To make the hot spring experience perfect, stay at one of Kaike’s ryokans (Japanese traditional style inn). Visitors can relax the same way Japanese people did hundreds of years ago, with tatami-mats, futons, yukatas (cotton Japanese robes), and communal baths. One of the ryokans highlights is the food. Enjoy traditional, multicourse feasts called ‘kaiseki’. Kaike’s ryokans serve the finest seasonal food and local delicacies in your private room or at the dining room. Visitors are always welcomed with warm hospitality and excellent services at all the ryokans.
Kaike is also famous for being the location for having Japan’s first triathlon. Many people come from all over the world during summer to compete in this grueling contest.
The Kaike beach is also a beautiful coast that attracts marine sport lovers. You can have a good time Kayaking, swimming, or just relaxing on the beach.
Watching the beautiful sunrise over the Japan sea will be an unforgettable moment during your stay at Kaike.
|Access||Take the “Kaike-Onsen Bus” from JR Yonago Station
(Approx. 15 mins)