A view of our home and village while ascending Mt. Jubu.A wonderful little walking trail right by our home
Teafield Guesthouse in Kyoto
Hosted by Michael
Michael is the host.Michael is a superhost.
8 guests
3 bedrooms
8 beds
2 baths
8 guests
3 bedrooms
8 beds
2 baths
Please set the number of adults.
Please set the number of children.
Ages 2 - 12
Please set the number of infants.
Under 2
8 guests maximum. Infants don’t count toward the number of guests.
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Come and stay at our lovely home nestled into the tea fields. Enjoy complete relaxation and breathtaking views from almost every corner. Your stay in this historical tea village will most definitely be the highlight of your trip to Japan.

The space

Welcome to Wazuka! Not only a beautiful countryside village, but also the Cradle of Japanese Tea.

Guest access

You will have access to your clean and cozy room, with windows or doorway to enjoy viewing the incredible nature and tea fields nearby. You also have access to most spaces on the 1st floor including the toilet, bathroom (bathtub and shower), and dining room, If you have any questions, please ask.

Interaction with guests

In most cases, at least one of us (my wife or I) will be at the guesthouse. We love interacting with guests, and are eager to make your stay worthwhile. When possible, we will be glad to assist you during your stay including offering suggestions about fun things to do or answering questions you may have about the guesthouse, town, or getting around. And, our young daughters probably will have questions for you as well ;).

Free parking on premises

Extra people ₹4771 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee ₹1789
Weekly Discount: 15%
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
3 floor mattresses
Bedroom 2
3 floor mattresses
Bedroom 3
2 floor mattresses

House Rules
No smoking
Check in is anytime after 4PM
Check out by 10AM

★No-smoking inside the house or on the property.
★Please take off your shoes at the entrance.
★Please turn the air conditioner or heater off when you leave the house.
★Please don't pull your suitcase on the tatami mats. They are very delicate. There is a space in your room to keep the suitcase on the tiled floor or in the closet.
★Washing machine can be used upon request.
★ The kitchen is basically off-limits. However, we can provide space in the fridge or cabinet to store drinks and/or snacks.


Safety features
Smoke detector
First aid kit

1 night minimum stay

33 Reviews

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Tonmoy User Profile
November 2015
Airbnb is about interactions with people. And that's exactly what we got while staying with Michael and Ikuko, our warm and generous hosts along with their adorable daughters. We got late reaching the nearby station, missing the last bus, and Ikuko was there with her car for us. And her meals, a dinner and breakfasts were simply amazing. We loved every moment we spent at their place and in pretty Wazuka. And we can't wait to go back.

Marc Goulart User Profile
October 2017
Great place to stay in beautiful quiet village of Wazuka. The hosts and the place are wonderful. The house is super comfortable, the room impecable, and the breakfast delicious. Plus warm reception and great conversation! I highly recommend.

Edward User Profile
August 2017
Wazuka is exceedingly beautiful and Michael, Ikuko, Olivia and Margey are superb hosts. The property is beautifully decorated, calm and very comfortable. Make sure you have dinner there as Ikuko is a fabulous cook!

Kyle User Profile
July 2017
The Blodges are a really sweet couple and have an interesting story. This was a nice haven from busy Tokyo and had a wonderful view from the bedroom into the garden and beyond tot he tea fields. They taught me so much about tea and even gave me my very own personal tea tasting of the local tea. Michael took me to meet one of the farmers. I would stay again.

Joyce User Profile
June 2017
Michael & Ikuko' s place is very nice and clean. They are so welcoming and made us feel like part of their family. They picked us up and dropped us off at the bus station as well as showing us what to do around the town. The communication was excellent and it's very helpful for us to plan our first trip to Japan. The hospitality is amazing and they truly went above and beyond to make our visit a memorable one. Our children really enjoyed being with Margie and Olivia. They played like they had been knowing each other for a long time. We really enjoyed our stay and hope to come back again.

Taija User Profile
April 2017
Michael and his family were extremely welcoming, and their house beautiful! My wife and I spend three nights at the Blodge Lodge in mid-Spring, and it was wonderful! Ikuko's cooking was amazing– local ingredients, unique recipes infused with local ingredients, etc, etc. Our room was very spacious and comfortable. The location is a short walk away from several small shops and places to eat. It's at the top of a rise, with amazing views of mountains and tea-fields. All in all, beautiful home and wonderful, friendly hosts who constantly went the extra mile (kilometer?) to make our experience special. Highly recommended!

Helle User Profile
April 2017
I went to Wazuka because I wanted to see where and how the green tea is growing. Staying with Michael and Ikuko and there children was such a great experience, great to get an slice of life in a small town in Japan. There house is surrounded by tea field, and there children showed me around., going for walks with me , which was fun, and so trusting, like being an old friend of the house. There hospitality was amazing, food and helpfulness was on spot. Firstly had to change my booking, an that was no problem. I also book a tea tour with them, and were taken up the mountain to see the steep tea fields, the drive gave some beautiful views, and it was great to see before going back to the house for tea tasting of many different tea's that is being produced in Wazuka, and it was great , so I highly recommend doing this tour. I spend 2 night here , but would like have like to spend at least one more night here. Wazuka and Michel and family is great.

Wazuka, JapanJoined in May 2013
Michael User ProfileMichael is a superhost.

Hi! I'm originally from suburban Chicago, but have now lived in Japan for several years.

Here is the story. At the age of 20 I traveled the world with the international student group Up With People. Following that program, I came to Japan to visit a friend from that group. On that trip, I fell in love with this wonderful girl, and we have been together ever since.

We have traveled the world together and have lived in many places over the years. Our favorite thing has been getting to know people wherever we go. Sharing meals, sharing time, and sharing stories together.

And now, we have moved to a picturesque countryside village of 4000 people with an 800-year-old history of tea growing. The Cradle of Japanese Tea.

Wazuka is filled with beautiful tea fields, rice fields, and mountains, and even better great people. It truly feels like being in a different world, like living in in a simpler time. And yet, we are just a short drive to Nara City, Kyoto, and Osaka

My wife and I have chosen to settle in this amazing place with our two young daughters. And, we really hope to welcome you with our open hearts, our home-cooked meals, friendly conversation, and top-notch hospitality.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Michael, Ikuko, Olivia, and Margaret

Languages: English, 日本語
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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