welcome Kyoto Homestay Nonomura House.
Mr & Mrs Nonomura: 5 people could easily stay there, since you would get a complete house.
Megumi: her farther, Mr. Nonomura retired from his work at a bank. The family is living in a big farm house in Kameoka in Rural Kyoto which is on the foot of a mountain near a big cherry park. You would get a complete house in the compound.
They own a big farm and Mrs. Nonomura has been the boss of agriculture part at home, since Mr. Nonomura was a banker for a long time and he couldn’t do it.
Megumi has married her university friend and they have three children, They all are living in the compound. You would experience a real nice Japanese family, which is usually hard to have, since Japanese people generally don’t invite guests to their house. Japanese people prefer to meet each other outside of their house. Anyway the Nonomura family is very interested in foreign cultures. They have many experiences of having foreign guests, although their English is limited. All of the former guests enjoyed there very much. They would be very happy to have foreign guests.
Cancellation / Prepayment
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to them and us.
Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
Accepted credit cards
Pay in advance by credit card
- Air Condition
- Free toiletries
- Private bathroom
Accommodation review scores and score breakdown
Based on 2 reviews
Guest reviews are written by our customers after their stay at Kyoto Homestay Nonomura House in Rural Kyoto (Kameoka-city).
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Wonderful family – Kyoto homestay Nonomura house
Photographer group from Italy, April 2018Everything was perfect, nice house, clean and comfortable, wonderful family, very kind, friendly, very good food
Fantastic experience homestay with Nonomura family in Kyoto
Solo traveler from Italy, August, 2018I liked quite everything. Starting from the room (that consisted in the entire house) to the family, which involved me in many activities (from Hiroshima commemoration to a dancing festival). Finally the kids where awesome, especially the little one who played with me every time. I really recommend this experience with the nonomura family.
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