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Shimabara

The Shimabara Peninsula, a volcanic region in Kyushu (Nagasaki Prefecture), is where the 17th century Shimabara Rebellion occurred. This revolt worried the ruling government because it was led by Japanese Christians, a minority that was soon weakened and driven underground. Mount Unzen (Unzendake) is a series of overlapping, active volcanoes on the Shimabara Peninsula, and it is home to beautiful natural scenery as well as a number of hot spring resorts. Shimabara Peninsula is also the location of Shimabara-shi, a city of about 50,000 people. Shimabara Castle, as well as the nearby samurai street where three samurai houses have been restored and opened for public viewing, are the main tourist attractions of the city. The city is also famous for its hot springs. For more information about Shimabara please see our travel content partner Japan-Guide.

    Toyo Tsukumo Bay Hotel

    Style: Ryokan Hotel

    This ryokan is located in Shimabara, Nagasaki Prefecture - a 2 hour and 15 minute train ride from Nagasaki Station.

    Welcome to the Tsukumo Hotel. This Ryokan Hotel is located on the waterfront in Shimabara, near the active volcano Mount Unzen. There are 62 Japanese and Western-style rooms in the Tsukumo Hotel which consists of a 7 story ""Honkan"" (main building) and a 5 story ""Bekkan"" (annex). In Tsukumo Hotel's Bekkan, guests can relax in the indoor and outdoor shared h...

    Price Per Person:
    ¥7,000 ~ ¥15,000

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