- Inn and Restaurant Minato
Inn and Restaurant Minato
An inn offering a treat of fresh seafood and a restaurant on-site
Ryoso Minato takes pride in its sea front location, and meals packed full of seafood caught with bag-shaped nets and caught at Takachi Fishing Port. You can enjoy a specialty dish "Ika Somen (literally "squid noodles": fine strips of fresh squid) served with home-made sauce at the restaurant on site. Nyuzaki Beach is located at a 5-minute walk from the inn, where you can enjoy camping and barbecue. The inn is also located close to the Ishige trekking route, and the entry point to the Sado natural cedar trees route. You can simultaneously enjoy the mountains and the sea to your satisfaction.
Facility Basic Information
- 1006-1 Takachi, Sado, Niigata 952-2214
- Payment Methods
- Credit cards not accepted
- Assistance in Foreign Languages
- Available Free Wi-Fi internet access
- General Accessibility
- Not Available
- Satellite TV
- Transport Access
- Ryotsu Port Approx 70 minutes by car
- Nearest bus stop
- Kanri Centre-mae （Kaifu Line） Approx. 1 minute on foot from bus stop
- Cars：30 Buses：10
Recognized as a SADOMESHIRAN [a shop or restaurant dedicated to utilizing Sado-grown products]
- Price per night （Tax included）
Half Board Package 8700 yen～
Bed and Breakfast 6,500 yen～
Simple Package without Meals 5,500 yen～
- Number of rooms
- Business Period
- Open all year
- Book Online
- Facilities and Service
Lodging, restaurants, banquet rooms, etc.
- En-suite bathroom
- Not Available
Toothbrush, Shampoo, Hair conditioner, Bath towel, Face towel, Body soap, Yukata (cotton kimono), Hairdryer
- Transfer Service
- Opening Times
- 11:00-14:00, 17:00-21:00
- Regular holiday
- Restaurant holidays subject to change.
- Number of seats
- Open for lunch, Private dining room available
This campground is set adjacent to Nyuzaki Sea-bathing Beach, which features a fine gravel beach and crystal clear waters. You cannot drive into the campsite, but there is a free parking lot. With the attractive variety of landforms, this spot is not limited to just swimming and camping, you can enjoy exploring the seaside and fishing at the rocky shore, too. This campground is spacious, but there is little shade to provide shelter from the sun, so be sure to protect yourself from sunburn.
Nyuzaki Beach is located in the Takachi area of Sotokaifu. The pebble beach stretches approximately one kilo metre, and the waters are amazingly clear. Some areas are rocky shore, which are known as a great fishing spot. A campsite laid down with turf sits next to the beach, making the combination a perfect place for sea-bathing and camping. Set against the backdrop of Nyugawa Valley, Nyuzaki Beach is situated in a fascinating natural surrounding. At the beach, you can enjoy a wide variation of outdoor activities, including sea-bathing, fishing from the rocky shore, and exploring the seashore.
Heritage and Relics
Monument to British transport aircraft
Shortly after the end of the World War II, a transport aircraft of British Royal Air Force "Dakota" made an emergency landing in Nyugawa of Takachi Village (present-day Nyugawa, Sado City) in January 1946. The villagers of Takachi, overcoming the hatred against British soldiers of former enemies five months before, made great efforts to make a temporary runway, bringing pebbles to the beach with the soldiers. Forty days after, "Dakota" took off safely. A monument stands to commemorate this true story in front of Takachi Elementary and Junior High School.
Shrines and Buddhist Temples Plants
Ishina Seisuiji Temple
According to the temple's book of origin, it was founded in 807. The spring bubbling up by the sanmon gate (the first gate to the temple) is the miraculous water of the inner shrine, Dantokusan, which is also the sacred mountain where monks practise mokujiki. 190 years after Mokujiki Tansei (a Buddhist monk enlightened in Sado around 1600), Mokujiki Gyodo, a nomadic monk, visited Sado in 1781-1789, and reconstructed a Buddhist hall in the area where Mokujiki Tansei practised ascetic disciplines. There, statues of Seated Yakushinyorai (Bhaisajyaguru: the Buddha of healing and medicine) and Standing Jizo (the guardian deity of children) were put up. The big ginkgo tree is Sado City's designated natural monument, and it is worshipped as a ginkgo of fertility, or a spiritual tree with healing effects for gastroenteropathy.
Stores where you can eat and drink nearby
Casual Eatery Japanese-style Curry with Rice Other
Kokumin Shukusha Kaifuso
The vast expanse of the sea spreads out before your eyes while behind you stands a backdrop of mountains encasing ancient cedars. Here you can enjoy fishing, sea-bathing and trekking as much as you like. A French cuisine chef, the master offers both French food and makes superb use of locally-sourced ingredients to provide a traditional taste of Sado. The sights and sounds of nature are an absolute delight: breezes blowing through the garden, fireflies flying around, crashing waves, and chirping birds.
Casual Eatery Fish Dishes Set menus/Rice bowls/Kamameshi(hot pot rice) Chinese Ramen Noodles Minshuku (Japanese-style Bed and Breakfast)
Guesthouse Senkakuwan stands directly next to Senkakuwan Ageshima Yuen. The inn is perfectly located for exploring Aikawa and Sotokaifu in the neighbourhood of Marine Park in Senkakuwan Bay and Tassha Bathing Beach. Guesthouse Senkakuwan treats guests to fresh, locally caught seafood including deluxe sashimi served on a ship-shaped platter for dinner. The guesthouse is a friendly place where tourists and locals can casually pop-in and enjoy menu items such as set meals and donburi (rice with toppings) prepared with special seafood.
Pleasure Boats Sea Casual Eatery Tea House/Coffee Shop Chinese Ramen Noodles Light meal Other
Senkakuwan Ageshima Yuen
Senkakuwan Ageshima Yuen is a tourist attraction of Ageshima Kyowan (narrow bay), the fifth most scenic spot at Senkakuwan Bay. From the observation deck, you can enjoy a dynamic, panoramic view. The surrounding area is a marine park, designated as one of Japan's 100 Scenic Foreshores. You can also enjoy a cruise around the bay, and the underwater world, aboard a glass-bottom boat (for a fee). On site, there are also an aquarium, which is home to fish found in the sea surrounding Sado, and a resource centre, which displays panels about a famous Japanese film, "Kimi no Na Wa" [What is Your Name?