Book your stay at Echigo-Tsumari Art Field in 2017

NEWSPosted : March 24, 2017

Echigo-Tsumari Art Field offers unique accommodations for you to enjoy art in satoyama landscape. We are pleased to start taking booking for this year and look forward to welcoming you.

▼Following accommodation have started to take booking for this year.

《Stay at old schools》
Sansho House
※ Booking is currently open from Saturday 1 April to Friday 30 June 2017.
Sansho House is an old wooden school building stood at the top of a hill in a small village which has been renovated into an accommodation. Perfect place to meet other guests and enjoy meals cooked by local women. Check out special seasonal plans for golden week and enjoying sansai (mountain vegetables)

photo by H.Noguchi

Katakuri House
Katakuri House is an hidden gem located in Akiyamago. The former school building has been turned into an onsen accommodation and managed by young staff members who have moved their lives here as they fell in love with the nature and history of this place. Don’t miss out special plans starting from 6 May for limited duration to enjoy sansai (mountain vegetables).

photo by H.Noguchi

《Stay in art》
Dream House
Experience unique evening at Dream House, an artwork by Marina Abramovic providing space and time to “have a dream to face yourself” in busy contemporary life.

“Dream House” by Marina Abramovic / photo by ANZAI

Shedding House
A 150-year-old farm house was transformed into an artwork with all of its surface from floor to the ceiling being curved where one could enjoy being embraced by the artwork. Embrace yourself in the entire house with your family or friends.

“Shedding House” by Junichi Kurakake + Niho University College of Art Sculpture Course
photo by Kazue Kawase

Australia House
※ Booking is currently open from Saturday 29 April to Saturday 6 May 2017
Australia House was designed by Andrew Burns, an Australian architect who won the international design competition and built in 2012. Enjoy staying in modern and unique architectural space.

“Australia House” by Andrew Burns Architect
photo by Osamu Nakamura

Cover photo by H.Noguchi