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Ine makes me feel nostalgic. There are about 230 old boat houses so-called 'funaya' which stand in front of the sea. According to a local guide, the oldest one was built in more than 100 years ago. Ine bay is pristine and calm. Ine is...More
Well worth the visit to see the boat houses. The boat trip on the smaller water taxi run by local can take you close to the boat houses and the captain bought us to visit his. The larger sight -seeing ferry can take you further...More
We were advised to visit n stay in a fishing village. Found Taiheisou on the internet. We weren't disappointed. If you want to relax, come here. Not for children.
We had downstairs. This opens onto the water and you have a deck/seat to sit and...More
Worth visiting once in a while. You can enjoy the good old days of the fishery village. Take a sightseeing boat to look around the boat houses.
We were told about the beautiful boathouses, but we had a pleasant surprise with our local boat tour. Hundreds of birds including large hawks came down and ate snacks directly out of our hands. TIP: if you don't bring snacks for the birds, you can...More
I came to Ine from Kinosakionsen with KANSAI WIDE AREA PASS. I took bus from Amanohashidate station which costs 400yen. And I make a stop at Inewan for a 25 minutes scenic cruise(670yen). After the cruise i walked(20 minutes) to Ineno Funaya. A hidden gem...More
We drove more than three hours to get to this quaint remote village located north of Kyoto. And the village is definitely worth the drive. It's incredibly beautiful and quiet. A cafe had just opened on the day of the arrival, and it is right...More
We visited this beautiful place in January. It was cold, sunny, and fortunately not very breezy. We walked alone in the village and maybe just saw one or two other small group of tourists. If you want a change from crowded streets of Osaka, this...More
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You can go to the town's official website to check out the accommodation. However, all the B&Bs there don't have websites, so the only way to make reservation is through phone. And it will be better if you find someone who... More
You can go to the town's official website to check out the accommodation. However, all the B&Bs there don't have websites, so the only way to make reservation is through phone. And it will be better if you find someone who can speak Japanese to help.