Guests can enjoy the spacious large communal hot spring baths and be refreshed by the sea breeze in the open-air baths. With a cold bath and sauna too, guests here can experience total relaxation.
This lodging is located a 40-minute drive east of Takamatsu Station and a 70-minute drive from Takamatsu Airport.
The view of the Seto Inland Sea from the terrace is quite a picturesque sight. The appearance of the calm sea is somewhat nostalgic, and guests can lose track of time and enjoy a relaxing stay.
This lodging is a well-established ryokan that was established 60 years ago and is located on the northernmost tip of Shikoku. For large communal baths, there are the Genji no Yu and Heike no Yu baths. The Genji no Yu Bath is a rock bath. The Heike no Yu Bath has an open-air bath, and as the baths are switched between genders the following morning, guests can enjoy 2 varieties of baths.
Located nearby are Yakuri-ji Temple, Yashima-ji Temple, and Shido-ji Temple, which guests travel to on pilgrimage. And the world famous Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum (reservation required) is about 10 minutes away by car.
Dinner and breakfast will be meals at the restaurant with a view of the Seto Inland Sea. For dinner and breakfast, which are prepared with in-season seafood caught from Seto Inland Sea, each guest will be served kamameshi rice cooked in an iron pot.
A free shuttle to JR Takamatsu Station is available for groups of 8 or more guests (requires reservation in advance).
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please ask the property for more details.