Mihokan Inn was built over 110 years ago in 1905. Long ago, the Mihokan area was a busy port town known for exporting steel. Many famous Japanese artists are to have stayed here, and the inn in filled with their novels, art and works. Mihokan Inn has both an older structure and a new building as well. Built by a famous skilled architect, Sukiyazukuri, the older building is a Registered Tangible Cultural Properties, making it a historical treasure. Breakfast is served in this older building. In the entrance way, take note of the walking path made of bluish stone and the pattern of stone laying. Staying at Mihokan Inn, guests are able to experience what it was like to stay in an old Japanese town and enjoy a bit of history preserved in time.
Guests are invite to enjoy the natural beauty of the ocean and Miho Bay while in the hot spring baths or from the view of the inn.
If you are lucky, you might catch a special view of Mount Daisen!
Mihokan have 2private outdoor hot spring baths on the rooftop, which are available for private use if reserved in advance.
Located near the tip of the Shimane Peninsula and surrounded by the sea on three sides, the fishing village of Mihonoseki is said to be a spiritual cape. Here, the son of Izumo Taisha's god, Okuninushi is enshrined at Miho Shrine. This shrine is the main shrine of "Ebisu," the god of fishing and wealth. The area surrounding the shrine is a power spot. With a beautiful coastal atmosphere and rich history, Mihonoseki is a lovely fishing village to spend a day in.