Coinciding with ETAT 2006, an old thatched-roof minka (Japanese-style traditional house) built in 1924 has been refurbished as a museum of pottery as well as a restaurant serving local cuisine. The ground floor serves as a restaurants and is filled with distinctive potteries including a cooking stove, washbasin, and bathtub, as well as plates and bowls created by potters. Three tea rooms on the upper floor serve as gallery space as well a comfortable resting space.
We are pleased to open Ubusuna House for everyone to stay overnight while enjoying hearty meals and warm local hospitality.
|Access||●20 minutes by car from Tokamachi sta.|
|business hours||No fixed schedule（Open depending on the Art Triennale）|
|Fee||Entry fee: Adults 500yen; Students (junior high and below) 250yen|
※ During the Art Triennale or other seasonal events please purchase the special passport book or multipass ticket.
Overnight stay: 25,000yen per person, includes breakfast and dinner
|Notes||This campsite has irregular business hours, mostly during the Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale and during other seasonal programs. |
Up to 5 people per group, limited to one night and one building.
※ We ask that any guests under 6 years old do not stay overnight.
|Contact||Echigo-Tsumari Art Field Information Center|