A Taste of Traditional Japan
Through a Visit to the Sun Goddess
Reach Amaterasu's Ise Shrine by car in less than an hour
Resort hotel at the hills of
Shima and Matoya Bay of Mie prefecture
Feature of the Hotel
The Charm of Hotel & Resorts ISE-SHIMA
In the Neighbourhood of the Sun Goddess
Abundant in history and tradition, Ise Shima is a place worthy of exploring, if one wants to gain a deeper understanding of Japanese culture. Located merely a fifty-minute long drive away from the Ise Shrine, the hotel is conveniently situated for Ise Shima sightseeing. Not to mention the delicious gourmet food of the area that is also widely known as the “province of eating.”
Spend your evenings in the chic, relaxing environment of the hotel after a long day of exploring! The hot springs are also open for guests to unwind in.
The Province of Eating
The Ise Shima area is also known as the Country of Food, for its delicious cuisine, and abundance of ingredients. Through our carefully curated breakfast and dinner buffet menu, you can enjoy both local delicacies as well as a rich variety of Japanese- and Western-style dishes.
Japanese Onsen Experience
The hot springs in the hotel are sourced by Shinmisato. Shinmisato is also called the water of longevity, so make sure to take a dip! It is a healthy, alkaline hot spring, to be enjoyed in the open-air rock bath. There is a traditional Japanese-Style Public Bath indoors as well, and a sauna.
Tradition Meets Leisure
The Ise-Shima region is rich in history, located near the famous Ise Shrine, housing the Sun Goddess Amaterasu. It is said that this shrine should be visited by everyone once in their lifetime. Besides locations of cultural and historical significance, the Ise-Shima region also offers leisure activities. Read more about the tourist attractions of Ise-Shima in under the Tourist Spots menu!
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