This long-established ryokan has been chosen as one of the top 100 hotels and ryokan for 28 consecutive times, and one of the best hotels for 12 consecutive times.
There are plenty of sights to see around the area, it's convenient for guests to go sightseeing after checkout. The beach is so close, guests can head there in their swimsuits. Nearby tourist spots include the Mizuki Shigeru Memorial Hall (Kitaro), Sakaiminato, Adachi Museum of Art, and Mt. Daisen.
One of the secrets to this ryokan is its theme of "local production for local consumption," and as such, guests will enjoy a savory kaiseki cuisine prepared with seasonal ingredients found nowhere else. Guests will certainly feel the warm hospitality and excellent service they can only expect from three generations of respected proprietresses. [Hot Spring]
The hot spring waters of Kaike Onsen are made up of sodium and calcium chloride. In recent years, studies have shown that Kaike Onsen hot spring waters have rich skin-beautifying properties, and thus became popular among women. Have a relaxing soak in Kaike Onsen hot springs for good health and radiant skin.
Mt. Daisen - Also called Hoki Fuji, this volcano is located 20 minutes by car from Kaike Onsen. It is the tallest peak in the Chugoku region. Guests will be fascinated by Mt. Daisen's charm no matter the season, whether it's the fresh green leaves of spring, mountain climbing in summer, vivid reds and yellows of autumn or skiing in the crisp white winter world. The view from Masumizu Highlands is also breathtaking.
Mizuki Shigeru Road - a 30-minute drive from Kaike Onsen, this road is lined with bronze statues of 'yokai' (demons) that appeared in the anime Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro.
Tottori Hanakairo Flower Park - a 30-minute drive from Kaike Onsen, this flower park is home to the flowers of Japan as well as rare flowers from all over the world, the beautiful sight of which may be enjoyed all year round.