Shima, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Shima Hotels & Ryokan

Shujukan
This hotel's construction and atmosphere is perfect for individual guests. There are no customers visiting for banquets or in groups, so guests are ensured a relaxed environment during their stay.
How to get there?
From Nakanojo Station on the JR Agatsuma Line: Take a bus towards Shima Onsen and get off at Yamaguchi (about 40 minutes). The hotel is about 1 minute from the stop on foot.
Shima Grand Hotel
Located in Shima Onsen, a hot spring designated as a People's Recreation Spa by the government, enjoy 9 natural hot spring baths, some of which are shared with the hotel's sister hotel. All baths use natural hot water constantly flowing directly from the source.
How to get there?
From Nakanojo Station (JR Agatsuma Line) North Exit: Take the Kan-etsu Kotsu Bus bound for Shima Onsen and get off at the last stop, Shima Onsen Bus Stop (about 40 minutes). About 1 minute on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Kan-etsu Expressway at Shibukawa-Ikaho IC and continue along Route 353 for about 60 minutes (39 km).
Shima Tamura
A ryokan (traditional Japanese inn) with a 500-year history. Abundant natural hot spring water fills 7 different baths for guests to totally relax.
How to get there?
From Nakanojo Station (JR Agatsuma Line) North Exit: Take the Kan-etsu Kotsu Bus bound for Shima Onsen and get off at the last stop, Shima Onsen Bus Stop (about 40 minutes). About 3 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Kan-etsu Expressway at Shibukawa-Ikaho IC and continue along Route 353 for about 60 minutes (39 km).
Sekizenkan
Sourced by waters fresh from the natural Shima hotspring nearby, guests can enjoy delicious traditional Japanese kaiseki-ryori cuisine with ingredients that change through out the seasons - along with the surrounding scenery. The building is recognised by Gunma Prefecture as being an important piece of cultural heritage.
How to get there?
From Nakanojo Station (JR Agatsuma Line): About 25 min by taxi.
Mikiya Ryokan
Soak in a quiet Japanese atmosphere at this riverside ryokan. This hotel has just 8 rooms and provides seasonal Japanese cuisine which changes each month. Enjoy authentic Japanese hospitality.
How to get there?
From Nakanojo Station (JR Agatsuma Line): Take the bus bound for Shima Onsen and get off at Yamaguchi Bus Stop (approx. 30 min). About 3 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Kanetsu Expressway at Shibukawa-Ikaho IC and continue on Route 353 for about 60 min (30 km).
Toshimaya (Shima Onsen)
The hotel boasts a total of 15 rooms and 8 shared baths. Enjoy fresh cuisine made from only the finest local ingredients. A home away from home.
How to get there?
From Takasaki Station (JR Takasaki Line, Jo-etsu Line): Take the JR Agatsuma Line bound for Omae / Manza-Kazawaguchi and get off at Nakanojo Station (about 50 minutes). Then take the Agatsuma Line bus bound for Shima Onsen and get off at Yamaguchi Bus Stop (about 35 minutes). About 1 minute on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Kan-etsu Expressway at Shibukawa-Ikaho IC and continue along Route 17 to Route 353 for about 60 minutes (40 km).
Shima Yamaguchikan
A recently renovated ryokan (Japanese inn) situated in the Shima Onsen area, a location blessed by hot springs and woodlands. Experience genuine Japanese hospitality in this hotel that specializes in hot spring spas. Relax in the communal open-air bath or enjoy the wonderful scenery in private while soaking in the reservable open-air scenic bath.
How to get there?
From Nakanojo Station (JR Agatsuma Line): Take the bus bound for Shima Onsen and get off at Yamaguchi. Immediate access from there.
By car: Exit the Kan-Etsu Expressway at the Shibukawa IC and continue along Route 17 for about 10 minutes (6 km), then Route 353 for about 50 minutes (34 km) towards Shima Yamaguchikan.

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