I usually can not wake up with just my alarm clock in the morning- but here, I woke up with a sound of birds! I looked over outside and saw beautiful morning light with mist over sunrise. Kirishima’s “kiri” means mist in Japanese and now I know why this place is called Kirishima- mist island! I had to dip in for morning open-air hot spring bath- look at this view!
This morning, we had our breakfast at another villa called “Gajoen” which is also owned by the same people. Its about 10min from where we are staying.
This is the view for Gajoen villa
Here is a sign that says ” yield to roosters” on this road- how cute is that
Look at this amazing outdoor kitchen
Everything here is organic and cultivated by themselves -vegetables, eggs from their farm, and even rice.And….this is our breakfast!
This is a photo with Ms. Setsuko who is the owner of this villa. She is such a kind and warm person and it felt like I have a new home town to come back to.
here is the website- please check it out!
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