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Yunosuke-no-yado Chorakuen
Yunosuke-no-yado Chorakuen
The inn is surrounded by rich green forests of the mountains, and boasts the large open-air bath of 120 tsubo (400 square meters) in size and is considered one of the best in Japan. The inn's 10,000 tsubo (33,000 square meters) traditional Japanese garden reflects the individual taste of four seasons and is best recommended for a nice walk.
How to get there?
From Tamatsukurionsen Station (JR Sanin Line): 7 min by taxi.
Green Rich Hotel Matsue-Ekimae
Green Rich Hotel Matsue-Ekimae
Just a 2-minute walk from Matsue Station and only about a minute from the downtown business and shopping/entertainment district, this hotel offers an excellent location for both tourists and business travelers. Relax in the separate men's and women's man-made hot spring baths and men's only sauna.
How to get there?
From Matsue Station (JR Sanin Main Line): A few minutes' walk from the North Exit of the station.
Naniwa Issui
Naniwa Issui
Located on the banks of Lake Shinji in the castle town of Matsue, this inn offers spectacular views of its surrounding area. Guests are invited to enjoy the uniquely designed guest rooms, delicious local cuisine, and hot spring baths that have been popular since ancient times.
How to get there?
From Matsue Station (JR San-in Line), North Exit: Take the Junkan Sotomawari (outer loop) bus and get off at the Fukushi Center bus stop (about 15 min). It is about 2 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the San-in Expressway at Matsue-nishi IC and continue along Routes 9 and 431 for about 4 km (about 10 min).
Matsue New Urban Hotel Annex
Matsue New Urban Hotel Annex
A hotel located by Lake Shinji, which contributes to the beauty of Matsue. Guests can see a panoramic view from the tenbo hot spring bath (a bath offering a good view).
How to get there?
From Matsue Station (JR San-in Line): About 7 min by taxi.
International Hotel Tamatsukuri
International Hotel Tamatsukuri
This hotel has a superb view, located on the shore of Lake Shinji. There are large communal baths that spring from a natural onsen and a garden lush with green. Meals are mostly made from tasty delights found in Lake Shinji and the Sea of Japan.
How to get there?
From Tamatsukurionsen Station (JR San-in Main Line), Front Exit: About 8 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the San-In Expressway at Matsue-Tamatsukuri IC and continue along Route 9 for about 3 km (about 10 min).
Matsue Urban Hotel Lake Inn
Matsue Urban Hotel Lake Inn
Located just 6 minutes on foot from JR Matsue Station. Features easy access to various transportation. Route 9 is right in front of the hotel. Provides guests with free breakfast and a free parking lot.
How to get there?
From Matsue Station (JR San-in Main Line), South Exit: 6 min on foot.
By car: Exit the San-In Expressway at Matsue-chuo IC and continue along Route 432 for about 8 min. Then take Route 9 for about 1 min.
Tamatsukuri Grand Hotel Choseikaku
Tamatsukuri Grand Hotel Choseikaku
The large bath building "Shimpoden" commands a view of beautiful Japanese style garden. Especially, the marvelous "Meno Bath," lined with 10,000 plates of agate, indigenous to Izumo region.
How to get there?
From Tamatsukurionsen Station (JR San-in Line): 6 min by car.
