A cafe in a traditional Japanese-style house where both parents and children can relax and have fun.
Featuring seasonal foodstuffs locally sourced from Ome, and also Nagano, where the house originally stood.
We take great care with our cooking to bring the very best out of our flavorsome ingredients.
The gentle warmth of wood. Scents, textures, and sounds.
The abundant charm of wooden toys.
At Asobiba (Playspace) Muku, you can come and go any time you like.
A free space for parents and children.
A workshop for getting greater enjoyment out of your lifestyle.
Fun events held every month on topics such as cooking, interior design, crafts, and much more.
To make it easier for parents with small children to participate, we also provide a free childcare service.
Learn from the old, and create the new. That’s the spirit with which Kenko Kobo Shimura approaches home construction. We’re dedicated to building homes based on traditional construction methods that evolved from the climate and landscape of Japan.
We studied the craftsmanship and wisdom of Japan’s traditional architecture in order to relocate and restore this old Japanese-style house built over 150 years ago in Nagano, and we hope it will help to convey the appeal of this country’s artisanal construction techniques to future generations.
Continuing tradition, for the next 100 years.
Kenko Kobo Shimura
〒198-0024 Shinmachi 5-4-8, Ome, Tokyo
28 parking spaces in Parking Lot #2 (Daini Chushajo)
Priority parking spaces are available next to Kominka Muku.
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