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The rooms themselves look virtually the same — although the one I stayed in on a recent visit had additional boards covering the window, so the view was impaired a bit. However, the official page for the villa (http://nippon-olive.info/mall/villa/) still shows a room like the one in the photo at left, so I assume the other rooms are unchanged.

(Footnote: This page has English now! It didn’t until recently. Clicking the word “RESERVATION” near the bottom brings up the English on-line reservation page.)


Even without the use of the big kitchen and common room, the villa is still well worth a visit. Hopefully increasing numbers of visitors will result in access to these rooms being restored to villa patrons.