Stay at a Classical Hotel on a Lush and Mystical Island
Enjoy the pinnacle of Japanese hospitality in the heart of Ise-Shima
Travelers looking for an otherworldly experience need look no further than the Shima Kanko Hotel, a marvel of classic architecture renovated as a modern resort. Located on Mie's historic Shima Peninsula, home to Ise Jingu (Ise Grand Shrine), known as Japan's most sacred shrine complex, this luxurious facility offers modern convenience and hospitality set amidst the striking natural beauty of Ise-Shima National Park.
The Ise-Shima area is a national park, and you'll see why, as the hotel overlooks Ago Bay with incredible views of the neighboring islands. Enjoy the sunset over the bay from the hotel's guest lounge, and you'll feel as if you were transported to another world. Dine on fine cuisine at the hotel's world-class, award-winning French restaurant, and you'll understand why the Ise-Shima area and the Shima Kanko Hotel was chosen as the venue for the 2016 G7 Summit.
Visitors can choose to stay in the main hotel building "The Classic", or in the all-suite Bay Suites resort. Either way, you can treat yourself to luxurious spas, enjoy an abundance of outdoor activities, or take part in Japanese cultural workshops, yoga classes, and more.
Just 130 minutes by limited express train from Kintetsu Nagoya Station with shuttle buses available from Kintetsu Kashikojima Station (about 2 minutes), a singular escape from worldly cares is closer than you'd think.
Shima Kanko Hotel