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Hot Spring Accommodation Kashikojima Hojoen

Kashikojima Hojoen
A Japanese garden rotenburo (outdoor bath) that commands stunning views of the Ago Bay, especially in the morning and evenings.

This is a traditional Japanese style resort inn (ryokan), surrounded by the sea and Ago Bay where pearls are cultured. All rooms have an ocean view. One feature is the natural hot springs "Asanagi No Yu" and "Yunagi No Yu" using the spring water of Kashikojima Island, whose high-quality water makes your skin smooth while you soak in it.

Also from the garden outdoor hot spring you can enjoy the view of Ago Bay from so close that you can almost touch it with your hand. The morning view from "Asanagi No Yu" (male bath) and the evening view from "Yunagi No Yu" (female bath) are particularly stunning. There are many leisure facilities within the hotel, such as a bowling alley, a karaoke room, an aesthetic salon, etc. Dinner in the evening is based on seafood, which is served in Japanese kaiseki style.

Facility Outline

Usage Fee:Requires a Fee
Day Tickets for Bathing Facilities:Available 12:00 - 17:00
* There is a separate charge for use of the hot spring on condition that lunch is also taken (reservation required).
The hot spring cannot be used on its own.
Water Types:Sodium chloride, hydrogen carbonate spring water (low-tonicity, weakly-alkaline, high-temperature hot spring)
Foreign Languages Accommodated:None
Address:Shimmei 718-3, Ago Town, Shima City, Mie Prefecture
An example of guest rooms (a Japanese-style room)
An example of guest rooms (a Japanese-style room)
Garden Rotenburo (outdoor bath)
Garden Rotenburo (outdoor bath)
Message from the Facility
President & CEOYoshihiro Saito
Kashikojima Island is a resort area located in a place of scenic beauty blessed with luscious nature and plentiful foodstuffs. Making the most of this location you can enjoy guest rooms with an ocean view, the garden outdoor hot spring where Ago Bay feels so close, and kaiseki-style evening dinner using seafood that varies with the four seasons.
The staff look forward to serving you.

President & CEO
Yoshihiro Saito