Elegance and solitude in one of Japan’s most iconic inns

Iwaso Inn

Close to the iconic Itsukushima Shrine and its floating torii gate is Iwaso Inn. Despite Miyajima Island’s many visitors, the inn remains a secluded sanctuary, providing privacy and first-class hospitality. This historic inn dates back to 1854 and, over the years, dignitaries, celebrities and even the imperial family have enjoyed its serene outdoor baths and traditional Japanese decor.

Enjoy a seasonal Japanese "kaiseki" course dinner made by top chefs and served in the comfort of your room. Relax in your "tatami" floor room, gazing through antique windows onto the forests and streams of Momojidani Park.


345-1 Minami-machi, Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaishi-shi, Hiroshima

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