By car: 10 min from San-In Expressway Matsue-Tamatsukuri IC.
Matsue Excel Hotel Tokyu
Matsue Excel Hotel Tokyu
Matsue, also known as the water city, is a castle town with a long and distinguished history. The hotel is located in front of Matsue Station, just a 2-minute walk away. Very convenient as a base of business or sightseeing.
How to get there?
From Matsue Station (JR San-in Line): 2 min on foot.
By car: 3 km from San-In Expressway Matsue-Chuo / Matsue-Nishi IC.
Dormy Inn Express Matsue
Dormy Inn Express Matsue
2-Year Consecutive JTB Rurubu Award Winner! The whole hotel is non-smoking and has Wi-Fi access. All rooms have a TV and en suite bath. Japanese-Western semi-buffet with Izumo Soba is available for breakfast.
How to get there?
From Izumo Airport: About 40 min by bus.
From Yonago Airport: About 35 min by bus.
From Matsue Station (JR San-in Line): About 3 min on foot.
By car: 15 min from San-in Expressway Matsue-Chuo IC.
Parking: Order of arrival. The hotel has 37 parking spaces and have use of 2 other parking lots. Prices are JPY 1,050 / per night. Please inform the staff at the front desk before parking.
Hotel Route-Inn Matsue
Hotel Route-Inn Matsue
Located near government and other public offices and Matsue Castle, this hotel is convenient for business travelers and tourists alike. Free Wi-Fi internet access, air purifier and humidifier in all guest rooms.
How to get there?
From Izumo Airport: Take a limousine bus bound for JR Matsue Station. From there take the Loop Bus to the Ohashi-Kitazume bus stop (about 5 min). It is about 2 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the San-in Expressway at Matsue-higashi IC and continue along Prefectural Route 21 for about 4 km (about 6 min). Then, take Route 485 for about 3 km (about 6 min). Head towards Kunibiki Messe.
Yujin Chiyo no Yu
Yujin Chiyo no Yu
This hotel has large communal baths, communal open-air baths and three newly opened reservable private family baths all with constant, free-flowing water drown directly from the hot spring source. Come and be refreshed in all 7 baths.
How to get there?
From Tamatsukurionsen Station (JR San-in Main Line): Take a bus bound for Tamatsukuri-Onsen from the Tamatsukuri-Onsen-Iriguchi bus stop to the Himegami-Hiroba bus stop (10 min). It is less than 1 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the San-in Expressway at the Matsue-Tamatsukuri IC and continue along Route 9 for about 10 min (about 5 km).
Notsu Ryokan
Notsu Ryokan
Reopened after remodeling in July 2016! New rooms with Simmons twin beds! Interiors updated in 15 of the rooms, as well as the lobby and restaurant. Enjoy a comfortable stay at this hot spring hotel.
How to get there?
From Matsue Station (JR San-in Line), North Exit: About 5 min on foot or about 1 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the San-in Expressway at Matsue-chuo IC and continue along Route 9 for about 3 km (about 10 min).
Kasuien Minami
Kasuien Minami
[About the Hotel]
Kasuien Minami is home to a breathtaking garden which ranks highly among 900 Japanese gardens as featured in the 2014 American publication, The Journal of Japanese Gardening.
Put on a kimono and enjoy a foot bath or hand bath while gazing out onto this beautiful, must-see garden.
Wi-Fi connection is available at the lobby.

