•  Wakabaya 
  •  Owner 

"We are travelers. Let's open a guesthouse at where we'd like to lodge!"

With such desire, we opened “guesthouse wakabaya” at my hometown, Takamatsu 高松 in July 2014.

Guesthouse for Traveler

We provide small but necessary service for a traveler such as: free towels, no-curfew, laundry pole, shared kitchen, credit card payment and so on.

Local Information

We offer local information about restaurants, island hopping, sightseeing spots, transportation and guesthouses in Shikoku 四国 for each traveler.

By Any Transportations

You can get here just with 5 mins walking from Hanazono 花園 Station. We also have free car and bike parking lot requiring prior request.


Any young baby can stay in our private rooms. We prepare unbreakable cups and plastic cutlery. Our large shower room with bathtub is easy to use with kids.

Takeshi WAKAMIYA 若宮 武(Mr.)

Born in 1983 here in Takamatsu 高松. I majored Mongolian language and development studies in the university. After working in Nagoya for three years, I spent two years in Senegal as a volunteer. I came back to Japan and started to live in my hometown; Takamatsu for the first time in a decade. My hometown became “Udon” prefecture, islands got many domestic and international art fans and shopping arcades are recovering a crowd of people again. People in Mexico, Ghana, Bulgaria, Tibet, India, Solomon Islands, Mongolia and more have kindly welcomed a tourist; me. Now, it's my turn to welcome tourists at this fascinating my hometown.