minshuku


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minshuku

(mɪnˈʃuːkuː)
n
a guesthouse
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The stretch through the Kiso Valley is the most picturesque, with traditional wooden villages and family-run Minshuku guesthouses to stay in, serving spectacular food.
The Group intends to acquire a small to mid-size traditional Japanese house with an annual revenue of approximately RMB6.0 million and convert it into a bed and breakfast guesthouse, also known as minshuku in Japan.
Conversations in every lesson are centered around various aspects of Japanese culture, including an introduction to festivals like Obon and to minshuku, cities like Kyoto and Tokyo, and encounters at various places like hospitals and restaurants.
While much of the Kumano Kodo is accessible by car or bus, our goal is to take in as much as possible by hiking, while sleeping in traditional ryokan (Japanese inns) and minshuku (family-run guesthouses).
T While much of the KUMANOK Kodo is accessible by car or bus, our goal is to take in as much as possible by hiking, while sleeping in traditional ryokan (Japanese inns) and minshuku (family-run guesthouses).
The 400-era Atago which celebrates god of fire in "Since I turned 40 - an important milestone in my life - I've been thinking a lot about my past and my future," Shizu explains to us over a picnic lunch of rolled sushi, hot tea and pickled salad, packed earlier for us by our minshuku hosts.
The 400-|era Atago which celebrates god of fire in "Since I turned 40 - an important milestone in my life - I've been thinking a lot about my past and my future," Shizu explains to us over a picnic lunch of rolled sushi, hot tea and pickled salad, packed earlier for us by our minshuku hosts.
The 400-year-|era Atago Shinto which celebrates god of fire in "Since I turned 40 - an important milestone in my life - I've been thinking a lot about my past and my future," Shizu explains to us over a picnic lunch of rolled sushi, hot tea and pickled salad, packed earlier for us by our minshuku hosts.
For help with booking an affordable stay, he recommended visiting the International Tourism Center of Japan and looking into minshuku, traditional guest houses that offer very simple but clean and inexpensive accommodations.
If you have a little more time, Taketomi Island has several minshuku (traditional guesthouses) that allows visitors to experience the quiet serenity of the island at night.
Your best bet for cheap accommodation - Tokyo is one of the world's most expensive cities - is probably to stay in a Minshuku, a series of small, family-run guesthouses.
Kazushi Yamamoto, managing director of the Tokyo-based company, said the network arranges for young people to work in farm households in depopulated areas, ''minshuku'' private inns and private households with physically handicapped people needing care.