Member for
4 years



Yugawara machi


  • Poultry Farm
  • Vegetable Gardens
  • Farm Inn, Backpackers Lodge, Etc.

  • Knowledge of General Farming
  • General Organic Farming
  • Non Agricultural Chemical Method of Farming
  • Non Chemical Fertilizer Method of Growing Foods
  • Natural Farming
  • Permaculture
  • Vegetable Farming
  • Citrus Orchard
  • Keeping Free-Range Chickens
  • Living Self-Sufficiently
  • Composting Toilet
  • Supporting Handicapped People
  • Opportunities to Study Japanese
  • Opportunities to Study English
  • Making Jam
  • Karaoke

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


I always try to buy an organic oriented foods also the foods close to the expired due date. I have been continued a volunteer activity for the disabled (handy capped) people for over 20 years. I have experienced volunteer activity at foodbank organization.

  • General diet including meat and fish
  • We usually cook homemade meals
  • We may eat pre-made foods from supermakets and department stores
  • We may buy obento (lunch boxes) at convenience stores and supermarkets

When we have a party or an event, we might drink with WWOOFers but these occasions are not so often

No, nobody smokes

  • Farming area
  • Outside the town
  • On a hill
  • Very quiet

Our home and our workplace are situated at the same place or very close to each other and so the atmosphere stated pertains to both our home and our workplace

Within 1ha (100 a)

  • Traditional farm house






  • Chickens for Eggs
  • Goats


  • All Year Round

  • 4 to 7 Days
  • A Few Weeks to a Few Months
  • Both Short Period and Long Period Welcome

We welcome one WWOOFer at a time, and a few WWOOFers too can stay with us simultaneously

5 to 20

  • 2 friend WWOOFers of the same gender
  • 2 friend WWOOFers of different gender
  • A group of friends WWOOFing together
  • A couple who are WWOOFing together
  • Siblings WWOOFing together

Depends on the situation

  • No conditions. If we do not have other WWOOFers or other WWOOFer reservations, we welcome all WWOOFers

  • General farming
  • Weeding
  • Gathering grass
  • Seeding
  • Harvesting
  • Sprinkling chicken droppings
  • Watering
  • Thinning out seedlings
  • Producing fodder
  • Maintaining pasture
  • Chopping wood
  • Carrying logs
  • Cultivation of farm land
  • Feeding livestock
  • General animal care
  • Cooking
  • General housework
  • Making a bath using wood for fuel
  • Making iron pots
  • Repairing houses

Usually 6 hours or less a day

  • In a house separate from the main house
  • In a WWOOFer & worker house (building)
  • In a traditional Japanese Tatami mat room
  • Using a Japanese futon
  • One room for one person

  • Other


Having a lunch or supper together and then 2 times meals other than that will be self cooking.

Ask us when contacting us We can cook for even Vegans

Yes, at a designated location

  • Yes, after volunteering time


At least one of our Host members has much time to communicate with WWOOFers

  • No, WWOOFers do not need to speak Japanese if they speak English

  • Japanese
  • English


The farm has just stated, so anyone can support it without any special farming skills.