Onsen RyokanPrivate Hot springs

Onsen Ryokan in Ise/ Shima/ Toba, Mie - Private Onsen

Japanese accommodation / hotel with private hot spring bath



Ise Ryokan

Room with private open air bath

This accommodation have chartered private open air baths. These are pottery or traditional Japanese cypress wooden bathtubs (Hinoki Buro). There are also public outdoor baths, saunas, sports facilities.

Approx. 15 minutes by car from this accommodation to Ise Grand Shrine (Ise Jingu).

Approx. 15 minutes by taxi from Ujiyamada Station on the Kintetsu Yamada Line. Shuttle service is available from Ujiyamada Station. An advance reservation is required.



Ise Shima Onsen

Room with private open air bath

The onsen ryokan is located in a remote island. All guest rooms have private open air hot springs with the view of Matoya Bay. The guests can enjoy chartered private onsen, large communal baths with sunrise view, or garden view at the main building / Kazamachi no Yu Fukujuso.

15 minutes by car from Shima Marine Land Aquarium, Shima Spain Village.

15 minutes drive from Ugata Station on the Kintetsu Shima Line to Watakanotosenba. 3 minutes by local ship from Watakanotosenba.


Oyado The Earth

Toba Onsen

Room with private open air bath

This hideaway japanese style inn is located on the headland surrounded by primeval forest of nearly 180,000 square meters. The guests can relax with the dynamic view of the ocean, the sound of the waves and the scent from the sea, the woods... All guestrooms are suites. Some facilities are designed in environmentally friendly. There is an observatory deck to feel the magnificent nature. To Ise grand shrine : From Toba station to Isuzugawa sta. on Kintetsu toba line (Approx. 12min.) The Ise shrine is approx. 15min. drive from there by taxi.

Approx. 35 min drive from Toba station on Kintetsu railway.

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Hot springs / Onsen Tips

The first rule of onsen hot springs etiquette is that swimsuits are not allowed. If the thought of being naked worries you, or for those guests who feel reluctant to bathe in the presence of others, we recommend choosing accommodations with private onsen such as chartered family outdoor baths (reservations required) or guest rooms with open-air baths.

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