If you enjoy the Japanese local farm life, I recommend staying here. This area is really local, but it's so close to the train station so you can hang out in the city.
I'm Genki, who is a member of a farm.
I grew up in this hometown until 15 years old, and move to other cities of Japan, where I studied agriculture technology and forest ecology and worked in the Food&Beverage equipment company as an engineer. I used to study in Sweden for a half year.
Since 2016, I backed to my hometown and start to help my parents farming.
Our farm is managed by my family, where we grow potatoes, sugarbeets, some kind of beans, wheat and barley. Our farm is located in the eastern part of Tokachi subprefecture in Hokkaido.
We opened a guesthouse to welcome guests in the summer of 2019 and started to accept farm stay volunteers as well.
Help needed will depend on the season but we offer a good experience to stay.
The volunteers can get a personal room with beds.
We also offer meals.