Welcome to MINSYUKU AGAIHAMA!!
Hello, this small guesthouse called MINSYUKU AGAIHAMA is located in Yonabaru Town, Okinawa.
Our traditional style guesthouse (built at the end of 2009) is tucked away in the corner of an area in Okinawa that has recently seen much development.
We believe guests will enjoy the authentic/relaxed Okinawan vibes created in this house.
Facing the seaside, the front opens up to refreshing sea breezes and allows you to watch the spectacular sunrise in comfort.
The shared space in the centre of the house allows guests to make friends and create wonderful memories.
Traditional Okinawan houses have a space called NAKAME, which literally means the centre field, this is a sheltered outside area with a BBQ and seating, excellent for relaxing and making friends.
Please enjoy this traditional space.
During the day here people often relax, take a nap and explore the island of Okinawa; guests gather in the evening once the sun has set to share food, drink and stories.
This is a very comfortable guesthouse where you can feel at home.
Please come and enjoy a laid back lifestyle with us at MINSYUKU AGAIHAMA in Okinawa.
We dont serve meals, however, there are many restaurants, supermarkets and convenience stores nearby.
We have free Wi-Fi and guests can use our washing machine for free.
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Ｃheck out 12:00 pm
Ｐayment is only cash (yen) please.
On arrival date and no show ; 100% accommodation fee.
Day before arrival: 50% accommodation fee
Please notify us at least 48 hours before booked date if you need to cancel.
Thank you for your cooperation.
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