Satoyama Base Hanabi

Osaka/Yoshikawa, Toyono-cho Toyono-gun
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1,500 JPY 〜/1 night
4.25 (4)

Description
Camp, live, and play in an old private house called "Satoyama Base Hanabi." Smack in the middle of Osaka, it's 50 minutes by train from Umeda and five minutes on foot from the natural scenery of Mt. Satoyama. This 100-year old house is currently run as a co-op, guest house, and event facility in one.
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Basic Facilities
※There are also facilities that can be paid by cash at the station
24h Toilet
Water
WiFi
Playground
Pets Allowed
Smoking Area
Vending Machine
Washing Dryer
Waste Water Discharge
Security Cameras
EV Charger Stand

Additional Fee Facilities
Electricity socket
Not available
Non-free Wifi
Not available
Non-free Shower
¥300/time
Onsen (Adult)
Not available
Onsen (Child)
Not available
Dustbin
¥200/bag
Dog Park
Not available
Camping Behavior Allowed
Not available
Tent Rental (For 2-3 people)
Not available
Tent Rental (For 4-5 people)
Not available
BBQ Facilities Rental
¥2000/day

Nearby Facilities
Convenient Store
Seven Eleven (2000m)
Supermarket
Hankyu-oasis Tokiwadai (2000m)
Gasoline
Not available
Restaurant
Kametani honten (500m)
24h Toilet
Not available
Onsen
Sankukai spa (5000m)

Parking space
Maximum lots
2 lot(s)
Height of each lot
No limit
Breadth of each lot
2.3m
Length of each lot
5m
※ Car size can be referred from here

Note
里山ベース ハナビは暮らす人・泊まる人・遊ぶ人と様々なバックグラウンドを持つ方が交流する事により、お互いの人生に刺激を与えあう場所です。 車中泊にてお越しのお客様も追加でシェアハウス住民と交流しながらの晩御飯(1300円~)にもご参加頂けますので、宜しければ交流を楽しんで行って下さい。 食事が必要な場合は事前にお電話(080-3547-5723)にてご連絡の程、宜しくお願い致します。 一期一会の旅で、その時、その場所でしか混ぜ合わせる事の出来ない人間模様の花火を咲かせてください。

Cancellation Deadline
17:00, 2 days before (Japanese time)
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yoshimi koyama
Wed, Jul 29, 2020
古民家ですが、トイレやシャワーは改装されておりとても綺麗で驚きました。 またシャアハウスのメンバーとも交流ができ、楽しい車中泊旅に。 大阪に行く際にはまたぜひ利用したい場所です!

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菅原恵利
Fri, Feb 14, 2020
共有スペースをお借りして、ストーブのある暖かい場所でパソコン作業ができてよかったです。トイレのドアが開け閉めしにくくてちょっと大変でした。女性は入りづらいかも。建物全体がリノベーション中だったみたいなので、どう変化するのか楽しみです。

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ミチトライフ
Fri, Nov 8, 2019
夫婦で11月に利用しました。 【駐車スペース】 ナビで到着する場所は坂の前になります。かなり急な坂で、一瞬戸惑いますが、上がると平なスペースがあります。区画はなし。コーンがない場合はシェアハウスにいるホストへ声をかければOKです。夜間は冷えるので、防寒準備必須です。周りは静かでよく眠れます。 「里山ベースハナビ」で鶏が放し飼いにされていて、人慣れしたかわいい鶏が車の近くまで挨拶に来てくれることもあります。朝起きて外に出ようと思ったらすぐそこにいるかもしれません♪ 【トイレ】 シェアハウス内にあり、出入口は24時間開いています。 夜間は暗いです。実際行って確認してもらえばいいのですが、万一夜遅くについたときや、ホスト不在時のために場所を記載しておきます。 電気は、入口入って目の前の柱と、土間を通って家に上がった右手の柱にあります。そのまま右手の廊下に沿って進むと突き当りにトイレがあります。トイレの中の電気はわかりにくいかもしれませんが、男性・女性用と並ぶトイレの真ん中にあります。トイレのドアは木製ガラス引き戸で少し動かしにくいですが、古民家感があって懐かしい感じがいいですよ。 【シャワー】 オプションで使用できます。土間を上がってすぐの部屋の左手に個室が3つあり、内鍵もあります。24時間使用可。お湯の勢いも温度も十分です。真ん中のシャワーの温度調整は扉横のボタンのようです。ぬるいときはチェックしてみてください。アメニティーはないので、持参を。万一忘れた場合は、お風呂セット(シャンプー、リンス、石鹸)、バスタオル各100円で貸してもらえるのでホストに聞いてみてください。 【食事】 「里山ベースハナビ」では、月に1回はイベントを開催しており、個性豊かな人が集まります。参加するとより楽しいステイになりますよ。イベントがなくても、事前に連絡するとシェアハウスの住民と晩御飯を一緒にできます。イベントはFacebookで「里山ベースハナビ」を検索すると見れますよ!ホストや豊能町で住む人たちから豊能町の話やオススメを聞くこともできます。私はここで、自然と人が共存する里山に興味をもってまた来たいと思いました♪ 他にも、外にはBBQテラスがあり、手ぶらでBBQもできます。中で焚火もできるようになっています。冬期のBBQは準備中のようなので、気になる方は状況確認してみて下さい。 ごはんを買う場合は、車で約8分でイズミヤ光風店があります。冬期は17時までですが、徒歩6分で妙見口駅前の「かめたに本店」では猪味噌煮込みうどんや猪フルトが食べられます。 【周辺情報】 妙見山へのハイキングへの拠点にもできます。吉川八幡神社や、少し行くと黒川ダリア園などもあります。

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山本昌之
Sun, May 19, 2019
駐車スペースが広く、静かで寝やすかった。暗かったので水道の場所がわからなかった。簡易トイレに明かりがなかった。

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