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Yunotsu, Shimane

Shimane Prefecture is located along the Sea of Japan coastline in western Japan. The capital city is Matsue and the city is known for Matsue Castle (completed in 1611), one of the few original castles in Japan. North of Matsue Castle lies a row of former samurai residences which are open to the public. Also located among the samurai residences is the former home of Lafcadio Hearn who was one of the first authors to introduce Japan to the Western world. Another one of Shimane Prefecture's historical attractions is Izumo Taisha, Japan's oldest shrine. Izumo Taisha is considered Japan's second most important shrine after Ise Jingu. Shimane Prefecture also boasts over 50 hot springs for visitors to enjoy.

    Yunotsu Onsen Masuya

    Style: Traditional Ryokan

    Welcome to Yunotsu Onsen Masuya. This Traditional Ryokan is a well preserved wooden building that was originally built in 1905. There are 7 Japanese style rooms and 1 Western style room, and 5 of the rooms have private toilets while 3 of the rooms (including the Western style room) have private toilets and baths (not hot spring baths). There are 2 indoor hot spring baths, as well as a massage chair in the bath area. Traditional Japanese food, including sea bream, is served to guests at Yu...

    Price Per Person:
    ¥10,000 ~ ¥15,000

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