Welcome to our most homely and cozy hostel in Naha-city,OKINAWA,JAPAN.
It's very near from Tomarin(a port to manned solitary islands near from Naha).
It's so convenient to go to beautiful islands with emerald-greened ocean and white beach.
We will prepare a dormitory of the moderate price and a private room that can be voluminous. The relaxation feeling that came to friend's house to play is felt by me. It is possible to stay at ease even in first one because there is a female staff, too. Please stop once by all means when you come to Naha.
It was a rest and I was going to go out to travel. However, because the rest doesn't suit the friend, it is hesitant. Then, why don't you boldly do the solitary journey?
The traveler of the solitary journey is more than the half among those who stay about Monkey's Inn.
It is possible to stay at ease even by woman's solitary journey because the female staff also descends. When the solitary journey is refused at another hostels, one person travel is especially welcomes at the busy time of summer though it seems to be a lot of.
Will be likely to be able together it to go to play, and to exchange information on travel by happily becoming it in a joint room. Memories of the traveler of the solitary journey not obtained in two people or more are the real pleasure of Okinawa.
Guesthouse Osaru-noOyado is located in Naha-city: Wakasa.
We have a mini library- 200 of Japanese MANGA, DVD player,
We offer a shampoo & conditioner, body soap in the shower room.
Rental bicycle for free.free internet PC,Refrigerator, microwave oven, toaster, rice cooker, jar, ice, and barley-tea service is free,too.
We are assisting in the traveler by free service.
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