Sanbesou (さんべ荘)

Sanbesou

<<Restaurant Iris>>

You can enjoy delicious Japanese dishes such as soba noodles, tempura-don (a bowl of rice topped with seasonal vegetables deep-fried in crispy batter, or tempura) and kaisen-don (a bowl of rice topped with fresh slices of raw fish). The restaurant serves coffee for free after a meal. If you love coffee, you can order a cup of coffee sold by Cafe CAGLIARI (400 yen).

       Tempura don (800 yen)                                 Kaisen don (1,300 yen)

Other dishes:

  • Sashimi teishoku (A set meal of fresh raw fish) —– 1,500 yen
  • Tempura teishoku (A set meal of seasonal Tempura) —– 1,500 yen
  • Sanbe soba teishoku (A set meal of buckwheat noodles) —– 1,500 yen
  • Tempura soba (Soba topped with tempura) —– 900 yen
  • Oyako don (A bowl of rice topped with chicken and eggs) —– 600 yen
  • Curry and rice —– 600 yen
  • Child’s lunch —– 1,000 yen
  • Deep-fried chicken —– 600 yen
  • Chilled tofu —– 300 yen

Special drinks:

  • Cold sake “Iwami silver mine” (300 ml) —– 500 yen
  • Shimane wine (large) —– 1,500 yen
  • Shimane wine (small) —– 650 yen

<<Accommodations and bathes>>

Sanbesou has accommodations and hot spring baths. You can choose your room from Western-style bedrooms, Japanese-style Tatami rooms, semi-Western-style rooms, big rooms and barrier-free rooms (5,600 yen ~/ room).

Baths: There are various kinds of bathes. (a large hot bath, outdoor bath, sake cask baths, bathtubs in the rocks, bathtubs made of pottery, and even a boat-shaped bathtub…)

If you don’t stay overnight, you can still enjoy a bath but you have to pay 500  (babies are free, children from three to five years old: 100 yen, elementary school students: 300 yen).

                                                                                                                                               

Sanbesou (さんべ荘)

Address: Shigaku Sanbecho Oda Shimane 694-0222

(〒694-0222  島根県大田市三瓶町志学)

Tel: 0854-83-2011 / Fax: 0854-83-3151

URL: http://www.sanbesou.jp/   Japanese only but you can see some nice photography.

*24 rooms, two small banquet halls, three medium banquet halls and a large banquet room

written by Emi Y

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