Sakushima, the largest island in Mikawa Bay, is about 20 minutes by ferry from Isshiki Port.
More than eighty percent of the island is what the Japanese call satoyama, barely cultivated hillsides, rich in nature and dotted with rustic settlements from days past. The island is also famous for its many hands-on art installations and specialties such as large asari clams and octopus tako-shabu made with fresh seafood and vegetables. On Sakushima, you will find traffic lights nor convenience stores, but something far more precious: A moments of quiet and relaxation.
Isshiki Fish Plaza
Isshiki Fish Plaza is a shopping street lined with shops and restaurants offering an all variety of marine products, including fresh seafood.
Sakushima Hotels & Ryokan
Guest House Ichibei
|Hotel name / Ryokan name||Address||Tel||Remarks|
|Sakushimakan||Nishio Isshiki-cho Sakushima Nakayashiki 23||0563-79-1007||Facility details|
|Chidori||Nishio Isshiki-cho Sakushima Higashiko||0563-79-1008||Facility details|
|Guest House Ichibei||Nishio Isshiki-cho Sakushima Higashiyashiki 67||0563-79-1103||Facility details|
|Sazanami||Nishio Isshiki-cho Sakushima Kuboi 14||0563-79-1234||Facility details|
|Yukiya||Nishio Isshiki-cho Sakushima Nakayashiki 50||0563-79-1020||Facility details hotel reservation|
|Ryokan Suzukiya||Nishio Isshiki-cho Sakushima Nakayashiki 31-2||0563-79-1221||Facility details hotel reservation|