This lodging is located in Ise-Shima National Park in Toba.
The beautiful scenery, which changes from morning to night, will enrich your heart.
The lodging values the 'spirit of hospitality' which is part Japanese culture.
Relieve your mind and body with 2 different natural hot springs with abundant waters, and creative cuisine prepared with ingredients from Ise-Shima to enjoy a relaxing and luxurious stay.
The ryokan's grounds feature 2 varieties of hot springs: the Tobamotonoura Onsen's Jyukou No Yu which sprang up in 1989, and Shin Jyukou No Yu, which sprang up in 2014. Jyukou No Yu is a clear/fine cloudy hot spring with a pH level of 9.5 and Shin Jyukou No Yu is a fine cloudy/milky spring with a pH level of 9.8. Because the pH levels are so high, the springs leave skin feeling really smooth. And, so that guests can thoroughly enjoy the hot springs, the lodging is equipped with large communal baths for both men and women, as well as various open-air baths with both hot and warm waters.
Toba in the Ise-Shima region is plentiful with bounties from the ocean and mountains - such as Ise lobster, abalone, Uramura oysters, sea bream, and pufferfish, as well as Matsusaka beef and other ingredients that are iconic to Mie Prefecture - throughout all 4 seasons. It is the lodging's wish that guests savor the tastes of Toba in the Ise-Shima region in the best way possible. With that sentiment in mind, the lodging fastidiously chooses locally produced items, and prepares each and every dish with the utmost of care so that guests can savor them via the lodging's heartfelt and attentive hospitality.
Meals are generally served in guests' rooms.
Dining in private rooms and the banquet hall is also available depending on booked plans and guestrooms, so guests can make their selection based on their needs.
[Access to Sightseeing Spots]
Toba Aquarium: 15 minutes by car
Mikimoto Pearl Island: 15 minutes by car
Ise Jingu: 35 minutes by car
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please ask the property for more details.