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A Building ‘Hantanui’ (Han-tah-nwee)
Area/54.95m²(Room 35.20m²、Bathroom 10m²、Terrace 9.75m²)、Bedding/Semi-double(2.3m long x 1.5m wide)×2、Price/38,000〜43,000 yen(Tax Exclusive・1 Room Charge)、Capacity/2 Adults
B Building ‘Jihakaya’ (Jee-ha-kah-yah)
Area/64.7m²(Room 35.20m²、Bathroom 10m²、Terrace 19.5m²)、Bedding/Semi-double(2.3m long x 1.5m wide)×2、Price/40,000〜45,000 yen(Tax Exclusive・1 Room Charge)、Capacity/2 Adults
C Building ‘Nikeya’ (Nee-kay-yah)
Area/66m²(Room 44m²、Bathroom 7m²、Terrace 15m²)、Bedding/Semi-double(2.3m long x 1.5m wide)×2・1 Futon Sets、Price/45,000〜50,000 yen(Tax Exclusive・1 Room Charge)、Capacity/3 Adults

Parking Lot, Air Conditioner, IH Heater, Wi-Fi Wireless LAN, Washing Machine,

Refrigerator, Microwave, Rice Cooker, Toaster, Kitchen Materials, Seasoning, Hair Dryer,

Electric Mosquito Repellent, Flashlight, Aroma Diffuser, Fire Extinguisher


Bath Towel, Face Towel, Toothbrush/Toothpaste, Shampoo, Conditioner,

Body Soap, Cotton Swabs, Toilet Paper, Mineral Water, Beer


The room charge includes breakfast atHamabe no Chaya.

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Consecutive Stay Discount

Normal charge for up to 3 nights

30% discount for a stay of 4 to 7 days

50% discount for a stay of more than 8 days

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Stylish Tricks with the Scent of Okinawan Culture

The three villas from A to C building are each given a name. A Building is ‘Hantanui’, B Building is ‘Jihakaya’ and C Building is ‘Nikeya’. The ‘hanta’ in ‘Hantanui’ means cliff. ‘I’ means on top. This building is built on top of a slope and therefore given its name. ‘Ji’ in ‘Jihakaya’ means ground and ‘hakaya’ is a person who measures. It expresses that the owner is a land surveyor. ‘Nike’ in ‘Nikeya’ means second floor, and ‘ya’ means house. It means it is a two-floor house.

These are all Okinawan words. Buildings are usually given names. The names given to the buildings in Okinawa are based on the direction, position, geographical position, type of building, owner’s occupation, main home or separate home and order of birth among siblings. In cities, such as Naha, the number of people who are not familiar with this naming system is growing among younger generations, but in places like Nanjo City where Sachibaru Villa is, the naming system remains even today. While you are here, we would be delighted if you would keep in mind the lifestyle culture passed down for generations and expose yourself to Okinawa’s culture as much as possible.

‘Our’ Space Spreading Everywhere

The thing We were careful about in the architectural design was getting rid of the boundary between the indoors and outdoors as much as possible. How to arrange the building to blend into the forest and how to match the surrounding vegetation and land with the feeling of the atmosphere. Thinking of the integration with the environment, We continued on with the design.

For example, in order to give an open feeling to the ocean side, we installed the largest window that just barely met architectural standards.

After entering the premises from the public road, we were concerned about the view when you go up the slope and turn the curb in your car. From the parking space to the entrance and from the entrance to inside the room you feel surprised. To make your stay feel like home, there are a refrigerator, cooking utensils and dishes.

Activities Connected with Nature

At Sachibaru Villa, we have prepared activities that will you make you forget the passing of time. For example, relaxation treatment, yoga, walking in‘Sachibaru Garden’ and star gazing on the terrace. The relaxation treatment that uses Okinawan herbs will envelop the mind and body and heal you from the core. You can choose yoga based on content or location, from traditional Indian yoga to relaxed yoga.
Also, there is a place close by associated with a god called Amamikiyo who appears in the Ryukyu Genesis Legend. There is Yaharazukasa where Amamikiyo was said to have first landed, a sacred place of prayer called Hamagawa Utaki and an area of running water called Ukinju Hainju where Okinawans regard as the birthplace of rice cultivation, so it may be good to go a little further to walk around those places. There is an island called Ohjima a few minutes away by car that is well known for its fisherman and Okinawa tempura and where the Sea God, God Ryugu, is enshrined.