[Hot Spring]
Tamatsukuri Onsen is an ancient hot spring, said to be the oldest hot spring in Japan. From the old days, the hot spring waters of Tamatsukuri have been said to improve the skin and relieve physical ailments. Enjoy a relaxing soak in a hot spring known for beautifying effects on the skin, just like lotion.
How to get there?
By plane:
- From Haneda Airport: 80 min to Izumo Enmusubi Airport.
- From Osaka Itami Airport: 50 min to Izumo Enmusubi Airport.
- From Izumo Enmusubi Airport: About 30 min to Tamatsukuri Onsen via airport shuttle bus (only 1 trip available).

By train:
- From Shin-Osaka Station: Take the Nozomi Shinkansen to Okayama Station (45 min).
- From Okayama Station: Take the Limited Express Yakumo train to Tamatsukurionsen Station (150 min).
- From Tamatsukurionsen Station: About 5 min via route bus or 35 min on foot.

A free shuttle to Tamatsukurionsen Station is available.
Please inform hotel staff of your arrival time. (Same-day request OK)
Fukumakan
Fukumakan
This long-standing hotel has been around since the Edo period. It has been a favorite destination for writers and performers. Guests staying here can enjoy the cuisine and atmosphere that comes from being located amidst the streets of a national park area.
How to get there?
From JR Yonago Station: Take the Sakai Line to Sakaiminato, and the hotel is about 20 minutes from the station by car.
A shuttle service is available from JR Sakaiminato Station and Yonago Airport (reservation required).
Hotel Ichibata
Hotel Ichibata
This hotel is situated next to Lake Shinji, with trees in beautiful harmony with the water. Guests can enjoy the picturesque scenery of the lake, Yomega Island and the Chugoku Mountains from the rooms or while soaking in the scenic view hot spring bath.
How to get there?
From Matsue Station (JR San-in Line): About 10 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the San-in Expressway at Matsue-nishi IC and continue along Route 9 for about 10 min (8 km).
Minamikan
Minamikan
This well-established ryokan (traditional Japanese-style inn) has been in business for more than 110 years, and was renovated in May 2007. Enjoy a panoramic view of Lake Shinjiko from your guestroom with observatory bath, as well as their garden beautifully arranged with white sand and pine trees. Enjoy tasting their special home recipe, taimeshi (rice cooked with shredded sea bream).

Notice of Smoking Ban in the Hotel
Starting from September 1, 2016 (Thu), the entire hotel will be non-smoking.
*There is an outdoor smoking booth at the entrance.
How to get there?
From Matsue Station (JR Sanin Line): Take a bus bound for Matsue Shinjiko Onsen to the Matsue Ohashi Kitazume bus stop (about 18 min). It is about 2 min on foot from there.
Izumo Kamigami Enmusubinoyado Konya
Izumo Kamigami Enmusubinoyado Konya
Tea is served by a lady wearing elegant long-sleeved kimono at the lobby facing the garden. The Japanese garden and open-air bath make you fully relaxed.
Adachi Museum of Art and Izumo-taisha are accessible from Tamatsukuri Onsen via direct bus service (1 bus per day).
How to get there?
By plane:
From Haneda Airport: 80 min to Izumo Enmusubi Airport.
From Osaka Itami Airport: 50 min to Izumo Enmusubi Airport.
From Fukuoka Airport: 75 min to Izumo Enmusubi Airport.
From Nagoya Airfield (Komaki Airport): 60 min to Izumo Enmusubi Airport.
From Izumo Enmusubi Airport: About 30 min to Tamatsukuri Onsen via airport shuttle bus.

By train:
From Tokyo Station: Take the Nozomi Shinkansen to Okayama Station (3 hr 20 min).
From Kyoto Station: Take the Nozomi Shinkansen to Okayama Station (65 min).
From Shin-Osaka Station: Take the Nozomi Shinkansen to Okayama Station (45 min).
From Okayama Station: Take the Limited Express Yakumo train to Tamatsukurionsen Station (150 min).
From Tamatsukurionsen Station: About 5 min via route bus or 20 min on foot.

By car: Exit the San-In Expressway at the Matsue-Tamatsukuri IC. It is about 10 min (about 4 km) from there.
Matsunoyu
Matsunoyu
[Facility]
Course meals prepared with seasonal ingredients are served at the Japanese-style restaurant Izumo. Indulge in second and third servings of dessert with the restaurant's dessert wagon service.
The hotel features a grand communal bath with a 2-story glass panel structure, offering guests a relaxing atmosphere as if they are right outside.
Guests can look forward to a refreshing time in the open-air bath, Jacuzzi, sauna, or the beautifying natural hot spring bath.
The open-air baths Ki-no-Yu, Iwa-no-Yu, Toki-no-Yu and Kame-no-Yu are popular among families and couples, as these may be reserved for private use.

