A 3 minute drive (10~15 minute walk) from Takamatsu Station, the apartment is next to a traditional style bath house and close to the beach, a bowling alley, and many tasty shops (ramen, udon, okonomiyaki, etc.)
From the apartment, you can go to Sunport, catch a ferry to Naoshima or other art islands, catch the JR or Kotoden trains, or rent a bicycle (100 yen/6 hours, 200 yen/24 hours) and explore local sights such as Ritsurin Garden and Mt. Yashima.
When you book with us, you get a private apartment on the first floor of a 2-story house. It has a living room, bedroom, and big, beautiful kitchen. The shower and toilet are not private, but my wife and I are rarely at the house.
There is a double bed and 3 futon sets accommodating up to 5 people.
The bathroom and shower are shared with my wife and me living on the second floor, although we have a second location where we stay for half the week.
The apartment is clean, spacious, and in one of the coolest, traditional neighborhoods of Takamatsu called Setouchi-cho, home to the rare itadaki-san (fresh fish vendors on bicycle.) We also have videos on YouTube explaining how to get to the house so access is very easy.
Nearby, you will find a sento (public bath), supermarkets, convenience store, bowling alley, many ma&pa type restaurants, a park, and countless traditional streets to wander.
One point guests should be aware of is that there are train tracks near the house and you can hear the train sometimes.
Serveis i zones comuns
Guests have access to everything on the first floor of the house. The kitchen, living room, and bedroom are private, while the bathroom and shower are shared.
Interacció amb els hostes
My wife or I are always available via phone or message if we're not in the house.
Altres aspectes destacables
Children under 1 are free to stay, children 9 years old and younger are half price (when 3 or more guests.)
- No additional guests for dinners/parties/etc. without prior confirmation
- Quiet after 10pm
I love music, photography, and cycling.
I have lived in Kagawa, Japan since 2006 and speak English and Japanese.
I recommend Kagawa to anyone who wants to see a hidden treasure of Japan, which is off the beaten path.