This hot spring ryokan offers the best of Shimane culture, from seafood to sake, tea ceremonies, and dips in baths—available both in the rooms and in the bath halls—fed by historic Tamatsukuri Hot Spring.Highlights
Tamatsukuri Hot Spring's skin-rejuvenating effects have been known since the 8th century. In the bath halls, the spring feeds a wide indoor bath as well as a rock-lined outdoor bath.
Every night, staff perform a piece of traditional Japanese theater depicting an Izumo legend: the hero Susano-o-no-mikoto defeating the eight-headed snake Yamata-no-orochi. The outfits are colorful, the dancing dynamic.
The nearby seas are full of high-quality seafood such as rosy seabass, clams, and snow crabs. Many of these ingredients are seasonal, ensuring that the meals change throughout the year.
KAI Signature Rooms offer a deeper dive into the local culture. Here, the room decorations are modeled on the ancient magatama beads once produced in this region, as well as artwork inspired by the river that runs through the Tamatsukuri Hot Spring district.
Café / Lounge
Spa / Massage
Check-in / Check-out
Celebratory Box（Reservations required, until 4:00PM the day before）
Private free parking is available without reservation.
- Café / Lounge
- Spa / Massage
- Public bath
- Meeting Room
Smoke-free property (smoking area available)