Matsuzaki Ryokan

Japanese-style Inn in Hakatajima, Shimanami-kaido, Japan



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Matsuzaki Ryokan

The inn with a characteristic atmosphere of Setouchi island.

Hakata-jima island is famous as a production area of salt in Shimanami kaido. Matsuzaki Ryokan is located in the middle of Kitaura area which has a characteristic atmosphere of Setouchi village. It takes about 25 minutes by bicycle from the bridge between Hakatajima island and Omishima island. On the way there, there is the point commands a view of the whole Tatara-ohashi Bridge. Few cars are going by this road, so you can enjoy cycling refreshingly. Of course this place is not touristy. The inn itself is 100 years old and the building has a nostalgic atmosphere as an old Setouchi house.

It is very clean and well kept inside the building. The clay wall of the living room which used as a dining place can hardly be seen today and has a nostalgic feel. Each room also has the same settled atmosphere. This coziness is definitely the good point of this inn.

The rate of this inn is reasonable and you can enjoy a delicate dish which used lots of Setouchi fish. An upgraded dish basically consists of fried stone fish, high quality fish of Setouchi, and rice cooked with shredded sea bream, so you can eat your fill of Setouchi fish. Sea bream in Japanese sweet and peppery vegetable sauce which is seldom seen in other place and well-seasoned rice cooked with shredded sea bream tasted very good. I hear that the master trained cooking in Kansai area when he was young.

A cheerful third-generation female manager is from Omishima island next to Hakatajima island. She clears the atmosphere of this inn. The sight that young men stayed on the same day shake hands with the female manager and fit in the picture together represents a feature of this inn.

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Matsuzaki Ryokan

Matsuzaki Ryokan

Room | Matsuzaki Ryokan
Though it has been renovated, the building is over 100 years old Japanese architecture. You can see the history of this building in the ceiling and the joinery. Guest rooms do not have private facilities, but settled Japanese-style atmosphere will relieve your weariness of the journey. There are 4.5 tatami mat room and a connecting room consists of two 12 tatami mat rooms (maximum capacity 10 people). We prepare the room based on your group size.
The master who has a training experience in Kansai area cooks a meal with seasonal foodstuffs with various cares. These well-seasoned meals are the main feature of this inn. There are two types of our dinner. The deluxe type menu consists of tasty Setouchi fish, fried stone fish and rice cooked with shredded sea bream, the representative Setouchi dish.

*Currently, we do not serve dinner.
Breakfast | Matsuzaki Ryokan


Matsuzaki Ryokan
This is a small inn whose maximum capacity is 19 people. Circumstances of this inn's opening is that there was a request for an accommodation when people exploited Hakatajima island 100 years ago. At that time, the place around the oldest shrine in the island (Kitaura Hachiman-jinja Shrine) was the central district though it has moved to other place now. Pleasant old building of the inn and street scape has a graceful atmosphere of Setouchi.


Services (per person) Rate
Hotel rate with breakfast included 6,600 yen


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Information    Matsuzaki Ryokan

[Accommodation] for 19 guests
[Number of Rooms] 5
[Hotel Rate(with breakfast)] 6,000 yen -
[Location] From the JR Onomichi Sta., 50 min. by car
Check in 15:00 p.m. Check out 10:00 a.m.

Matsuzaki Ryokan
- Matsuzaki Ryokan -

2065 Kitaura-ko, Hakata-cho, Imabari-shi, Ehime, Japan
TEL 0897-73-0248

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