This ryokan cherishes the hospitality and warmth only found in Osatsu, the town of Ama female divers and fishermen.
It features great access to sightseeing spots iconic to Ise-Shima, and guests to the lodging can enjoy freshly caught seafood.
There is plenty of great sea bounties which can only be found in Osatsu, the town of Ama female divers.
Locally caught seafood, Mie Prefecture's iconic Matsusaka beef, and vegetables raised by the natural environment;
savor all of these to your hearts' content.
Guests can also make additional orders for not only Ise lobster and abalone, but also Toba's grilled oysters, gourmet wagyu beef steak, and more.
The waters of Mie's famous Hakusan Onsen are also well-known hot springs said to have beautifying effects for the skin which will leave it feeling soft to the touch. During the evenings, relax while you gaze at the moon. In the morning, a soak in the bath while watching the morning sun rise over the horizon is truly superb. The private baths are also available for the following rate.
[Private Bath & Family Bath]
Single 40-minute session - JPY 2,000 (tax not included)
Ise Jingu Naiku (about 40 minutes by car)
Shinmei Shrine a.k.a. Ishigami-san (about 2 minutes by car)
Shima Spain Village (about 15 minutes by car)
Meoto Iwa (Married Couple Rocks) (about 35 minutes by car)
Toba Aquarium (about 20 minutes by car)
Mikimoto Pearl Island (about 20 minutes by car)
It takes 2 hours from Osaka via the Kintetsu Railway, 3 hours from Kyoto via the Kintetsu Railway, and 1 hour and 45 minutes from Nagoya via the Kintetsu Railway.
Good service and food. Though a bit of the way and secluded but a value for money hotel with good dinner