Discover your sensation
Listen to the evening calm. A forgotten emotion tells you something.
Touch the night air. Time to catch a little light found in the margins of tranquility.
Play by the waves. Before you know it, your boundaries melt away.
The scent of a sudden rain. Distant memories and landscapes give color to the moment.
Weaving with the island's nature and the five senses, this is a journey into your own daily life.
Evoke your senses and rediscover everyday life.
When I was exposed to the magnificent nature of northern Ishigaki Island and immersed myself in the lives of the people who live there, I felt a sense of comfort that was both foreign and familiar.
I felt a sense of comfort that was both somehow exotic and at the same time like home.
It is this realization that travel is not about consuming scheduled, extraordinary experiences, but rather about the circulation of experiences and small discoveries that are an extension of daily life.
We thought it was an experience that would circulate in our daily lives and rediscover our own senses.
MEGURU , as an intermediary of the experience of being in touch with nature on the island, will bring awareness to our daily lives by evoking the "original senses," the senses that each of us has.
Nestled in the midst of immaculate nature and a small village.
MEGURU was renovated from a former pension building. Inspired by the changing landscape of Yaeyama, the architectural space is designed to stimulate the senses with a primitive experience in a minimalist setting with a sense of materiality.
Receive something from the tactile space.
The minimalist composition of fundamental materials such as wood, steel, and concrete creates a blank space in which visitors can feel the subtle nature of the Yaeyama landscape, the sounds of the environment, and the shifting of wind and waves.
The blue sea of Ishigaki stretches beyond the paths of the village and the sugar cane fields, where you can watch the island's life and the ever-changing ebb and flow of the sea and its colors.
Things that accompany you in your daily life.
MEGURU｜The amenities and fixtures in the guest rooms are designed to avoid environmental impact as much as possible, and are daily necessities that will live on even after the guests have become consumers.
The items are selected not only for use in one's own life, but also as gifts to be given to loved ones, so they are not simply consumed.
MEGURU｜We have positioned the brands that provide amenities and equipment for our tours as "Life style Partners," companions in our daily lives, and have introduced simple designs that can be used repeatedly and that take root in our daily lives.
Kakimori stationery that expands the pleasure and joy of writing
Writing letters. Writing is the act of spelling out your thoughts. It is precisely because we now have a medium that makes it easy to send letters to people that it has become an act of elegance.
Kakimori's dipping pens and original "MEGURU|Tsugi" inks, which are created from the changing colors of the islands, offer the joy and charm of writing.
Encountering Sound and Environment with Kankyo Records Cassette Tapes
Kankyo Records carefully selects ambient and new age music from around the world with the theme of "listening in the living environment. The curation of music inspired by the sounds of nature is designed to create an experience of coming and going between life and nature through sound.
We hope you will enjoy the analog feel of the music and the accidental encounters with music.
Vision Glass, with its simple shape and beautiful transparency
Light to the touch, yet sturdy, this glass is at home in a variety of everyday situations. The sound of the ice dancing when water is poured into the glass makes you feel the moisture to your ears.
Glass that has life in it
Made by Oyabumiyo, these glass pieces seem as if each has its own emotion and expression. They are placed in the lamps in the lounge and the shades in the guest rooms, creating an organic space. Each piece has its own complexion, so please pick one up and take a look.
Scattered gimmicks of the five senses
We trace the lore and history of the Yaeyama Islands, where untouched nature still remains, and put them into various items. We would be happy if they could trigger your awareness of "something.
An original experience of food that fits in with daily life.
A restaurant called "Nichi-Jo Sahan-Goto" is located on the first floor.
Everyday life" is "living" itself.
It is a simple way of doing things that we take for granted, and brings a richness to our lives.
The Japanese rice dish, "ippushi-ichi-nai," is based on the Japanese rice dish.
Tea" is a way of preparing the mind and body and savoring it with all five senses.
We offer "rice" and "tea" that make the most of local ingredients while reflecting on daily meals through a universal style that fits in with any landscape.
One day, "Nichi-Jo Sahan-Goto"
Northern nature, enchanted.
We feel that the scenery you see in Ishigaki Island has pieces of condensed memories.
We sincerely hope that everyone will be able to feel the scenery as it is in their hearts, and that it will be returned to their daily lives.
We sincerely hope that this tour will be such a wonderful one.
Immaculate nature is accompanied by birdsong....
The yabbies and grasslands are home to a wide variety of creatures, and many geckoes, spiders, and other living creatures can be seen. Sometimes, they make their rounds to greet visitors to the MEGURU｜Petrol site, and we hope that you will keep a broad and warm heart. (If you are not comfortable with these creatures, please do not hesitate to ask.)