“Yunzi's B & B is great! I gave a lot of travel advice before arriving, and came to the station to pick us up after we arrived. We were a group of five people and two cars! The homestay is great, the design is very warm, the stay is very happy, a barbecue restaurant nearby is delicious, Yunzi also helped to set a seat and introduce the features! 1954 Bakery tasted at Yunzi's recommendation, great! Plan to go again next time!”
There is a word "leaf hide" from old for Saga. Saga Nabeshima clan sister of Hizen country·Yamamoto Chika is the teaching of the source of Bushido. Everyday efforts and staring firmly at the place you are currently. It is contents such as importance of filial piety and cherishing delicate care and consideration. We will aim to be a guest house that communicates the "goodness" of Saga as a base where people of Saga and the world travelers visiting Saga interact while making use of the teachings sung in Saga in the middle Edo period, to the lives and work of modern times . In the spring of 2017 I was born as the first dormitory type guest house in Saga prefecture. It is handcrafted and warm inn, performing work such as wall painting with friends with DIY. Please feel free to contact us.
“Just two or three minutes away from Saga Station, the decoration is particularly stylish, all aspects are meticulous and considerate, the owner is also very good, whether it is as a transit or intend to play deep, it is recommended, strongly recommended and room, are the tatami scent and exquisite The shackles are separated. awesome! If you like to drink, you can go to the bar counter to have a drink. In short, it is really a very good house.”
PORTA NOVA is old and renovated Japanese style villa. It remains traditional construction like bare and curved wooden beam. You can feel Japanese style life. Located in downtown of saga city. JR Saga Sta. is for about 7min. by walk. Fukuoka international airport is for about 70 min. by train or bus. Saga airport is for about 25 min. by bus. Check-in: 15:00~19:00 Check-out: ~11:00 Wi-Fi and Laundry Free 7 min. to 24H Convenience store
“This is the oldest, most characteristic and best airbnb I have ever lived in Japan. The landlord Mr. Eguchi was super nice. He took the trouble to answer my various questions before travelling, and enthusiastically sent me maps of all the places I need to go in Saga. Thank you so much! Porta Nova is a ten-minute walk from Saga Train Station, and next to it is the super delicious Murakaya Dorayaki (and Yamaki) Honpo. The location is very convenient but not off the street, and it is quiet. It is important to note that shoes are forbidden throughout the house. The feet on the wooden and tatami floor will be a bit cold in winter, reminding everyone that if you go in winter, it is best to bring a thicker non-slip socks. The house has an induction cooker, a small cooking pot and a small frying pan, as well as a full set of dishes and electric kettles, which can be used to make simple meals. You can also borrow rice cookers from the landlord in advance. There is no range hood, so it's best not to do anything with too much fume. Fortunately, there are microwave ovens and small ovens, which are very convenient. The seasoning includes oil, salt, and soy sauce. Other seasonings can be bought at a nearby supermarket and walk for about 5 minutes. kotatu (Oven table? I don't know how to translate) is the highlight! Stretching your legs under a thick, soft, warm and lazy table is a real treat! Highly recommended! Fantastic Japanese traditional house experience! The host, Mr. Kenjiro, is super nice and helpful to always answer my tons of questions in time, send me all kinds of maps I needed for my travel in advance. He also helped me prepare a rice cooker, besides the electric stove, a pot, a fry pan and all other kitchen ware. So we could enjoy warm homemade dinners in winter (by the way, Japanese rice and marble Saga beef were stunning delicious!). Many big fat thanks! The location is close to Saga station, in walking distance. Nearby there is a traditional Japanese sweets shop Muraokaya (My daughter and I really loved their dora-yaki red bean paste filled cake). It's pretty much the city center, so walking distance to department store, super markets, drug stores and all things. The only thing you need to pay attention, is that shops close pretty early, and some shops and service close in national holidays, so do your search in advance. The house floor is made of wood and tatami, elegant and classy. It's required to be bare foot in the whole house. So better bring your own warm socks in winter. The Kotatsu (heater-in-short-table) is something you must try! Stretch your legs inside the cozy table cloth, chill out, drink some sake, you will know what heaven is. Highly recommend!”