Sunlit Miyazaki Prefecture in Japan
Overlooking the source of the Gokase River
A hidden accommodation limited to two groups per day

Operated by a tomato farmer
A restaurant where you can stay overnight
Corasita Inn
We also accept day-use reservations for meals only (reservation required)

Grown with Miyazaki's renowned spring water
In-house brand tomatoes
The Blessing of Four Billion Years

No artificial flavorings, preservatives, or colorings added
Made from tomatoes grown on our own farm
Authentic Italian Mama's recipe
We deliver tomato sauce to you

World Agricultural Heritage
One of the areas in Takachiho Town, Shiibayama Region
Gokase Town, Miyazaki Prefecture
Grown using natural underground water
We deliver reduced-cultivation tomatoes


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A restaurant where you can stay, operated by a tomato farmer, limited to two groups per day.
We offer a space to experience nature with all your five senses at our annex (detached building) located by a river with Miyazaki's pristine water flow, as well as at the main building (main house).


The owner, Hiromi Fujiki, holds the qualifications of an Italian cuisine researcher
Uses our proudly home grown tomatoes from our own farm
We offer traditional home-cooked dishes, mainly from the Tuscany region in Italy, including seasonal handmade pasta.


”The greatest opportunities come when we transform 'I can't' into 'I can”


Five million years ago, fossils four hundred and thirty million years old were excavated in Gokase Town, Miyazaki Prefecture.
We produce fully ripened Italian tomatoes grown with reduced pesticides, utilizing Miyazaki's renowned spring water and temperature variations.


Our tomatoes and the processed products made from them,
used local spring water during cultivation.
This was inspired by the 'Drops of Four Billion Years,' which was selected as one of the Best Springs in the Heisei Era,
With the hope that happiness will come to those who eat our products and to those who are involved in their production,
we named it 'The Blessing of Four Billion Years.