Introducing activities to get you closer to Shima's natural environment.
Interact with locals for an even more memorable trip. With Ise-Shima National Park in our backyard, this is your change to get closer to nature.
Ise-Shima National Park
Japan's 13th national park, and the first to be designated after World War II
Formally designated in November 1946, Ise-Shima National Park is Japan's 13th national park, and the first to be designated after World War II. Stretching 50 km east-west and 40 km north-south, the park includes the forests of Ise Shrine, land from three cities and one town, making it Japan's largest national park in terms of permanent residents (approximately 100,000). The city of Shima, in which Shima Kanko Hotel is located, is almost entirely part of this national park. Long ago, it was a culturally important city that provided food to the imperial court; ever since then, it has been considered an historic region in which residents live in harmony with nature.
The "star sommeliers" will guide you through the night skies of Kashikojima.
Soak in the Kashikojima night sky with new friends after dinner. "Star sommeliers" will make sure you don't miss anything.
See the sights in Ise-Shima from a sightseeing taxi.
Experienced drivers guide you around Ise-Shima, making your trip even more enjoyable. Ask the front desk for details.
Pedal leisurely around Ise-Shima.
Mountain bikes available.