A traditional, government-run inn overlooking the stunning landscape of Senkakuwan Bay
Senkakuso is a long-established inn with over 60 years of history, perched on a scenic hill. The dishes served reflect a meticulous attitude towards fish, locally caught in the Sotokaifu area, and allow you to feast on a variety of seasonal seafoods. Senkakuso is ideally located within walking distance of great fishing spots and the Tassha Coast. Loved by celebrities, including Dr Reischauer, an American intellectual, Senkakuso was named by Kazuo Kikuta, who wrote a famous book Kimi no Na Wa (What is Your Name?). The atmospheric furniture also evokes a sense of history.
- 1431-2 Himezu, Sado, Niigata 952-2134
- Telephone Number
- Official site
- Web URL
- Payment Methods
- Credit cards not accepted:
- Assistance in Foreign Languages
- Not available
- Price per night （Tax included）
- Half Board Package ：7,560yen ～ Bed and Breakfast ：6,048yen ～ Simple Package without Meals ：5,292yen ～
- Number of rooms
- Japanese-style room ：20
- Business Period
- Open all year
- Book Online
- Facilities and Service
- Banquet rooms, recreation room with table tennis, etc.
Toothbrush Shampoo Hair conditioner Bath towel Face towel Body soap Soap bar Yukata (cotton kimono) Hairdryer
- Transfer Service
- Available（Available from Aikawa. Please contact us in advance.）
- Available（Free WiFi internet access in the lobby）
- General Accessibility
- Not Available
- Satellite TV
- Not Available
- En-suite bathroom
- Available（4 en suite rooms, 7 rooms with toilet only, 9 rooms without bathroom/toilet）
- Transport Access
- Ryotsu Port Approx 60 by car
- Nearest bus stop
- Himezu Minami（Kaifu Line） Approx. 1 minutes on foot from bus stop
Points of interest near Senkakuso
- Heritage and Relics
Mearai Jizo (Eye Washing Statue of Bodhisattva)
The story of "Sansho-Dayu" is famous for the tale of Anju and Zushio. In it, the grown-up Zushio and his blind m...
- Outdoor Activities
Tassha Beach is situated in the scenic Senkakuwan Bay. The tranquil, deeply indented inlet is protected by levee...
There is a heartbreaking story called "Sanshodayu", which tells a story of maternal separation of Anju and Zushi...