Minshuku Midori-So ｜Area: Goya Guest House guest-house / hostel / Goya / dorm / local / 民宿みどり荘 /
Chatting with the owner is the best part of Midori-So.
You’re sure to enjoy the casual conversations you’ll have with the owner, a tough, but kind lady who grew up during hard times after the war. You’ll be able to hear first-hand stories of what Koza was like during the Vietnam War, and the changes the city has gone through since then.
You can get to know other travelers in the living room (stocked with tea and snacks).
Staying at Midori-So starts from a reasonable price of ¥2,000. Being close to live music houses and izakayas, the charming guest house is also recommended to those who’d just like a place to crash after a night out in town.
Private Room (Shared bath and toilet): 1 night ¥2,000 per guest
Private Room (with bath and toilet): 1 night ¥3,000 guest
|Location||1-8-3 Goya, Okinawa-shi|
|OPEN||12:00- around 23:00|
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