- Stay & Work Sado
Stay & Work Sado
Stay and work like you're at home.
A coworking space produced by Shimafumi, Stay & Work Sado is perfect for business, private use and workations. Stay. Work. Live. Enjoy your time to the fullest in the spacious 132㎡/1,423 sq ft space.
Facility Basic Information
- 822-1 Higashiodori, Sado, Niigata 952-1307
- Payment Methods
- Cards accepted VISA, MASTER, Diners Club, AMEX, JCB, Discover
- Assistance in Foreign Languages
- General Accessibility
- Not Available
- Satellite TV
- Transport Access
- Ryotsu Port Approx 20 minutes by car
- Nearest bus stop
- Higashioodoori （Honsen [Main Line]） Approx. 3 minutes on foot from bus stop
- Price per night （Tax included）
Simple Package without Meals 5,500 yen～
- Number of rooms
Western-style room with bed：1
- Book Online
- Facilities and Service
The workroom offers LAN, 55-inch 4K TV, and all-in-one printer
Toothbrush, Shampoo, Hair conditioner, Bath towel, Face towel, Body soap, Shaving razor
- Transfer Service
Dive Shop and School Freeway, Sado Branch
Dive Shop & School Freeway is located in the Sawata area in central Sado. They offer advice for everyone, from novice to expert. You can get your diving certification, through PADI licensing courses, after 3 to 4 lessons. Freeway offers personal instruction according to each participant's level and purpose, and provides introductions to various kinds of diving. You will be guided into the beautiful sea as it changes with the seasons.
Sado-no-Kakimochi Honpo produces and sells mochi and other confectioneries prepared only from Sado-produced ingredients, with a focus on individual flavors. The products of Kakimochi Honpo include persimmon mochi pounded with dried Okesa persimmons (Sado's specialty), deep-fried persimmon mochi, yuzu-citrus mochi, yomogi (Japanese mugwort) mochi, egoma perilla mochi and dried persimmons. The products of Sado-no-Kakimochi Honpo are available at Shima Marché on the grounds of Shimafumi on Saturdays and Sundays.
A 5-minute walk from Sawata Bathing Beach, Hostel Tatsumiya offers dormitory-style rooms, private rooms and and a shared room with tatami-mat flooring. For business or pleasure, please make yourself at home.
Shrines and Buddhist Temples Plants
It is said that Nichiren Shonin, founder of Nichiren School of Buddhism exiled to Sado, stood and chanted mantra on this hill every morning, after forced to live in Ichinosawa. The precinct is scattered with a bronze statue of Nichiren, praying to the rising sun whilst thinking of his parents at home in Awa (present-day Chiba Prefecture), Kesagake no Matsu (a pine tree which he hang his monastic robe on), a spring with which he rinsed his hands, and so on. Also, "Sanko no Sugi", a gigantic cedar tree over 1,000 years old (Sado City's Designated Natural Monument) stretches its branches.
Stores where you can eat and drink nearby
Tea House/Coffee Shop Bread Light meal
Coffee & Tea 2-2 (Two-Two)
Coffee & Tea 2-2 is located at a corner of Honda Cars Sado Sawata Brach showroom. Please order and receive at the counter before being seated. Specialty coffee brewed in traditional methods, and smoothies are popular menu items. Popular sourdough pancakes and bread produced by SHIMAFUMI, an affiliated bakery, are also on offer. You can alsomake use of FREESPOT wireless internet access.
Restaurant Fish Dishes Sushi
Conveyor Belt Sushi Benkei
Benkei is a fish shop-run conveyor belt sushi restaurant with high popularity for its unbeatably fresh toppings. Seafood caught off the coast of Sado Island caught fresh every morning is prepared on the day. Many fans within Sado and outside of Sado say this is the place to come for sushi. The taste of sushi topped with carefully selected seasonal fresh fish has earned a reputation. The foodies' favourite seasonal toppings such as "blackthroat seaperch " and "kanburi (winter yellowtail)" are unique to Benkei. The added bonus is that the price is reasonable. Benkei is always packed with men and women of all ages.
Casual Eatery Chinese Ramen Noodles
Ikebukuro Daishoken Sado Branch
"Ikebukuro Daishoken" established a great reputation in Tokyo for Tsukemen (ramen noodles served with a separate dipping soup). The master chef trained under Mr Kazoo Yamagishi, and was allowed to set up his own restaurant with the same name. He introduces the taste and philosophy of the master chef, Mr Yamagishi, to Sado. The well-balanced soup made from bones of pork and chicken, and seafood, and the homemade noodles taste authentic even for those who know the taste of the founder's restaurant. As Mr Yamagishi emphasized the importance of "pig bones, chicken bones, and the chef's personality," the set of noodles and dipping soup prepared by the chef's kindness and skill is delicious.
Casual Eatery Izakaya (Japanese-style pub) Set menus/Rice bowls/Kamameshi(hot pot rice) Grilled Skewers/Yakitori/Chargrill
Yajima is a casual yakitori (grilled chicken skewers) restaurant, which is a great option for family visits. It will meet your needs whether you are up for lunch or dinner, or having a party. The menu consists of filling dishes served in large portions, such as rice dishes using Sado-grown rice incuding kamameshi (rice cooked in a pot with other ingredients) and oyako-don (chicken and egg over rice), noodles, deep-fried dishes, etc. Yakitori skewers including the popular hand-kneaded chicken meatball (tsukune) is served at dinnertime. Tsugaru Chicken (cross-bred free range chicken) is slowly cooked over charcoal.