At the crossroads of Dogo Onsen and the 88 temple pilgrimage on the rustic Japanese island of Shikoku…
Roomsavailable throughout guesthouse.
Atmospheric Japanese tatami style private rooms
Individual lights, plugs and lockers in western and tatami dorm rooms…¥2700per night• Individual Lockers• Individual Lights• Power Outlets• Privacy Partitions• Heating/AC• Vanity Sink Console¥2700per night• Individual Lockers• Individual Lights• Power Outlets• Privacy Partitions• Heating/AC• Vanity Sink Console¥4500
singleper personper night¥3500
twinper personper night¥3000
tripleper personper night
Tons of common space, have a relaxing cup of tea on our raised tatami space.
Perfect place to catch the sunset over Matsuyama castle, complete with hammocks and swing!
Unwind at the end of the day with a glass of wine or beer.
Or try a local cocktail such as Fig Shu or and Ehime Screwdriver.
Atmospheric, private Japanese bath—
a great end to a day exploring Matsuyama…• Reservation required 3 hours in advance• April-Oct ¥500/Nov-Mar ¥700• Max 1 hour time limit, 6-9pm, subject to availability• Showers available 24 hours, free• Ofuro/ showers are on our basement floor
Professional kitchen, fully equipped with oil and spices, free coffee and tea too!
On the 88 temple pilgrimage, experience a bit of this 1000 year old trek through ancient and modern Japan…more info
Located 5 mins from Japan’s oldest, and most traditional, onsen.
We offer rental yukata and advice for novices and experts alike!more info
Original castle, tons of onsens, hiking, islands, museums and day trips are only the beginning…
Matsuyama Day Trips
Walk in the footsteps of Buddhist saint Kobo Daishi and experience Shikoku’s 88 temples through ancient and modern Japan.
25 minutes south of Matsuyama lie two of Shikoku’s hidden treasures. Kabuki theatre, historical districts, castle and one of Japan’s most beautiful residences.
One of the best bike rides in the world. 7 different suspensions bridges linking Shikoku to Honshu traversing 6 culturally dense seto islands.
Clear turquoise water, fine beaches, strange rock formations; this “jurassic park” island, located 20 minutes north of Matsuyama, also has friendly deer roaming around!
Highest mountain in western Japan, this sacred mountain is a beautiful, if challenging, hike in any season.
Plus…Imabari is also nice!
Things to do in Matsuyama
Japan’s oldest Onsen village is so much more than just Dogo. Foot baths, luxury spas and “jungle” themed onsens are all part of the package.
Original hill top castle, amazing views over the city/Seto inland sea. Castle park includes historical samurai quarter/park and prefectural art museum.
Short hike taking in part of the 88 temple pilgrimage, 700 year old Shinto shrine and castle ruins/samurai villiage reconstruction.
Tadao Ando’s Japanese-Russian war museum, 120 year old French building, haiku, indigo dyeing and modern art are all part of Matsuyama’s art/museum scene.
Shikoku’s traditional ceramic making area, with over 80 traditional kilns and museum. Also has a great zoo and children’s castle park.
Also…Ride Botchan train!
Located a short tram ride from JR Matsuyama,
7 min walk from Dogo Onsen station.