Itoshima Share house

福岡県/糸島市二丈福井
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3,500 JPY 〜

/1 person
1,000 JPY 〜
/1 person (child)
5.00(1)

Description
Itoshima share house, where you can recharge your energy. It is situated in a settlement abundant with nature, with mountains, rivers seas and rice fields.
Inquire about an experience tour or its booking requirements up-front
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Required time
120 minutes
Please come on time

Host name
Chiharu
I would like to share local experience and good times.
Feel free to come and join us!

Required Equipment
Not required
Equipments provided by host
なし

Eligibility
Any
Supported Languages
Japanese

Note
Reservations must be made more than 24 hours in advance (but even if made after this deadline, a reservation is still made on the system, but will not be authorised)

Cancellation Deadline
17:00, 2 days before (Japanese time)
If you cancel your reservation after the Cancellation Deadline, cancellation fee will be applied. Cancellation rate can be checked here
In case of raining
Will not cancel

Meeting Place
Itoshima Share house

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yoshimi koyama
Sun, Jan 12, 2020
暮らし方、行き方などが学べました。 普段普通に暮らしている中ではあまり学べないものばかりで、とても勉強になりました。

3,500 JPY 〜

/1 person
1,000 JPY 〜
/1 person (child)
5.00(1)

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