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Karuizawa Architect's Tiny House

SuperanfitriónNaganohara, Agatsuma District, Gunma, Japón
Casa entera - Anfitrión: Hana
4 huéspedes1 habitación4 camas1 baño
Alojamiento entero
Dispondrás de toda la vivienda (casa) para ti.
Limpieza avanzada
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Llegada autónoma
Accede al alojamiento directamente mediante la caja de seguridad para llaves.
Política de cancelación
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Normas de la casa
El anfitrión no permite fumar ni celebrar fiestas. Ver los detalles
This modernist tiny house was built in 1968 and sits within the rolling forests of Kitakaruizawa’s Mount Asama. Originally conceived as the weekend hideaway of a prominent architect who used the property for contemplation.

- Preserved example of midcentury Japanese modernism.
- Ideal for romantic getaways, creative weekends and family excursions in nature.
- Quiet forest walks.
- Historic holiday home area popular with many of Japan’s great 20th century artists, writers and filmmakers.

El espacio
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Karuizawa Forest Cabin was conceived in the late 1960s by Tatehata Yoshikado, a prominent architect of the time. His vision was for a simple modernist cabin offering the basic essentials for peaceful weekends away within nature.

Built into a small hill, the home was designed with three overlapping levels, all with large windows opening out into the forest. Ceilings, cabinets and details are mostly done in teak. The home features elements familiar from both traditional Japanese architecture and mid-century modernism.

The entryway opens into the middle floor, a small dining area mixed with a compact but charming kitchen. Wooden stairs curve up to the top floor, which features Tatehata’s large custom-designed wood burning stove and a cozy reading corner with a sofa and large sliding windows looking out into the tree tops. A second stairwell beside the kitchen leads to the bottom level, where the Japanese-style bedroom is located — traditional white plaster walls, tatami flooring, fusuma sliding doors, elegant lighting and thick comfy sleeping futons.

The home’s backyard has a patio area perfect for small barbecues and relaxing outdoors.

Acceso de los huéspedes
Self check-in.
Guests have access to the full house.

Otros aspectos a destacar
[ BBQ ] There is a mid-sized Weber BBQ grill that can be rented for 3,000 yen, including charcoal, charcoal lighter and tongs/spatula. After you've finished your BBQ please clean both the grill and surrounding area well.
[ Shower / Bath ] The home has newly remodeled compact bathroom with a rain shower and heated towel dryer. There is no bathtub, but onsens are within a 10-minute drive.
[ Safety ] For safety reasons, no smoking, no fires in the wood-burning stove, no fireworks, no bonfires, please.
[ Air Conditioning ] Since this is a vintage home, there is no floor heating. But there are powerful heating systems in both the living room and bedroom, which are able to heat the home very quickly. We intentionally have not installed any air conditioning system for summer. Kita-Karuizawa's summer climate is famously cool and comfortable. There's often a natural breeze and we also have a couple retro house fans, which add to the tranquil, retro vibe. The highest temperature during the day, generally, is 26.4 ° C and the lowest temperature at night is typically 15.5 ° C. The area has a refreshing low-humidity climate unique to the volcanic mountain plateau and there is never the feeling of a tropical night.



[ Capacity Reminder ] The home's maximum capacity is limited to four people. Please do not attempt to exceed the maximum capacity or we will have to cancel the booking and ask Airbnb to charge you a fee.
[ Photo / TV / Film Shooting ] No unauthorized shoots please. If you would like to rent the property for a photo shoot or production of some kind, please contact us by message. We are very open to this but the pricing system for shoots is different than for overnight guests.

Número de permiso
M100018431
This modernist tiny house was built in 1968 and sits within the rolling forests of Kitakaruizawa’s Mount Asama. Originally conceived as the weekend hideaway of a prominent architect who used the property for contemplation.

- Preserved example of midcentury Japanese modernism.
- Ideal for romantic getaways, creative weekends and family excursions in nature.
- Quiet forest walks.
- Histor…
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Distribución de las camas

Habitación 1
1 cama individual
Áreas comunes
1 cama individual

Servicios

Cocina
Wifi de 1000 Mbps
Estacionamiento gratuito en las instalaciones
Servicios imprescindibles
Chimenea interior
Ganchos de ropa
Calefacción
Secadora de pelo
Entrada independiente
No disponible: Detector de monóxido de carbono

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Naganohara, Agatsuma District, Gunma, Japón

Kitakaruiza sits at an elevation of 1,200 meters, giving it a famously breezy and pleasant climate throughout summer. A popular escape from Tokyo’s oppressive summer heat, the area is packed with outdoor activities and nature attractions, including hikes around Mt. Asama, geological parks, golf courses and driving ranges, farms and produce sellers, nice restaurants and cafes, and — of course — onsen hot springs.

Compared to historic Karuizawa, which is much more developed and resort-like today, Kitakaruizawa has a very low-key sense of idyllic charm.

But there are many famous onsen and vacation destinations nearby, including:

Central Karuizawa: 30 minutes by car
Harunire Terrace: 20 minutes
Tsumagoi: 15 minutes
Kusatsu Onsen: 30 minutes
Manza Onsen: 50 minutes
Azuma Valley: 30 minutes

Karuizawa Forest Cabin's immediate surroundings were once a popular holiday home area for Japan’s great mid-century artists, novelists, scholars, filmmakers and poets. There are many pleasant walks and bike rides to be found along the roads and trails just outside the house. Please just be aware that the area is famous for its tranquil, contemplative ambiance— try to be respectful of everyone’s cherished peace and quiet. This is a place for creativity, romance or happy family time. No party people please.

After completing Karuizawa Forest Cabin in 1968, Tatehata-san designed two neighboring homes for friends – one a famous author, the other a film actor. Those homes were built with a similar rustic but clean aesthetic, creating a sense of visual harmony among neighbors.
Kitakaruiza sits at an elevation of 1,200 meters, giving it a famously breezy and pleasant climate throughout summer. A popular escape from Tokyo’s oppressive summer heat, the area is packed with outdoor activi…

Anfitrión: Hana

Se registró en agosto de 2013
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I was born and raised in Japan, came back to Japan after living 9 years in Tasmania, Papua New Guinea, Iceland, and Australia. I'm a researcher in community development of remote places such as Papua New Guinea. My husband was born and raised in the USA, into films, books, art, music, and more books. He's lived in Hong Kong and Bangkok before Tokyo. He is often in Beijing for work. If you are into ramen, talk to him. We are very easy going. We appreciate good food, chatting about the world and cultures, jazz and adventures in the wilderness.
I was born and raised in Japan, came back to Japan after living 9 years in Tasmania, Papua New Guinea, Iceland, and Australia. I'm a researcher in community development of remote p…
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  • Número de póliza: M100018431
  • Idiomas: English, 日本語
  • Índice de respuesta: 91%
  • Tiempo de respuesta: en menos de una hora
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Reglas de la casa
Llegada: A partir de las 15:00
Salida: 11:00
Acceso sin restricción de horario con caja de seguridad con llaves
Prohibido fumar
Está prohibido hacer fiestas o eventos
Se admiten mascotas
Salud y seguridad
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No hay alarma de monóxido de carbono
Alarma de humo
Política de cancelación

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