Number of Registered Facilities/Groups 91 (as of April 2024)
Number of Registered Facilities/Groups 91 (as of April 2024)

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A traditional boathouse with the sea under your feet


Mihonoseki is a port town that is home to Miho Shrine. It had flourished as the port of call for cargo ships during the Edo period and the vestiges of that era can still be seen in the many buildings that remain. In a bid to utilize vacant property, the Mihonoseki Revitalization Council has renovated a former residence that used to be a boathouse into "Hashizuya," a facility that offers accommodation services. This facility not only offers lodging for a single night, but long-term accommodation as well. Artists and foreign tourists have also stayed here. As it faces the port, you can fish in the sea right before your eyes, take a walk around town, or use Mihonoseki as a base to tour Matsue City, visit the Izumo Taisha shrine, or cross the Sakaisuido Bridge to visit the neighboring Tottori prefecture.


Small mackerel can be found swimming in the waters here! Catch them and make delicious dishes!

You can see the sea and Mt. Daisen, the Mt. Fuji of Izumo, from the second floor of the residence.

The sea is right in front of Hashizuya and you can enjoy fishing at the wharf. Rental of fishing equipment and bait is available.

Fish and squid caught at Mihonoseki Port are shipped to various locations where they are sun-dried. This atmosphere is also unique to Mihonoseki.