[Hot Spring]
Tamatsukuri Onsen is an ancient hot spring, said to be the oldest hot spring in Japan. From the old days, the hot spring waters of Tamatsukuri have been said to improve the skin and relieve physical ailments. Enjoy a relaxing soak in a hot spring known for beautifying effects on the skin, just like lotion.
How to get there?
[To Izumo Enmusubi Airport]
- From Haneda Airport: 80 min.
- From Osaka Itami Airport: 50 min.
- From Fukuoka Airport: 75 min.
- From Nagoya Airfield (Komaki Airport): 60 min.
From Izumo Enmusubi Airport: About 30 min to Tamatsukuri Onsen via airport shuttle bus.

[To Okayama Station]
- From Tokyo Station: 200 min by Nozomi Shinkansen.
- From Kyoto Station: 65 min by Nozomi Shinkansen.
- From Shin-Osaka Station: 45 min by Nozomi Shinkansen.
From Okayama Station: Take the Limited Express Yakumo train to Tamatsukurionsen Station (150 min).
From Tamatsukurionsen Station: About 5 min via route bus or about 20 min on foot.
Ohashikan
Ohashikan
This ryokan (traditional Japanese inn) is known as the place Patrick Lafcadio Hearn (also known as Koizumi Yakumo), an international writer best known for his books about Japan (1850-1904) lived when he first moved to Matsue. Guests can enjoy matcha tea while listening to koto playing in the lobby. The guest rooms offer views of Lake Shinji and Ohashigawa River. The inn also has a large communal hot spring bath.
How to get there?
From Matsue Station (JR San-in Line) North Exit: Take a bus bound for Matsue Shinjiko Onsen to the Matsue Ohashi (Kitazume) bus stop. It is about 2 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the San-in Expressway at Matsue-nishi ramp IC and continue along Route 9 for about 10 min (4 km).
Hoseikan
Hoseikan
Located in the back of the Tamatsukuri Onsen village, guest rooms offer a panorama of the village. The hotel's Japanese-style courtyard provides a seasonally-changing landscape for a relaxing onsen experience.
How to get there?
From Tamatsukurionsen Station (JR San-in Line): About 8 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the San-In Expressway at Matsue-Tamatsukuri IC and continue along Route 9 for about 10 min (2 km), then the prefectural route for about 5 min (2 km). The hotel is 50 m after Yu-yu.
Mihokan
Mihokan
Enjoy the great view of Miho Bay and Mt. Daisen from all baths including the renovated large communal bath located on the seventh floor, and private rooftop open-air bath. Guests can enjoy Mihonoseki by having a breakfast at this long-established ryokan.
How to get there?
From Matsue Station (JR Sanin Line): Take a bus bound for the Mihonoseki Bus Terminal to the Manbara Bus Terminal (30 min). Then take the Mihonoseki Community Bus bound for Mihonoseki to the Mihonoseki bus stop (30 min). The hotel is less than 1 min on foot from there.
Ryotei Yamanoi
Ryotei Yamanoi
Enjoy large baths, a male open-air bath with an artificial waterfall, and a female open-air bath with a bamboo grove.
How to get there?
From Tamatsukurionsen Station (JR San-in Line): About 8 min by taxi or 25 min on foot.
By car: Exit the San-In Expressway at the Matsue-Tamatsukuri IC and continue on Route No. 9 for about 10 min (3 km).
Hotel Gyokusen
Hotel Gyokusen
[Hotel Info]
This hotel is well-renowned for having the largest communal bath in Western Japan, and boasts of a Japanese-style garden with rocks and pine trees. Enjoy a relaxing soak at the Iwao-no-Yu or Hinoki-no-Yu baths.
At night, torches are lit at the Japanese garden. Feel free to head to the garden and enjoy a quiet walk.
Every night from 21:10, a show featuring Shimane Prefecture traditional dance and the Yasugi Bushi folk song may be watched for free at the 1F lobby.

