house to everybody who likes Yoga and/or Martial arts!
- About Paul
Since 1994, Paul Masse, a native of the United States, has been living in Japan and training consistently two to three times a week directly with Grand Master Masaaki Hatsumi Sensei of the Bujinkan Martial Arts. This is surely one realization of the expression, 武風一貫, Bufu Ikkan or Devotion to the Martial Winds. Recently he has been traveling the world sharing his experiences of the martial arts as taught to him by the Grand Master.