I went to “Yukai Resort Shima Saichoraku” in Kashikojima. This area is a scenic place where there were many recreation facilities of major companies.
“Yukai Resort Shima Saichoraku.
I spent one night at Yukai Resort Shima Saichoraku in Kashikojima. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen Mie’s seascape.It’s nice. In the past, he was crazy about black sea bream fishing, so he often came to the sea around here. In particular, it seems that I often went to Gosho and Toba’s Matoya, and I often went to the Kowaura area, and then to Zamaura. In the Kansai region, we call it “chinu”, but it’s a fish that’s very difficult to catch. It is the sea of such Mie prefecture. If you look at the sea from this resort hotel, you can see the boats attached to the farming rafts. I can see the seascape like that.
■Joyful Resort is located in western Japan. I have stayed in Hirado, Nagasaki before, and it was great. It’s in Hirado, so it’s a secluded place with a beautiful view of the ocean, so are all the rooms with an ocean view? The purpose was to visit churches in Nagasaki, but I think he would recommend this trip.
*The official website of Joyful Resort is below.
The price is very reasonable…
This hotel has been advertised a lot recently and the price is surprisingly low, so I thought I’d try it once, so I decided to stay. It’s a so-called “Yukai resort”, but this chain or franchise, his hotel chain has a lot of unexpectedly large resort hotels, and the price is very reasonable around 10,000 yen. nice one! Then he stayed at a hotel of this name in Hirado, Nagasaki for around 10,000, which was very good for the price. The scenery, the food, and the baths were good, so I decided to stay at Kashikojima. But it didn’t go like Hirado for a moment. I feel like she had another thing about meals and hotels. The smell of cigarettes in the hotel room lingers a little, and I made a room without the smell of cigarettes in advance, but there was another one. In that area, the customer service is not well educated, and I think it should be improved, but even at ordinary restaurants, he has different policies for that sort of thing depending on the restaurant. I can’t say anything, but…
When I stayed at Kashikojima’s Yukai Resort, I was looking out at dinner, and there were tourists doing barbecue on the rafts in the sea below. I took a walk while watching. I was invited to eat with her, but she said no. I declined because it would be unrefined to be among people who are having fun among my friends… I had a feeling that a barbecue on the sea at dusk would probably be very delicious, but… I’m envious. So, I wondered where these people were staying, and when I looked around, I saw something that looked like an inn. He had a big raft so that he could grill at any time. I think it was rather large. I thought it was the people staying here. Rather than using a large facility, it’s okay to be small, so I guess he’s on a boat, or a raft is better. He has a very nice personality and he must be very good at fish.
After all, Mie Prefecture has the best sea view!
However, the view from the room was very nice. The surrounding scenery is old-fashioned, or rather, it feels like a quiet space between the mountains and the sea.The sea is also surrounded by nature.The sea is beautiful, and the sunsets are beautiful.The rooms are spacious and luxurious as long as they don’t smell. It feels like it’s quite high grade, but it’s a little old, but if it’s cleaned thoroughly and polished, it’s a room that feels like it’s going to have a certain taste. It feels like the material is good in a room that can be changed as much as you like. In addition, the facilities inside the hotel are also substantial, such as karaoke, table tennis, a reading room, a children’s playground, and a swimming pool. However, if the hotel becomes a good hotel, the price will naturally go up, but I wonder if that’s the kind of negotiation… The view from such a room was the best sea view in beautiful Mie Prefecture.
From Osaka Namba to Kashikojima, you can go by limited express train. I think it takes about two and a half hours, but the scenery seen from the window of the Kintetsu Limited Express is relatively beautiful, but it’s all about the mountains, but it’s a so-called rural landscape, but… very beautiful. When I arrived at Kashikojima, I saw a limited express train “Shimakaze” inside the station. The Shimakaze is a special train that requires an extra charge even on Kintetsu trains. I think it’s cool, the interior is pretty nice, and when I look on the internet, he seems to have a lounge-like room, which is really nice.
To introduce a place called Mie Prefecture, Kashikojima seems to have a lot of luxury resorts, but in the past, it was used quite a lot as a company resort. It is certainly scenic and the view of the sea seen from the mountains is the best. If you somehow enter Mie Prefecture from Toba and follow Pearl Road to the end, you will find Spain Village, and if you continue straight ahead, you can reach Kashikojima. It’s a place I don’t go to often, but what is Mie Prefecture’s Pearl Road neighborhood? I feel like there are a lot of health resorts for the common people. I used to hang around the Pearl Road area a lot, but I was really into black sea bream fishing, and I used to hang around here every weekend. To get there from Osaka, take the expressway to the Seki Interchange, instead of heading toward Nagoya, head toward the Ise Expressway. If you go to the end, you will end up in Toba, so enter Toba city and head to Pearl Road from there. If you go straight through Pearl Road, you’ll end up in a Spanish village… On the way, there are many starting points for fishing black sea bream, and there are many docks where black sea bream fishing is a business. I often went to the Uramura area, where there were many oyster farming rafts. I feel like I’m fishing. In Mie Prefecture, fishing spots are not limited to the Pearl Road area, but the Gokasho, Sakamaura, Shiroishi Lake area, Nishiki area, Kowaura, and the entire Mie prefecture are fishing spots.
The scenery is great everywhere, mostly near oyster farming rafts. Regarding these oysters, I think Hiroshima oysters are probably impossible to eat raw, but Mie oysters are delicious raw. This is where it gets really good. It’s probably much tastier than spiny lobster… In my experience, spiny lobster is quite expensive. It feels like it costs about 5,000 yen to eat one, but he doesn’t eat oysters that much. It’s so-called reasonable and delicious food. When you think about it, Mie Prefecture is a very big place, and I don’t go to the city centers like Tsu or Yokkaichi, which are the prefectural capitals. , I feel like I should choose that one, but what do you think? Oh yeah, Ise Jingu’s Okage Yokocho is also great, and the Akafuku mochi is delicious.
*I visited the Okage Yokocho area on a hot summer day. It was such a hot day that I said, “Shut up!” Recently, rather than visiting Ise-san, he feels that he enjoys the bustle of the people in the neighborhood, and that alone is enough for him…
* To go to Oise, first of all, it feels like it’s from Ujiyamada Station, but the construction of this station is amazing. It seems to be used when His Majesty comes to Ise, and it seems that there is a guest room for him and a room for him to take a rest, and the general public is off limits.