Oki Olive Guesthouse near Takamatsu Airport
The chair that you sit in the dining room is the "Conoid Chair" made by the world-famous woodworking designer George Nakashima. It is the gentle light of Isamu Noguchi's "AKARI" that illuminates it. It's not extravagant, but it's a relaxing time surrounded by a calm Japanese garden.
The bedroom has an open-air bath overlooking the vast thyme garden. The soft hot water drawn from underground water is very comfortable, and the far-infrared effect of the Iga-yaki bathtub is very comfortable, so you won't feel cold even in winter.
Dinner (extra charge of 12,000 yen) is an innovative French full-course meal made by the host himself. Fresh ingredients from the Seto Inland Sea are used with olive oil to maximize the flavor of the ingredients. For breakfast (extra charge of 2,500 yen), you can enjoy delicious Japanese cuisine served on a lacquered table.
The highlight is the magnificent view of the olive farm on the small hill next to the guest house. Lunch and drinks at the garden cafe surrounded by 1,500 trees, listening to the chirping of birds and the sounds of insects in the shade of the olive trees. You can completely free your mind by taking a walk. Interacting with friends from all over the world is one of the pleasures here. The warm feelings of olives transcend language barriers and melt together.