RoKu

A villa for experiencing the beauty of nature

Long ago, this building served as the local clinic for the town,
and has represented the foundations of the community’s wellbeing for many years.
Inside this villa, visitors are immediately welcomed by the central stone warehouse
made from a famous type of stone from the Hokuriku region known as Nikkaseki,
constructed by the master shrine carpenters and stoneworkers of Inami.
Inspired by architecture that highlights the strength of nature,
landscape gardener Arata Negishi has created
a design that stimulates an experience of nature
that flows through the garden and around the interior and exterior space of the location.
Rustic hibachi braziers and old roof tiles slip in and out of view
to remind visitors of the history of the location.

Long ago, this building served as the local clinic for the town, and has represented the foundations of the community’s wellbeing for many years

Inside this villa, visitors are immediately welcomed by the central stone warehouse made from a famous type of stone from the Hokuriku region known as Nikkaseki, constructed by the master shrine carpenters and stoneworkers of Inami.

Inspired by architecture that highlights the strength of nature, landscape gardener Arata Negishi has created a design that stimulates an experience of nature that flows through the garden and around the interior and exterior space of the location.

Rustic hibachi braziers and old roof tiles slip in and out of view to remind visitors of the history of the location.

Featured artisan


Arata Negishi

Gardener

Arata Negishi studied under Yoichi Fujikura at FUJIKURA Landscape Gardening Design Office in Tokyo after graduating from the Landscape Gardening Department of Toyama International College of Crafts & Arts. He has developed the techniques and an appreciation for designing natural gardens using natural plant life. He founded his own design office in 2018, and specializes in landscape gardening that follows the balance of the natural world as he creates private spaces for nature to bloom in both ordinary households and commercial facilities.

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General information


Standard rate : From 17,000 Yen / person (Rate for 2 people)
Child rate: 30% discount for children ages 3-12.
*Children under the age of 3 may stay free of charge when no additional beds or meals are required.

Accommodates : 5 people
Structure : Two-story wooden house
Floor area : 90.80㎡
Location : 1001 Yamami, Nanto-shi, Toyama
Parking : Free parking is available beside the villa.

Beds


1F bedroom : king-size bed × 1
1F theather room : extra bed (futon) × 1
2F bedroom : semi-double bed × 2

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Facilities


・Wi-Fi
・Western-style toilet
・Bathroom
・Refrigerator
・IH cooking stove
・Microwave oven
・Plates
・Electric pot

・Hair drier
・Laundry machine
・Stove (winter only)
・Projector
・4.0ch surround audio
・Google Chromecast

Amenities


・Bath towel
・Face towel
・Shampoo
・Rinse
・Body soap

・Pajamas
・Toothbrush
・Razor
・Tissue
・Slipper

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