Finding an ideal family-friendly onsen hotel in Tosashimizu does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Ashizuri Kokusai Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
While staying at Ashizuri Kokusai Hotel, visitors can check out Tojindaiba Ruins (1.9 mi) and Unosaki Lookout (2.1 mi), some of Tosashimizu's top attractions.
Rooms at Ashizuri Kokusai Hotel provide a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
In addition, Ashizuri Kokusai Hotel offers free breakfast, which will help make your Tosashimizu trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you’re looking for something to do, Cape Ashizuri (0.7 mi), Hakusan Domon (0.3 mi), and Kongofukuji Temple (0.6 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Ashizuri Kokusai Hotel.
Ashizuri Kokusai Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Tosashimizu.
Pros Amazing sea view Friendly staff Outdoor Spa Cons Terrible wifi False advertising claiming bar Bland Overall I felt slightly disappointed, it has plenty going for it but also it fails to make the most of them.
Spacious room with excellent ocean view. Outdoor onsen is comfortable although small. Dinner and breakfast were good too. Our group of 6 enjoyed so much staying for one night at this hotel. Free parking available.
This is one of the better-known hotels on cape Ashizuri, popular with both domestic and international travelers. It has been around for quite some years, so the building and the facilities show signs of age, but there are a few points compensating for that, such as hot spring bath with views. I stopped here on the 6th night of my Shikoku pilgrimage road trip. Arriving after dark by Ashizuri Skyline road, I was a little worried about finding the place, but it was impossible to miss. The staff welcomed me and took me to my room – at the very far end of the long corridor, and the gentleman who was showing me the way actually apologized for that. I thought it was funny – and very Japanese, in a good way. I didn’t mind being at the far end of the corridor, at some distance from the tour group guests, and morning revealed another advantage of this location: an excellent unrestricted view over the harbor and the Pacific ocean. But upon my arrival everything outside the window was, of course, pitch black (cape Ashizuri is popular for stargazing, by the way). I didn’t have dinner included with my stay, so the futon mattress was already spread on tatami (usually they spread it for you while you’re having your meals). I headed to the bath for quick soak and then settled in for the night. I woke up very early next morning with hopes of seeing the sunrise from the window, but it turned out that the hotel’s location wasn’t ideal for that particular purpose. The angle was wrong, the rising sun was way to the side and hidden by a nearby mountain. A little disappointed (and reminiscing of once-in-a-lifetime sunrise I saw on Ashizuri some 10 years ago), I headed to the bath again and there was rewarded with views, perfect even without the rising sun – and complete solitude. Waking up early has its advantages, no matter what. Then it was time for breakfast – good and plentiful, but nothing particularly stood out, except that it was here that I found out how dried tuna fish turns into katsuobushi flakes (something I have never even thought of before). Fish comes as a dry, very hard stick, and you have to use a tool similar to jack plane where the blade is on the upper side – you hold it still with one hand and slide the fish stick over it with the other. So, breakfast was educational. Overall I had a pleasant stay there. Morning bath and tuna slicing was something to be remembered.…
We had a spacious room facing the Pacific Ocean. Kaseiki Dinner was wonderful with plenty of seafood. Upon check in, Ms Masami, was there to assist us. She spoke good English. She was also around the explain to us during the whole dinner on how to grill the Bonito fish, what is the name of each dish, which sauce to go with which dish. etc etc. She served us japanese breakfast as well. She was friendly. So far her English was the best among the Japanese we came across for the 10 days trip in Shikoku. Thank you for serving us.
The Japanese-style room with private bathroom was clean and comfortable. Room size was average. Basic decor. Nice ocean view. Tried both indoor and open-air onsens - good soak though a bit crowded. Dinner and breakfast were fine though not spectacular.