This lodging is located in Ijika, which is known as the birthplace of ama divers.
Since you’ve come all the way to Japan, staff want you to enjoy it to your heart’s content!
This ryokan values that kind of hospitality.
Shinpachiya is located close to the Ijika Fishing Port, so not only does it have fresh seafood, such as Ise lobster and abalone, it has an abundance of mountain delights as well.
The hijiki mixed rice - which is served during dinner and breakfast - is also quite popular among guests.
Savor cuisine specially prepared by the head chef.
The lodging’s hot spring baths draw water from Sakakibara’s Hakusan Onsen, one of Mie Prefecture’s leading famous hot springs.
Enjoy open-air baths with views of the Pacific Ocean.
The lodging’s guestrooms all feature a view of the Pacific Ocean.
From Japanese-style rooms to guestrooms that have massagers and open-air baths, guests can choose rooms to suit them.
[Nearby Facilities Info]
Ise Jingu: About 45 minutes by car
Toba Aquarium: About 25 minutes by car
Shima Spain Village: About 25 minutes by car
Meoto Iwa (Wedded Rocks): About 45 minutes by car
Lodging staff look forward to welcoming all guests.
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please ask the property for more details.