Welcome to Oishiya

Modern ryokan in Ise Shima National Park

Oishiya is a modern ryokan (traditional hotel) located in Futaminoura, a small beachside town within Ise Shima National Park. The famous Meoto-iwa or the Wedded Rocks are right in front of the hotel. Japanese people have enjoyed watching the sunrise over these rocks since old times. Other nearby attractions include Ise Jingu (a grand Shinto shrine complex), Okage Yokocho (Edo-period townscape), Ise Azuchi Momoyama Bunkamura (Sengoku-period theme park) and Mikimoto Pearl Island (the home of Mikimoto pearls).

Oishiya was established in 1887 and completely renovated in the fall of 2001. The inside of the hotel including the halls is covered with tatami mats so that guests can walk around with bare feet like a real Japanese home.

Each guest room offers a view of either the ocean or the mountains. A full view of the ocean can be seen from the large mineral spring baths. We have outdoor baths and saunas as well. Two new baths are available on a private basis without additional charge. Soak yourself and relax to the fresh smell of wood. After bath, drink a cold local beer.

For dinner, enjoy charbroiled seafood and traditional Japanese food in your guest rooms. For drinks, we have Nagano's sake and rare Shochu vodka from Kumamoto.

Come and spend your vacation in the Japanese way.

Oishiya

Lobby

Guest Room

Free pickup service is available from JR Futaminoura Station and from the Futaminoura Omotesando bus stop (Mie Kotsu Bus). Call us when you arrive at the station. It takes 3 minutes to the hotel by car and 15 minutes on foot.

Map

By Train:
15 minute walk from JR Futaminoura Station, or 15 minute taxi ride from Kintetsu Ujiyamada Station.

By Car:
Take Ise Expressway to Ise Exit. Then take Ise Futami Toba Line to Futami JCT and continue on Route 42. Oishiya is 3 minutes away.

By CAN Bus:
Get a day pass or two-day pass to tour both Futami and Ise areas.
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By Ferry:
55 minutes from Irago to Toba; 100 minutes from Tokoname to Toba. Take a ferry if you are driving from Kanto area. It takes less time than driving through Nagoya.
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