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Reuse house with a free range poultry farm and beach house

Ishikawa
Family
Hot spring
Japanese Food
Japanese style house
Local traditional events
Mountain
Outdoor
Sea

We run a free range poultry farming in a rural by the sea in Kaga City, Ishikawa Prefecture. In spring and summer, my husband goes skin diving to catch natural seafood from the Japanese sea. There is a secluded ocean just a short distance from the house, and a beach house is open only in the summer.

We are doing a reuse house, a house that is like an experiment in living by making use of someone’s unneeded items.

3 Key Points

1Host’s introduction 
We live in a family of a couple in 30's, a 5 and 6 year old son, and a male cat. Wife, myself, was a backpacker in my twenties, traveling around like living at each spots in Japan and abroad.
2You can interact with people like this! 
We also accept agricultural volunteers, so you may share with many different people. There is also an open closet where everyone brings their clothes and you are free to use those clothing. There are also opportunities to interact with various interesting local people. Please come and experience a reuse house that brings someone's unneeded items to life, and a life of circulation.
3You can experience like this!
We run a free range poultry farm (all year round), skin diving fishing (spring and summer), and beach teahouse (summer only). You are also welcome to help with the circular agriculture (free range poultry farm and fields) and beach house! If you wish, you can also experience chicken and boar dismantling.

House Rule

允許 
Having friends over, Staying out or coming home late at night, Hosting friends over, Accepting pets, Outdoor smoking
Forbidden
No smoking allowed on the premises.
允許 
English: Beginner

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 2 reviews
Takaya
My first experience in rural place.

I had only lived in Tokyo all my life, and since I had a large amount of time off, I made the choice to "live in the countryside," which I had never experienced before. What the most impressive thins was that I experienced whole process of eating chickens from catch them to eatable. It was a valuable experience that allowed me to feel how we live once again. We also had many other experiences that brought us into contact with nature, such as fishing, picking up trash from beach, logging, and campfires. But the most enjoyable experience of all was that our host introduced us to many friends and we had a lot of drinking parties. I was able to learn a lot about the local area and once again feel the joy of connecting with people. They also had two children, so I was able to experience living with them. I thought it was comfortable that the atmosphere was different from that of Tokyo, as they did not ask for anything in return, but just wanted to have a good time together. They told us to "come as if you were at a relative's house," and in the end we really felt that way, and have been returning to Kaga ever since. I was introduced to all kinds of people by my hosts, they generously spent time with me, and they really treated me like family, which left the strongest impression on me.
(20's / Male / May / 1 month)

Yama
A Week Full of Activities

I participated wanting to learn about poultry farming and how to butcher chickens. In addition, I had the opportunity to learn games and table tennis from elementary school children, interact with local residents, and get involved in a regional revitalization event with university students who happened to be gathered. It was a week full of various experiences. I also learned about the concept of utilizing local resources for feeding chickens to produce eggs that are consumed locally. At gatherings with newcomers and locals, everyone was passionately pursuing their interests, which I found inspiring, and it made me want to live my life in a similar fashion. Thank you very much!

FAQ

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What payment methods are available?

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We basically accept credit card payment.

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What is included in the homestay fee?

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It’s included a fee for staying, for the service of insulting the manager, interviewing when you match, and tax. Some of the Host is included in food costs.

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How many days is the minimum stay? What is the minimum period of stay and how do the rates change depending on the stay?

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You can stay from minimum 4 nights and 5 days. Minimum stay differs from host to host, please check each host’s home page for details. Also it refers amount of per day per week. If you wish to stay in a homestay for more than one month, a daily fee will be added to the monthly amount.

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Is there a pick-up and drop-off service from the nearest station?

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For homestay residences that require transportation, the host will pick you up and drop you off. Details on pick-up and drop-off are listed in the “Location” section of each host’s page.

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When can I send a reservation request to the Homestay?

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Please send a request at least three months to three days before your desired stay dates. Highly recommend you send a request as early as possible, as reservations tend to increase before a month.

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How much will cost for the kids?

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Prices for preschool and elementary school students differ depending on the homestay. Please check the “Additional Fees” on each host’s page. If there is no indication of preschool and elementary school student rates in the “Additional Fees” section, the rates are the same as the general rates.

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Is it the same room if I’m staying with friends?

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It basically going to be the same room. Please check each host page for less expensive rates for two people. However, if two adults request separate rooms, the regular rate per person will be charged.