Toba View Hotel Hanashinju

A Japanese-style inn built on the high ground of Arashima,




If you are visiting Ise Shrine and Toba, please stay at our hotel in Toba.

Yūyū, an open-air bath with a stunning view

  • Yūyu is our hotel’s open-air bath with a beautiful view that offers an amazing sweeping vista of Toba Bay. From the bath setting, which projects out from a hill 10m above ground, bathers can fully enjoy an expansive landscape of Toba Bay.
    Fully enjoy the bath in the morning and evening while enveloped in the majestic gentleness of nature.

  • A rose bath    Soothing beauty and aroma

    The rose bath built alongside the open-air bath uses farmhouses roses that are gentle to the body.
    Leisurely enjoy the rose bath together with the exquisite landscape of Toba Bay.

  • Cascading bath

    An “utaseyu” (cascading bath) is also variously referred to in Japanese by terms such as “takinoyu”
    and “yuanma.” The cascading bath has a massaging effect and feels wonderful.

Suigun no Yū and Birei no Yū, large baths with a view

  • The magnificent beauty of Toba Bay that changes with the seasons is right outside our hotel windows…v The hot spring uses the alkaline waters of Sakakibara Hot Springs.
    Bathe in the hot spring for beautiful skin that is smooth and supple.

  • The spacious, open washing area has baby baths and baby chairs so that guests with children can bathe with peace of mind.

Bathing times and conveniences

  • the open-air bath, Yūyū.

    Bathing Hours : 5:00–9:00, 15:00–23:00
    Conveniences :
    Shampoo, conditioner, body soap, razors, shower caps, combs, hair dryers, cotton swabs

    Suigun no Yū and Birei no Yū (large baths with a view) 

    Bathing Hours : 5:00–9:00, 15:00–24:00
    Conveniences :
    Shampoo, conditioner, body soap, razors, shower caps, combs, hair dryers, cotton swabs

Analysis table of hot spring components

  • October 12, 2000; Osamu Nakayama, Director of the Institute of Health and Environmental Sciences, Mie Prefectural Science and Technology Promotion Center 

    Hot Springs Namet Spring No.2, Sakakibara Hot Springs
    Hot Springs Locationt 1317-2 Hanakake Aza, Sakakibara-cho, Hisai, Mie Prefecture
    Hot Springs Analysis Applicant Koichi Kawai, president, Sakakibara Sengen Kaihatsu Corp.
    Spring Quality Simple alkaline hot spring
    Bathing indications Neuralgia, muscular pain, joint pain, stiff shoulders, motor paralysis, stiff joints, bruises, sprains,
    chronic digestive illnesses, hemorrhoids, sensitivity to cold, recovery from illness, recovery from fatigue, and health promotion
    Bathing contraindications Acute illnesses (especially when fever is present), active tuberculosis, malignant tumor,
    serious cardiac disease, respiratory failure, kidney failure, hemorrhagic disease, serious anemia,
    general progressive diseases, and pregnancy (especially first and third trimesters)