Juicy Fruits

Japanese-style Inn in Setoda (Ikuchi-jima), Shimanami-kaido, Japan



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Juicy Fruits

Fresh citrus brought to you by a citrus farmer from the Seto Inland Sea.

Setoda (Ikuchi Island) is located almost in the middle of Shimanami Kaido and the island is a big producer of citric fruits, such as lemons. "Juicy Fruits" is a pension in Setoda. It's a white building located in front of the Inland Sea. The host is a citric fruit farmer and started the pension business to fulfill his wish to be close to customers and to have them eat his products directly.
The guests will find oranges in a basket, just sitting there at the restaurant, with a card saying "Help yourself". At first I didn't take any of them because they didn't look good, not well formed like ones at supermarkets. However, after I talked to the host, I took one. He says, "Tangerine oranges grown with low agrichemical don't look good and don't sell because of that. But they are better for your body and taste great.
After I tell this story to the guests, they start eating." Indeed, oranges are juicy and tasty regardless of their looks. It didn’t take long to understand the intension of the host. "Now my guests know about my oranges and I am sending my oranges after every harvest upon their request." I believe his words.

*There are times when no harvest of citric fruits is available, depending on the season.
Dinner is a full course of French, with rich sea foods caught locally and dressings using citric fruits. As the name says, the pension is filled with fresh juicy frits, i.e. floating lemon in the bath. Citric fruits and rich seafood., and beautiful sunset. Guests are able to enjoy such blessings from the nature of the island.

The inn run by the farmer may not be as sophisticated as a fancy pension, however it is clear that the host sticks to and values to what he believes is good for the guests.

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Owner | Juicy Fruits

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The guests can enjoy a partial view of the calm scenery of the Inland Sea from the windows.
Original French dishes using seasonal fish from the Seto Inland Sea await the guests in the dining room. Citric fruits grown at the host's farm are used for dressings and source. Enjoy dinner and sunset (depends on season).

*BBQ is also available in summer.
*Western breakfast is available.
Dinner | Juicy Fruits


The Seto Inland Sea is right in front of you and you can watch the sun set in the sea. Depending on season, the guests can enjoy dinner while enjoying the sunset.


Rate 1 pers. a room 2 -5 pers. a room
Hotel Rate with breakfast and dinner included weekday 12,000 yen 12,000 yen
before holiday and summer (17 Jul. - 31 Aug.) 14,000 yen 12,000 yen
Hotel Rate with breakfast included weekday 8,500 yen 8,500 yen
before holiday and summer (17 Jul. - 31 Aug.) 10,000 yen 8,500 yen
Hotel Rate
(stay only)
weekday 7,000 yen 7,000 yen
before holiday and summer (17 Jul. - 31 Aug.) 8,500 yen 7,000 yen
During peak season
(31 December, 1-3 January)
Only the service (with breakfast and dinner included, 11,000 yen) will be served.
The rate for children
(elementary school student)
9,500 yen (with breakfast and dinner included)


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Information    Juicy Fruits

[Accommodation] for 35 guests
[Number of Rooms] 9
[Hotel Rate(with breakfast and dinner)] 12,000 yen -
[Location] From the JR Onomichi Sta., 30 min. by car
Check in 15:00 p.m. Check out 10:00 a.m.

Juicy Fruits
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1233 Fukuda, Setoda-cho, Onomichi-shi, Hiroshima, Japan
TEL 0845-27-3959

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