One of the two row houses built at the end of the Meiji era.
It is a Machiya with a typical layout of Nara, which is long in the back.
When you open the entrance door, the dirt floor on the passage (Toriniwa) extends to the courtyard.
Once there was a hearth, but now there is a kitchen, and a good smell rises from the high ceiling.
Occasionally, the signs of people coming and going and the sounds of the town come softly through the latticework on the front.
I can't see it even though I can see it.
A moderate sense of distance from the outside brings you closer to the feeling of living here.
The light passing through the lattice changes from moment to moment, and the look of the Machiya changes.
Spend your time feeling the slow flow of time.
■Facility：Wooden bath, 2 futons, WiFi, refrigerator, audio equipment, air conditioner, floor heating, microwave, electric kettle, tableware, hair dryer, wash-let, safe
■Amenities：Towels, loungewear, wash towels, shampoos, toothbrushes, combs, razors (men), hair ties (women), skin care sets (women), cotton sets (women), tea, water, coffee
■No smoking inside the facility・No fires