Member for
9 years
miyakonojyo city yoshinomoto-cho
User ID
  • Apiary
  • Vegetable Gardens
  • Restaurant
  • A Baker
  • A Sweets Producer
  • Center for the Environment
  • General Organic Farming
  • Non Agricultural Chemical Method of Farming
  • Natural Farming
  • Aigamo Method (Duck Method)
  • Companion Plants
  • Small Scale, Large Variety Farming
  • Vegetable Farming
  • Pear Orchard
  • Kaki (Persimmon) Orchard
  • Grape Orchard
  • Berry Orchard
  • Herb Growing
  • Keeping Free-Range Chickens
  • Producing Honey
  • Living Self-Sufficiently
  • Using Your Own Seeds
  • Solar Power
  • Using Wind to Generate Power
  • Electric Cars
  • Using Well Water
  • Composting Toilet
  • Hand-Made Soaps and Creams
  • Eating Brown Rice and Vegetables
  • Making Jam
  • Producing Miso
  • Making Japanese Pickles
  • Baking Bread
  • Baking Bread Using Natural Yeast
  • Slaughtering Chickens for Meat for Human Consumption
  • Producing Processed Food
  • Making Soba (Buckwheat Noodles)
  • Making Soba noodles
  • Making Wine
  • Traditional Local Japanese Cooking
  • Cooking Classes
  • Holistic Remedies
  • Homeopathy
  • Aroma Therapy
  • Dogs to Aid Disabled People
  • Making Pottery
  • Canoeing, Kayaking
  • Riding a Mountain Bike
  • Walking to Enjoy Nature
  • Mountain Climbing
  • Walking in the Bush
  • Fishing
  • Hot Spring
  • Riding a Horse
70 to 90% organic
We have an organic attitude of sorts, but we do not go out of our way to be organic or alternative, rather, we do what suits us at the time
  • General diet including meat and fish
  • We cook various international meals
  • We always cook homemade meals
We drink and if WWOOFers like drinking, we may have opportunities to drink sometimes
Yes, at designated location
  • In a tiny village in a mountain area
  • Outside the town
  • Near the mountains
  • Quiet place
Our home and our workplace are situated at different places and the atmosphere stated pertains to our home
Within 1ha (100 a)
  • Typical Japanese Size
  • One Story House
  • Chickens for Eggs
  • Chickens for Meat
  • Aigamo Ducks
  • Dog
  • Cat
  • All Year Round
  • Both Short Period and Long Period Welcome
  • The period will be determined depending on our workload
We welcome one WWOOFer at a time, and a few WWOOFers too can stay with us simultaneously
It is possible
  • No conditions. If we do not have other WWOOFers or other WWOOFer reservations, we welcome all WWOOFers
  • WWOOFers who like nature
  • WWOOFers who are interested in environmental issues
  • WWOOFers who are interested in living in a rural area
  • WWOOFers who are interested in food
  • WWOOFers who can look after children
  • WWOOFers who like animals
  • WWOOFers who like outdoor sports
  • WWOOFers who can talk to people well and serve our customers and guests well
  • Active WWOOFers
  • Cheerful WWOOFers
  • WWOOFers who like talking to people
  • Funny WWOOFers
  • WWOOFers who have a happy smile
  • Honest WWOOFers
  • Responsible WWOOFers
  • WWOOFers who have aspirations
  • WWOOFers who can be cooperative
  • WWOOFers who can learn things with the Host together
  • General farming
  • Weeding
  • Seeding
  • Planting seedlings in the ground
  • Harvesting
  • Chopping wood
  • Carrying logs
  • General animal care
  • Cleaning
  • Cooking
  • Washing the dishes
  • General housework
  • Looking after children
  • Helping children study
  • Repairing houses
  • Painting
  • Helping farm / environmental experience courses
  • Meeting / engaging with guests & customers
  • Helping attending to customers in a shop
  • Taking dogs for a walk
  • Processing food
  • Making bread
  • Helping at events
We are trying to give WWOOFers 6 hours a day, however, it may increase or decrease depending on the activities we are doing
  • In a house separate from the main house
  • Using a bed
  • One room for two WWOOFers
  • With the Host
Depends on the situation Ask us when contacting us
  • Yes, but it is limited
It depends on the activities we are doing at our place at the time, however, we usually have time to communicate with WWOOFers
  • WWOOFers do not need to speak Japanese now but they have to have a will to learn Japanese
  • No, WWOOFers do not need to speak Japanese if they speak English
  • Japanese
  • English








We are on the Miyazaki/Kagoshima border, on a mountain ridgeback between the two cities.

We run a cafe, a dog-training business, have a small farm/garden and are bee-keepers. We make our own bread, honey, beer, miso and jam etc.

We run a cafe which is open Fridays-Sundays. We need WOOFERS for cooking/baking, serving customers, cleaning etc. On other days you can help me with farming/gardening, looking after dogs, domestic duties, helping out at my parent's soba restaurant & garden etc.

We love food and travelling; we love to meet new people from all over the world. We look forward to meeting you soon!!
I run a cafe (Cockapoo) which is open Fridays-Sundays. I prefer if WWOOFERS avoid arriving/departing on these days, and are available weekends.
However, during the week (Monday-Thursday) there are other miscellaneous jobs (including gardening, light farming, domestic duties, cooking/hospitality work etc.)
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