Shikoku-Island This is not a tourist spot. a quiet place.
It's a place to live quietly and enjoy your time.
This is not a tourist spot. It's a small rural village.
Hello. My name is Yoshinaga. My family is my wife and dog. I speak a little English. I will do my best to have a conversation with you.
My family runs an organic farm. The main crops we grow are delicious vegetables such as tomatoes. I always think about good lifestyle and world peace.
The region has many old and historic rice terraces and a mountainous environment surrounding beautiful rivers. Nice views.
Job duties include harvesting and shipping vegetables, washing vegetables, planting seedlings, removing weeds, pruning, and general farm work.
Please work with me on various rural jobs. The work is easy, safe and you can learn a lot.
Work starts at 8:30am. Eat lunch with us for free. The afternoon is free time. You can enjoy your weekends freely. I make my own breakfast and dinner. Basic materials will be provided free of charge. (You buy the luxury items yourself)
The volunteer house is next to my office. The Volunteer House is a small, hand-built room in a separate greenhouse. Free use of separate bedroom, kitchen, washing machine, hot shower, composting toilet, wood stove, Wi-Fi and bicycles.
During your free time, enjoy walking along the river or in the mountains, fishing, kayaking, or hiking.
This service cannot be used by multiple customers. I would like to interact with you slowly. And I want to hear your story.
There are also opportunities to interact with Japanese people. Experience our culture.
If you have time, let's enjoy our hobbies together!
Perhaps this experience would not be possible on a short trip.
We have a friendly and relaxed approach, giving you plenty of time and energy to enjoy your surroundings. In exchange for your help, we will provide you with good service and great experience.
Let's create a page of memories in the countryside of Shikoku.
Please contact us anytime.
The region is beautiful and rich in natural energy.
My name is Yoshinaga. In Japan, we call people by adding "...san" at the end of their names. In other words, you can call me "Yoshinaga-san."
I'm a farmer. And the religion is "Shinto".
They respect nature and will eat anything. And I hope for a peaceful world.
Guests are limited to those who have the heart to understand and respect each other.
And I hate being a web content creator article.