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Koto-no-Takiso
Ryokan
Campgrounds&Bungalows
Susami
Koto-no-Takiso is a facility along a tributary of the Susami River surrounded by nature. The name comes from a waterfall that is 600 meters upstream. The main facility features western and Japanese style guestrooms, dining room and communal bath. The water from the bath is fresh spring water from the river that has been heated. There are log cottages which are especially popular with families during the summer months. Meals feature locally sourced vegetables and seafood from the nearby Susami port. And the meat is a local specialty called Inobuta, a half breed of wild boar and domestic pig.

Closed Wednesdays

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Sunset Susami
Ryokan
Susami
Sunset Susami is an older, larger facility near Susami beach, a short 7-minute walk from the JR Susami station.  The guestrooms are Japanese style with shared facilities such as communal baths and toilets.  The Onsen water is smooth and silky.  Meals are served in the first-floor dining room.  The hotel is popular with people who enjoy outdoor activities, such as swimming at the beach, cruising around on a rental bicycle, or going for a hike on a section of the Kumano Kodo Ohechi route especially the Nagai-zaka section.

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Hotel Bellevedere
Hotel
Susami
Hotel Bellevedere is a singular hotel complex south of Susami train station overlooking the Pacific Ocean—the views are spectacular!  It does not really fit into any sort of category but rather unique in its diversity.  The lobby is retro and laidback, most of the rooms feature lovely ensuite outdoor hot spring baths, and the food is a mix of western and Japanese highlighted with fresh seafood and a local meat which comes from a cross-breed of domestic pig and wild boar called Inobuta.  The communal women’s hot spring bath is often filled with aromatic roses.  There is a BBQ area, and sports park in the rear.  In a way it is a be-all-do-all complex for the local community and interesting stop for travelers looking for something unique near the Kumano Kodo Ohechi pilgrimage route—oh ya, and the views are spectacular!


Go To Travel Campaign

The Go To Travel Campaign is an initiative of the federal government of Japan to support the tourism industry which has been hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.  When you book via the KUMANO TRAVEL Community Reservation System (managed by the The Tanabe City Kumano Tourism) we are receiving the financial support aid on behalf of you and relaying this funding onto the local service providers. 

This Campaign in only for Japanese citizens or foreign residence of Japan.

IMPORTANT: Cancellation fees are applied as to the terms and conditions of booking based on the original price plan before the discount.

More information about the Go To Travel Campaign Please read this first before making a reservation request >>

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Koto-no-Takiso is a facility along a tributary of the Susami River surrounded by nature. The name comes from a waterfall that is 600 meters upstream. The main facility features western and Japanese style guestrooms, dining room and communal bath. The water from the bath is fresh spring water from the river that has been heated. There are log cottages which are especially popular with families during the summer months. Meals feature locally sourced vegetables and seafood from the nearby Susami port. And the meat is a local specialty called Inobuta, a half breed of wild boar and domestic pig. <br /><br />Closed Wednesdays accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 465 False Koto-no-Takiso koto-no-takiso
Sunset Susami is an older, larger facility near Susami beach, a short 7-minute walk from the JR Susami station.&nbsp; The guestrooms are Japanese style with shared facilities such as communal baths and toilets.&nbsp; The Onsen water is smooth and silky.&nbsp; Meals are served in the first-floor dining room.&nbsp; The hotel is popular with people who enjoy outdoor activities, such as swimming at the beach, cruising around on a rental bicycle, or going for a hike on a section of the Kumano Kodo Ohechi route especially the Nagai-zaka section. accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 437 False Sunset Susami sunset-susami
Hotel Bellevedere is a singular hotel complex south of Susami train station overlooking the Pacific Ocean&mdash;the views are spectacular!&nbsp; It does not really fit into any sort of category but rather unique in its diversity.&nbsp; The lobby is retro and laidback, most of the rooms feature lovely ensuite outdoor hot spring baths, and the food is a mix of western and Japanese highlighted with fresh seafood and a local meat which comes from a cross-breed of domestic pig and wild boar called Inobuta.&nbsp; The communal women&rsquo;s hot spring bath is often filled with aromatic roses.&nbsp; There is a BBQ area, and sports park in the rear.&nbsp; In a way it is a be-all-do-all complex for the local community and interesting stop for travelers looking for something unique near the Kumano Kodo Ohechi pilgrimage route&mdash;oh ya, and the views are spectacular! <br /><br /><br /><span style="color: #ff0000;"><strong>Go To Travel Campaign</strong></span><br /><br />The <strong>Go To Travel Campaign</strong> is an initiative of the federal government of Japan to support the tourism industry which has been hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.&nbsp; When you book via the KUMANO TRAVEL Community Reservation System (managed by the The Tanabe City Kumano Tourism) we are receiving the financial support aid on behalf of you and relaying this funding onto the local service providers.&nbsp; <br /><br /><strong>This Campaign in only for Japanese citizens or foreign residence of Japan.</strong><br /><br />IMPORTANT: Cancellation fees are applied as to the terms and conditions of booking based on the original price plan before the discount.<br /><br /><a href="https://www.tb-kumano.jp/en/2020/09/10/5874/" target="_blank">More information about the Go To Travel Campaign Please read this first before making a reservation request &gt;&gt;</a> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 435 False Hotel Bellevedere hotel-bellevedere
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