Thank you for coming. Now, please make yourself at home.
Narrative folklore around the irori hearth
（No charge/Reservations required)
Okutama is a place with many folk tales. The folklore has been handed down continually as a part of the lives of the people.
The warmth of the people who live in Okutama is also passed on with the folk tales.
Arasawaya Inn evokes the nostalgia for the old days of one's home and the warmth of the folklore is delivered to our guests.
Name: Hiroji Arasawa
Born: On a day in June 1943
Hobbies: Folklore, reading, travel
Affiliation: Member of the Japan Minwanokai
Achievement: Certified by the National Land Afforestation Promotion Organization as a traditional forest storyteller "forest master/expert" in 2005.