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Youth Hostel Taikoji

1659 E, Futami-cho Ise, Mie, 519-0602

    Hutamigaura was flourished as lodging to worship at Ise Shrine which is known as scenic beauty of rising sun. In Spring, we have Fuji festival there and big leaf hydrangea is very beautiful. From this Youth Hostel, it takes 10 minutes to Futami Plaza, Fu-fu Rocks, beach and a cultured community of Ise Azuchi-momoyama era on foot. It takes 20 minutes to Toba or Ise by bus. A hotel and a street of souvenir in Futami town has good and old atmosphere.

    Ise Shima Youth Hostel

    1219-82 Anagawa, Isobe-cho, Shima, Mie, 517-0213

      From this hostel, you can visit the village of Spain in 5 minutes by car. It takes 25 minutes to Ise Shrine and Toba.

      Youth Hostel Kumanoshi Seinen no ie

      2-13 Arima-cho, Kumano, Mie, 519-4325

        This Hostel can command Shitiri-mihama(beach) of Kumanonada Sea listed on the selection of 100 beautiful shore and there is the Shishi Rock which is a national scenic spot in front of the hostel. People call this rock Japanese sphinx. You can go to Hananokutuya Shrine on foot in 5 minutes, which people think is the oldest shrine in Japan. Also, This hostel faces a national rout 42, so it is convenient. In summer, we have Kumano Fireworks displays and you can enjoy the beach of Atashika and Odomari and excursion of the sea. You can also use a baseball park, gymnasium, pool and Athletics ground.

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