A recommended sightseeing itinerary,
using Seaside Satake as your base
for a visit to northern Kyoto and Hyogo
prefectures, is described below.
|2:30 pm||Arrive at Amino Station||Your visit starts from Amino Station on the Kyoto Tango Railway!|
If you inform the inn of your arrival time at the station, a shuttle will greet you here.
You can reach the inn in about eight minutes by taxi./td>
|3:00 pm||Arrive at the inn and check in.|
|After arriving, please check in at the front desk.|
|3:10 pm||Take a break in your room||You’re guided through the vast lobby to your guestroom.
Take a rest after your lengthy trip, in your room with a view of the sea.
(Some rooms do not have views of the sea.)
|4:00 pm||Enjoy the hot spring|
|Seaside Satake’s hot spring is Asamogawa Urashima Onsen. It’s said to have skin-beautifying effects and to aid in recovery from overwork.|
|6:00 pm||Time to savor dinner||Dinner is served, featuring fresh ingredients from the sea and the mountains, delicious Tango rice, and sake. Naturally, snow crab is served in the winter. Every meal is prepared with care using fresh, seasonal ingredients. You may dine in your room or in the Ajina Restaurant.
After dinner, it’s time for leisurely relaxation in your room. As the night passes, you may be able to view the beautiful starry skies, whether permitting, or the dreamy lights of fishing boats’ lamps on the horizon.
|Enjoy a healthy Japanese breakfast in the dining area.|
|10:00 am||Checkout, and sightseeing|
If returning toward Kyoto and Osaka, we recommend getting off at Amanohashidate Station en route, to appreciate the sights of Amanohashidate!
One of the three most famous sights in Japan, the beautiful Amanohashidate sandbar resembles a dragon reaching into the heavens when viewed from a higher elevation.