- Ryoso Saka
A Suizu fisherman's inn with a beautiful view of scenic sites of Maehama Coast.
Ryoso Saka is a Japanese-style bed and breakfast run by a fisherman, standing in front of Suizu Fishing Port. You may enjoy well-established fish dishes and home-grown vegetables and rice, and when spring comes, a variety of mountain vegetables are also served. Fascinating is the traditional atmosphere of a fisherman's house, with a central pillar which has been supporting the house structure for over 100 years, paper doors and sea chests. There is a bathing beach equipped with facilities for camping, and the beach enjoys a great crowd every year.
Facility Basic Information
- 580 Suizu, Sado, Niigata 952-3541
- Official site
- Payment Methods
- Credit cards not accepted
- Assistance in Foreign Languages
- Available Free Wi-Fi internet access
- General Accessibility
- Not Available
- Satellite TV
- Not Available
- Transport Access
- Ryotsu Port Approx 20 minutes by car
- Nearest bus stop
- Suizu Kita （Higashikaigansen Line） Approx. 1 minute on foot from bus stop
- Price per night （Tax included）
Half Board Package 7560 yen～
Bed and Breakfast 5,940 yen～
Simple Package without Meals 4,860 yen～
- Number of rooms
- Business Period
- Open all year
- Closed Dec. 30th - Jan. 3rd and Aug. 14th & 15th
- Book Online
- En-suite bathroom
- Not Available
Shampoo, Hair conditioner, Face towel, Body soap, Soap bar, Yukata (cotton kimono)
- Transfer Service
Folklore Sea Strange Rocks and Bizarre Stones
Akagameiwa is a big, red stone of iron quartz, which can be seen from a bathing beach in Akagame Kazashima Nagisa Park. The rock has a hollow in the middle, and the shape resembles to parent and child nestling up together. "Once upon a time, when a fisherman in Suizu encountered a turbulent sea, a big turtle appeared, and the fisherman and his boat rode on the turtle's back and returned to the port. The turtle turned into a rock, and villagers named the rock "Akagame". The rock has this folk story, and there is a shrine to enshrine Akagame Myojin god.
Akagame Kazashima Nagisa Park Beach
The stretch of Maehama Coast has a beautiful, gentle coastline. The beach opens out to a scenic park, where gigantic rocks "Kazashima Benten" and "Akagameiwa (Red Turtle Rock)" lie. Just off the Sado's Ring Road, the crystal clear water and beautiful pebbles of the beach await for you, allowing you to have an experience as though you own a private-beach! There is a turf-fitted campsite within the park as well.
Akagame Kazashima Nagisa Park
The Maehama Coast and the surrounding area is a picturesque spot with a gentle coastline. This campsite is right next to a beach situated between Akagameiwa and Kazashima Benten rocks. The pebbly beach is protected by a seawall, which makes the walk on the beach easier. As the campsite is within a park, toilets are available all year, but the changing room and shower area are closed except during the opening period of the bathing beach. Please take your own litter home.
As the first lighthouse built in Sado, its light first flashed in 1895. Himesaki Lighthouse is the oldest, intact iron lighthouse in Japan. As a historical and cultural asset, it has been selected as one of the Top 100 Lighthouses in the World. The elegant, white appearance beautifully contrasts with the blue sky. The nearby Himesaki Lighthouse Visitor Centre displays valuable materials.
Stores where you can eat and drink nearby
Casual Eatery Kappo Japanese Fine Cuisine at a counter Izakaya (Japanese-style pub) Soba (buckwheat) and Udon Noodles Tempura/Deep-Fried Dishes
Soba (buckwheat noodles) Mozem
Mozem offers hand-kneaded soba noodles and soba-centric multi-course meals. The neatly cut, thin strips of soba noodles made from 100% buckwheat flour, are exceptional because of the strong flavour of buckwheat and smooth texture. You can choose from Sado-style soba drenched in soba sauce made from grilled-dried flying fish, or morisoba served with a dipping sauce made from bonito broth. A selection of dishes prepared with a little extra will leave gourmet palates satisfied and impressed. Book your seat by the afternoon on the day before your visit.
Casual Eatery Light meal
Pot stickers & coffee Oni Café
Oni Café is a coffee shop serving locally loved handmade potstickers, which were passed down from a longtime ramen shop after it closed its doors. Enjoy chatting with the owner who has a deep affection for Ondeko (deity [oni