- Shiozu no Sato
Shiozu no Sato
An inn with excellent access and great rapport, located in Mano
Shiozu no Sato stands on open ground in the heights overlooking Mano Bay. It has a spacious front garden where you can enjoy camping or a barbecue, and is ideal for school trips, sports training camps, and other excursions. In addition, Shiozu no Sato offers opportunities for a variety of activities on the themes of food and marine leisure, including noroma puppet painting, and stonework, among others. A base for exploration in Sado or relaxation, Shiozu no Sato is accommodation offering hands-on experiences, suitable for a variety of purposes.
Facility Basic Information
- 38 Senago, Sado, Niigata 952-0316
- Payment Methods
- Cards accepted VISA, MASTER, Diners Club, AMEX, JCB, UnionPay（銀聯） Datcha coin (local currency)
- Assistance in Foreign Languages
- Available Free Wi-Fi internet access
- General Accessibility
- Available In part. A wheelchair user-friendly restroom is available.
- Satellite TV
- Not Available
- No Pets permitted in log cabins only
- Transport Access
- Ryotsu Port Approx 30 minutes by car
- Nearest bus stop
- Senagou （Ogi Line） Approx. 3 minutes on foot from bus stop
- Cars：30 Buses：10
About a 30-minute drive from Ogi Port
- Opening Times
Open every day
- Hands-on Experience Prices
- Workshops include noroma puppet painting, noh theatre mask painting, soba (buckwheat noodles) making, okoshi-gata (wooden mold for traditional sweets) making, etc. Workshop fee /from 1,375JPY
- Required Please reserve a day in advance.
- Facilities and Service
- Campsite, barbecue house, log house, practical room, seminar room, training room, gift shop, etc.
- Price per night （Tax excluded）
Half Board Package 8,000 yen～
Bed and Breakfast 6,000 yen～
Simple Package without Meals 5,000 yen～
- Number of rooms
- Business Period
- Open all year
- Closed for a few days before and after the New Year's
- Facilities and Service
Campsite, barbecue house, log house, practical room, seminar room, training room, gift shop, etc.
- En-suite bathroom
- Not Available
Toothbrush, Shampoo, Hair conditioner, Bath towel, Face towel, Body soap, Soap bar, Shaving razor, Yukata (cotton kimono), Hairdryer
- Transfer Service
- Health Benefits
- Considered to be beneficial for recovery from fatigue, heat rash, dry skin, stiff shoulders, neuralgia, cracked skin, rheumatism, frostbite, and lower back pain.
- Use of bathing facilities only
- Bath fees
- Adults: 300JPY / Children: 200JPY
- Hot Spring quality
- Artificial hot spring using maifan stones
- Hot Spring temperature
Stone Cuddling Plum (Ishidaki no Ume)
This plum tree can be found in the garden of a privately-owned house located en route to Mano Gogyo Mausoleum. The site is believed to have been the residence of the descendants of an Imperial palanquin bearer who served Emperor Juntoku when he moved to Sado. The plum tree is thought to have been planted by the Emperor, himself. Estimated at about 750 years old, the tree appears to be holding the large stone at its base and it is thus called "Stone Cuddling Plum." Fresh pale pink flowers come into bloom around mid-March every year.
Pension Nagakura is a family-run pension located close to tourist attractions such as Mano Imperial Mausoleum, Sado Rekishi Densetsukan ( history museum), and a sake brewery. The pension is amazingly surrounded by lush greenery with Mano Park, a famous cherry blossom viewing spot, in its background. Because we offer rental car and bike services, Pension Nagakura is a perfect base for your travel in Sado. Reasonable prices appeal to both business-oriented guests and young travellers.
Mano Kanko Centre
Mano Kanko Centre is located next to Mano Imperial Mausoleum, and houses a variety of Sado specialties, such as Mumyoiyaki potteries, various sweets, and local Japanese sake. Sado red stones (akadama-ishi) are stones produced in Sado that are highly-prized for their colour, and are displayed at both the Imperial Palace and Ise Jingu Shrine. The stones are exhibited and sold at the Red Stone Garden, scattered with beautifully shiny stones. Meals are available for groups of visitors only, but any visitor can make use of the tea lounge with its view of the Osado Mountains and Mano Bay.
Toki no Sato Golf Club
Toki no Sato Golf Club has the only authentic course with eighteen holes in Sado. On the outward nine overlooking Mano Bay, the swells and slops add more excitement. The inward nine with a variety of undulating fairways features the tricky layout dotted with bunkers and trees. The club house is in a great location on the hill top of the Kosado mountains.
Casual Eatery Fish Dishes Sushi Set menus/Rice bowls/Kamameshi(hot pot rice) Minshuku (Japanese-style Bed and Breakfast)
Guest House with Sushi Nagahamaso Sakanadojo
Nagahamaso is a guest house located on the way to Ogi along the sea from Mano. It is in a great location with Mano Bay as its backdrop. Its changing menu reflects the day's catch and enjoys a good reputation. Ask about the economy-package for business use. The attached restaurant features a large fish tank that keeps abalones, turban shellfish, flatfish, and so on, alive! Lunch and dinner are served for both guests and non-guests.
Tea House/Coffee Shop Bread Light meal Sweets
SHIMAFUMI is highly regarded for its homemade sourdough bread, cakes made from scrupulously selected ingredients and other food menus. Their recommendations include hot sandwiches with special bread and bagel sandwiches. The seaside location with wide open spaces complements the food. Enjoy tea alfresco on the refreshing and stylish terrace if the weather is fine.
Casual Eatery Fish Dishes Set menus/Rice bowls/Kamameshi(hot pot rice)
Oshokujidokoro Yuzuru (within Sado Rekishi Densetsukan [Sado History and Legend Museum])
Yuzuru is a restaurant located in the Sado Rekishi Densetsukan. The restaurant is built so it looks like it floats on a pond, where you can enjoy an elegant dining experience whilst viewing swimming carps and the Japanese garden. They are proud of dishes made from fresh seafood, especially their kaisendon, a bowl of rice with sumptuous toppings of seasonal seafood, is filling and recommended. Sado-harvested Koshihikari rice has earned popularity too. Visitors to the Sado Rekishi Densetsukan and non-visitors can both visit the Yuzuru restaurant.