|Uno Slope House|
|Bed and Breakfast for Naoshima Island and Seto Inland Sea visitors|
Courtesy transportation from/to Uno Station is provided. Dropping off/picking up at Uno Port where you take ferries to Naoahima, Teshima, or Shodoshima islands can be arranged with no charge (depending on Max's availability). It's possible to come back from Naoshima island to Uno port as late as 0:15 am! (see Naoshima ferry/passenger boat timetable)
Bonus service you may want to take advantage: Upon your arrival at Uno Station, we can pick up your luggage only and you can go straight to Naoshima Island luggage-free. Later, we'll pick you up again at the Uno port ferry terminal when you return. This service is available depending on our schedule.
Free Wi-Fi in the entire house.
Free bicycle available during your stay.
No worries about communicating in English
Max, your host, speaks English (he lived in New York for more than 20 years) and is a local native. He'll have whatever information you need and can provide it to you in English.
Authentic Tatami rooms, a Japanese traditional style
We have three different types of rooms but all Tatami floored. Try a healthy way of sleeping.
Kitchen, Living room and Common areas are all yours to use
Includes: a rice cooker, microwave, stove, teapot, coffee maker, TV, AC and any appliances in the kitchen and living room. Did I mention free coffee and tea anytime and free use of a laundry machine? (detergent is also provided!) It's just like sharing a house (but, you have your own private room, of course!).
Eat as you like!
A traditional Japanese-style breakfast (white rice, fish, eggs, nori, Japanese pickles and miso soup: temporarily unavailable) or Guests' favorite Pancake breakfast w/ topping (maple syrup, nutella, home-made marmalade) + fruits can be requested at 600 yen. Please ask at the night before.
No dinner is included but we offer a Nabe dinner (winter time only) - A Japanese one-pot dish w.several kinds of local fish, lots of vegetables, then risotto-like rice at the end - at 1500 yen/person, plus 300 yen if want sake, plum wine, or beer.
Or our host can arrange ordering sushi or other local deliveries. Uno town has fair number of restaurants but most of them close around 9~10 pm. There are also local Izakaya (tapas-kind of place) open until late. The host can recommend or even take you to the places and take care of ordering. It'll be fun!