Number of Registered Facilities/Groups 91 (as of April 2024)
Number of Registered Facilities/Groups 91 (as of April 2024)

Learn about Nature,
Environment, History, and Culture

[Special Feature]
Introduction of Hands-on Experiences

Enjoy a rural residence surrounded by nature


An open-air Goemon bath next to the house. Split the firewood, fill the bath with water, then fire the wood to bring the water to a boil.

Nashi no Kihara is located in the neighboring town from the UNESCO World Heritage site "Iwami Ginzan." This mountain village is built on an elevated plateau, from which "Mt. Sanbe" featured in Izumo's land-dragging myth can be seen. Here, you can participate in hands-on activities that allow you to experience the rural way of life, such as picking seasonal vegetables and fruits. As the open-air bath is a Goemon bath, the firewood is made using a wood-splitting machine before the bath is filled with water and a fire is started to bring the water to a boil. Don't miss this rare experience of manually heating up the bath on your own! The Goemon bath will warm up the core of your body. At night, you can look up to the starry sky, take in the refreshing air, and listen to the sounds of birds and insects that will rejuvenate your mind.


If you know the secret, using the wood-splitting machine is easy!

From the veranda of your spacious room, you can enjoy a peaceful view of the surroundings, take in the crisp air, and rejuvenate your mind.

You can see Mt. Sanbe from the observation deck on the hill.