- Tabino Hotel Sado
Tabino Hotel Sado
A rest stop for travel and business, as well as a hometown base
Tabino Hotel Sado was established as a base for those who actively enjoy travelling. By incorporating ingenuity here and there for our guests' convenience, this hotel aims to become one of a new genre; a spot that suits guests' lifestyles by offering heart-warming service in a relaxed manner, not stuffy like a typical business hotel. Its great location at the heart of the island makes it a perfect base for exploring other parts of Sado. Tabino Hotel Sado guarantees a comfortable stay in a cozy atmosphere, complemented with Sado-produce-heavy locavore meals and large bathing rooms fed by Sado's deep-sea water.
Facility Basic Information
- 113-12 Chigusa, Sado, Niigata 952-1209
- Payment Methods
- Cards accepted VISA, MASTER, Diners Club, AMEX, JCB, UnionPay（銀聯）, Discover Datcha coin (local currency)
- Assistance in Foreign Languages
- Available Free hotel-wide and in-room WiFi internet access
- General Accessibility
- Transport Access
- Ryotsu Port Approx 25 minutes by car
- Nearest bus stop
- Kanai （Honsen [Main Line]） Approx. 2 minutes on foot from bus stop
- Price per night （Tax included）
Bed and Breakfast 7,000～ yen～
Simple Package without Meals 6,000～ yen～
- Number of rooms
(including 6 Japanese-style rooms with tatami-mat flooring and beds)
- Book Online
- Facilities and Service
Large bathing rooms fed by Sado deep-sea water, beds by Simmons Bedding Company in all rooms, 32-inch TV, toilets with warm seats and water spray features, coin-operated washing machines, microwave, ice maker, vending machines, restaurant, shop, viewing t
- En-suite bathroom
Guest room：Toothbrush, Hair conditioner, Towel, Body soap, Shaving razor, Yukata (cotton kimono), Hairdryer
- Transfer Service
2 round-trips a day between the Hotel and Ryotsu Port. Advance booking is required.
Shinsen Kukan Yorankaya
You can find locally-produced vegetables every day in one of the island's largest farm shops, Shinsen Kukan Yorankaya, located at the heart of Sado. Yorankaya boasts the widest range of processed products made from Sado-sourced produce, including vegetables, fruits, fish and seaweed, perfect for both daily shopping and souvenir hunting. There is a small dining space, too. Please drop in.
Minshuku (Japanese-style Bed and Breakfast)
Farmhouse Inn Ueta
Farmhouse Inn Ueta is an accommodation for one group per day/night located near Sado City Hall. You can enjoy the slow pace of rural life in Sado by getting in touch with nature of the sea and mountains, and experiencing farming or juice making (seasonal). You can feast on Sado's home cooked meals including Sado's stew and chicken soup. The inn has a washing machine, a refrigerator and fully equipped kitchen for self-catering, and is suitable for long-term staying. The taste of the "unrefined, cloudy sake", which the master makes himself, is also exceptional.
Sado Nyugyo (dairy company)
Sado milk is delicious with a smooth finish. Cows raised at Clean Milk Production Farm, which has adopted the HACCP system to ensure safety, are healthy, and can produce delicious milk with fewer somatic cells, an indication that the cows are both less stressed and protected from infection. Dairy products made with milk collected from farmers every morning, including Sado Butter and a variety of natural cheeses, have earned a high reputation. Tours to see the packaging of milk and the production process of pudding and yoghurt are available. (The tour takes approx. 30 minutes.)
Meiji Kinendo Memorial
Meiji Kinendo was founded by Ryokan Honjo, a Buddhist monk of Tokushoji Temple, to comfort the souls of Sado Islanders who died for their country in the First Sino-Japanese War, and is funded by donations. Later, the souls of the dead in the Russo-Japanese War, Japanese Siberian Intervention, and Manchuria Incident were enshrined here, too. A board inscribed by calligrapher Banko Yoshida with the words of Meiji Kinendo, is hung in front, and the hand-written notes of Field Marshal Iwao Oyama, Katsu Kaishu (a naval officer and mediator in the Meiji Restoration in 1898), and Marshal Admiral Togo are hung inside. A graveyard for Russian navy crews also exists within the grounds.
Stores where you can eat and drink nearby
Tea House/Coffee Shop Italian Cuisine Light meal Sweets
SHIMAYA CAFÉ was opened by Shimaya, which is a confectionary shop famous for Sawane Dango (sweet dumplings). It offers a great selection of menu options including original sweets only available qt the cafe, Shimaya's special hot sandwiches, pasta dishes made from Niigata-produced rice powder, etc. Discover the gems of Shimaya, which boasts 200 years of history. A variety of food and drinks made from seasonal fruits are also served. There is also a shop attached selling Shimaya's confectionary.
Casual Eatery Izakaya (Japanese-style pub) Fish Dishes Sushi Set menus/Rice bowls/Kamameshi(hot pot rice) Chinese Ramen Noodles Yakiniku (Japanese-style barbecue)
Hikino takes pride in Sado-sourced fresh seafood. They offer a wide range of dishes including sashimi, grilled fish, hand-shaped sushi, thick sushi rolls, and hand-pressed boxed sushi. Also offered are sushi sets of your choice with Chinese ramen noodles. Japanese-style barbecue cooked over an infrared grill is recommended. As the grill can remove excess fat while cooking, you can enjoy the enhanced flavour of meat. In addition, because the grill is smoke-free, the smell of smoke will not stick to your clothes, so Hikino has been a popular venue for women as well.
Restaurant Steak and Burger steak
Ekibasha specialises in steak and burger steak. The American country-style interior enhances your dining experience. The steak they serve is seasoned with salt and pepper only so that the distinct flavour of meat is maximised. The burger steak is made from 100% beef. Their homemade sauce enhances the flavours of meat. It is located right in front of the Kanai bus stop on the Kanaieki crossing and easy to find. Delicious meat awaits you here!
Casual Eatery Izakaya (Japanese-style pub) Creative Concoctions
Cuccina is located along Nakatsugawa Riva, close to the Kanaieki crossing. The menu offers a plethora of dishes including authentic pizza, pasta, paella, carpaccio, and so on. Every dish is prepared from plenty of local ingredients from Sado, guaranteed to draw out a "Buono!" from its customers. Offering lunch menus, reasonable set meals, party menus and a variety of original cuisine, Cuccina is loved by guests of all ages.