[Hot Spring]
Tamatsukuri Onsen is an ancient hot spring, said to be the oldest hot spring in Japan. From the old days, the hot spring waters of Tamatsukuri have been said to improve the skin and relieve physical ailments. The hot spring is known for its beautifying effect on the skin, just like lotion.
How to get there?
By plane:
- From Tokyo (Narita Airport / Haneda Airport): 80 min to Izumo Enmusubi Airport.
- From Osaka (Kansai International Airport / Osaka Itami Airport): 50 min to Izumo Enmusubi Airport.
- From Fukuoka Airport: 75 min to Izumo Enmusubi Airport.
- From Nagoya Airfield (Komaki Airport): 60 min to Izumo Enmusubi Airport.
- From Izumo Enmusubi Airport: About 30 min to Tamatsukuri Onsen via airport shuttle bus.

By train:
- From Tokyo Station: Take the Nozomi Shinkansen to Okayama Station (200 min).
- From Kyoto Station: Take the Nozomi Shinkansen to Okayama Station (65 min).
- From Shin-Osaka Station: Take the Nozomi Shinkansen to Okayama Station (45 min).
- From Okayama Station: Take the Limited Express Yakumo train to Tamatsukurionsen Station (150 min).
- From Tamatsukurionsen Station: About 5 min via route bus or 30 min on foot.
Tamai Bekkan
Tamai Bekkan
Warm hearted hospitality and delicious cuisine with seasonal ingredients. From the bath you can enjoy the seasonal changes of the garden whilst relaxing.
How to get there?
From Tamatsukurionsen Station (JR San-In Line): 7 min by car.
By car: 10 min from San-In Expressway Matsue-Tamatsukuri IC.
Yukei Kohan Suitenkaku
Yukei Kohan Suitenkaku
This lodging is situated near Matsue Castle, facing Lake Shinji, with eastern and Japanese style rooms and a natural onsen (hot springs) open-air bath. Please enjoy the freshly delivered seafood from the fishing port together with Shinjiko Shicchin (special local dishes of seven fishery products) at the restaurant, Shishokumitei.
How to get there?
From Izumo Airport: Take a bus to the Matsue bus stop. Then take a bus to the Matsue Shinji-ko Onsen bus stop, and it is about 3 min on foot from there.
Matsue Plaza Hotel
Matsue Plaza Hotel
Immediate access from the South Exit of JR Matsue Station. Wi-Fi is available free of charge. The hotel offers ample facilities and is located just a minute's walk to the nearest convenience store.
How to get there?
From Izumo Airport: About 30 min by hotel bus.
From Matsue Station (JR San-in Line), South Exit: Immediate access.
By car: Exit the San-In Expressway at Matsue-chuo IC and continue for about 10 min.
Matsue Urban Hotel
Matsue Urban Hotel
Just a 3-minute walk from JR Matsue Station, this hotel is convenient as a base for meetings, training, banquets, or sightseeing. Guest rooms are equipped with semi-double beds, spacious desks, and shower toilets.
How to get there?
From JR Matsue Station: About 3 min on foot.
By car: Exit the San-In Expressway at the Chuo Ramp and head towards Matsue Station. The hotel is on the southern side of the Kunibiki Ohashi Bridge.
Matsue Universal Hotel
Matsue Universal Hotel
This hotel features a free dinner service (daily-changing set meal), a free breakfast service (Japanese/Western-style buffet), and free large communal baths and saunas!
*Internet is available in the lobby and a portion of guestrooms.
How to get there?
From Izumo Enmusubi Airport: About 30 min via direct bus.
From Yonago Kitaro Airport: About 40 min by direct bus.
From Matsue Station, South Exit: About 30 sec on foot.

The parking structure can fit a total of 170 vehicles (JPY 1,080/night). It is first-come, first-served on the day (reservations not available). Depending on car model, size, and equipment, parking may not be possible. Motorcycles and large vehicles are not allowed. If full, guests will be directed to general paid parking within the city (not partnered, payment by the hour). The parking structure is expected to be full during consecutive holidays and events.