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2023.07.07

RITA八女福島 暮らすように泊まる宿【 客室のご紹介 / 九城-KUKI- 】

離れの平屋でフラットで明るいなお部屋です。 お庭はお座敷と寝室にひとつずつ面しており、縁側でのお昼寝は特別なひとときです。

築100年を超える旧大坪家。一度は崩壊の危機にあった離れ棟を、匠の技術で再生しました。部屋名は、田中吉政が使用していた家紋のひとつ「釘抜き紋」から名付けました。

九城(くき)を抜く:9つの城を落とすという、非常に縁起の良い家紋です。 古い材と新しい材が継がれた箇所を見ることができ、日本の伝統工法である継手を知ることができるお部屋です。

土と木の香りに身を染め、心身が安らぐ感覚をご体感ください。 お風呂は八女の松延工芸の桶の技術を使った檜風呂。 洗面ボウルは森山實山窯の小石原焼。八女の作家さんのアート作品を展示する床の間アートもお楽しみください。

■禁煙

■バス・トイレ完備

■無料Wi-Fi有

■定員4名

※小人・幼児のご宿泊は応相談

ー テレビや時計はありません ー


建物に施された当時の意匠はもちろん、人々が生活を営み、年月を経ていく中で生まれた傷みや痕跡も重ねた歴史として残すことで、当時の姿を感じられるように改修を行っております。だからこそ、当時の趣や不便なれど余裕のあるひとときを愉しんで頂きたいとの思いから、テレビや時計はあえてご用意しておりません。

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RITA Yamefukushima – A place to stay as if you were living in a house. These rooms are flat and bright, and are located in a detached one-story house. The garden faces both the tatami room and the bedroom, and napping on the veranda is a special experience.

The former Otsubo House is over 100 years old. Once in danger of collapse, the detached wing was rebuilt with the skills of a master craftsman. The room was named after one of the family crests used by Yoshimasa Tanaka, the “nail-pulling crest. Kugi-nuki” means “to pull out nine castles” in Japanese, which is a very auspicious family crest. In this room, visitors can see where old and new timbers have been joined, and learn about the traditional Japanese construction method of joints.

Please immerse yourself in the aroma of earth and wood, and experience a sense of physical and mental peace. The bath is made of hinoki cypress using the tub technology of Matsunobu Crafts in Yame. The washbowl is Koishiwara ware by Moriyama Jizan Kiln. Please also enjoy the alcove art displaying artwork by Yame artists.

■No smoking

■Bath and toilet facilities

■Free Wi-Fi available.

■Capacity of 4 persons Children and infants are available on request.

No TV or clock

We have renovated the building so that you can feel what it was like in those days by leaving not only the original design of the building, but also the damages and traces that were created as people lived their lives and passed the years, as part of the overlapping history of the building. Therefore, we do not have TVs or clocks in the rooms, so that you can enjoy the atmosphere of those days and the inconvenient but leisurely moments in the rooms.

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