Komeyakata Guest House


We are staying in this guest house which is also a rice farm. The owners are an extended family and the fifth generation continuing to work the fields. 

Their busyness and friendliness is inspiring. Yesterday, a Sunday, they were running a stall selling crepes at a local market and foraging for wild food in the forest, spring greens of fern and bracken, which we were later to eat. 

Where we sleep is in the old rice house or barn which has small rooms off a large double height communal kitchen and dinning area serving both as an office to the farm and where everyone – family, farm workers and guests – eat and drink. 

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