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Hoshide-kan

2-15-2, Kawasaki

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  • Free WiFi
  • Air Conditioning

Important Information

==Meals==
We recommend that you have a Japanese-style meal while your stay here.
Breakfast: 900yen (order when you check-in)
Dinner: From 1300yen (make sure to order when confirmed reservation)

Payment by cash is preferable.

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Hoshide-kan is a Japanese ryokan close to Ise Jingu (Ise Grand Shrine). Its location is also suitable for sightseeing in Ise-Shima National Park. FREE Wireless LAN installed. Hoshidekan is the only inn that exists in Kawasaki town and the town is the heart of Ise, with its traditional streets and buildings. There is a famous Suikinkutsu (water zither) in this Japanese inn.

Both public bath and private bath are available to guests. Payment by VISA, American Express, Mastercard are accepted. We are located very close to the museum and beach and guests can also enjoy folk craft shops such as pottery.

==Meals==

We recommend that you have a Japanese-style meal while your stay here.

Breakfast: 900yen (order when you check-in)

Dinner: From 1300yen (make sure to order when confirmed reservation)

Suikinkutsu literally means Japanese water zither in a cave, because of the mysterious sounds made by droplets of water falling into a ceramic pot underground. Suikinkutsu dates back 400 years to the beginning of the Edo Era and is said to be originally degined by Kobori Enshu, a famous gardener and chagin or person practicing Japanese tea, and has been placed in traditional Japanese gardens since.

Kawasaki is a town associated with Seta-gawa River. The houses and warehouses line for one kilometer on both sides, giving us the image of the flourishing scenes of the former business center. The old buildings of a special architectural style remain in various places along the river. Even today, people continue to live and work in the old buildings, offering this area a vibrant atomosphere.

Payment by cash is preferable.

We are located near;

-Ise Jingu (Grand Shrine) 12min walk

-Historical local monuments in Ise Shima National Park

-Meoto Iwa - 10min from JR Futami Station

-The Ise Azuchi-Momoyama culture village- 15min from JR Futami Station

We are 7min walk from North Exit of Ise-shi Station, Kintestsu Line or 15min walk from Ujiyamada Station. Do not use the exits of JR Ise-shi Station, which is adjoined the Kintesu Ise-shi Station. Walk toward Ominato on the street from the North Exit.

== From Nagoya to Ise-shi ==

It takes 90min from Nagoya Station to Ise-shi Station by Kintetsu Limited Express and it is about 100min by Mie Express on JR line.

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Important Information

==Meals==
We recommend that you have a Japanese-style meal while your stay here.
Breakfast: 900yen (order when you check-in)
Dinner: From 1300yen (make sure to order when confirmed reservation)

Payment by cash is preferable.

Hoshide-kan is a Japanese ryokan close to Ise Jingu (Ise Grand Shrine). Its location is also suitable for sightseeing in Ise-Shima National Park. FREE Wireless LAN installed. Hoshidekan is the only inn that exists in Kawasaki town and the town is the heart of Ise, with its traditional streets and buildings. There is a famous Suikinkutsu (water zither) in this Japanese inn.

Both public bath and private bath are available to guests. Payment by VISA, American Express, Mastercard are accepted. We are located very close to the museum and beach and guests can also enjoy folk craft shops such as pottery.

==Meals==

We recommend that you have a Japanese-style meal while your stay here.

Breakfast: 900yen (order when you check-in)

Dinner: From 1300yen (make sure to order when confirmed reservation)

Suikinkutsu literally means Japanese water zither in a cave, because of the mysterious sounds made by droplets of water falling into a ceramic pot underground. Suikinkutsu dates back 400 years to the beginning of the Edo Era and is said to be originally degined by Kobori Enshu, a famous gardener and chagin or person practicing Japanese tea, and has been placed in traditional Japanese gardens since.

Kawasaki is a town associated with Seta-gawa River. The houses and warehouses line for one kilometer on both sides, giving us the image of the flourishing scenes of the former business center. The old buildings of a special architectural style remain in various places along the river. Even today, people continue to live and work in the old buildings, offering this area a vibrant atomosphere.

Payment by cash is preferable.

We are located near;

-Ise Jingu (Grand Shrine) 12min walk

-Historical local monuments in Ise Shima National Park

-Meoto Iwa - 10min from JR Futami Station

-The Ise Azuchi-Momoyama culture village- 15min from JR Futami Station

We are 7min walk from North Exit of Ise-shi Station, Kintestsu Line or 15min walk from Ujiyamada Station. Do not use the exits of JR Ise-shi Station, which is adjoined the Kintesu Ise-shi Station. Walk toward Ominato on the street from the North Exit.

== From Nagoya to Ise-shi ==

It takes 90min from Nagoya Station to Ise-shi Station by Kintetsu Limited Express and it is about 100min by Mie Express on JR line.

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  • Free WiFi
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