Shikoku island offers up an amalgam of majestic charms, from a rugged coastline and its beautiful Iya Valley to rolling mountains and flowing rivers. As a result, outdoor enthusiasts regularly pilgrimage here for hiking, kayaking, even surfing, while the spiritual-minded come for the 88 Sacred Temples of Shikoku. The culturally inclined enjoy historic castles, excellent regional cuisine, and the bustling Matsuyama, with its famed Dōgo Onsen Honkan, a 19th-century bathhouse built over ancient hot springs.
Nearest train station
JR Matsuyama Station
Spa & Recreation
2 pools, spa, hot-spring Jacuzzi, sauna, art gallery
Food & Drink
Traditional Japanese cuisine from seasonal local ingredients
A hyperfuturistic vision of neon and next-gen tech meets a place of deeply held traditions from Shinto to samurai: Japan beguiles you with its contradictions, spellbinding nature, and world-renowned cuisine.