Hotel Kazurabashi is located near Kazurabashi Bridge in Iya, one of the three most unexplored areas in Japan. This hotel sits on top of a mountain and is accessible by cable car. It boasts an open-air bath and local cuisine that you can eat over a hearth.
We will welcome you with warm hospitality and a view of a traditional Japanese mountain town. Please have a relaxing and leisurely stay.
One of the three most unexplored areas in Japan
We are located in Iya in Miyoshi City, Tokushima Prefecture, which is said to be one of the three most unexplored areas in Japan. The majestic nature of this area remains undisturbed.
Famous tourist attractions in the area include the exciting Iya-no-Kazurabashi Bridge, a suspension bridge that spans the majestic valley, and the Peeing Boy Statue, which overlooks the Iya Valley.
Please enjoy sightseeing in the secluded area of Iya surrounded by mountains over 1000 meters tall.
Take a cable car to the top of the mountain to get to the hotel's open-air bath.
From the open-air bath on the mountain, you can get an amazing panoramic view of the village of Iya.
You can enjoy seasonal cuisine made from the harvest of the mountains and rivers around a traditional Japanese hearth. The dishes are made with carefully picked local produce and filled with the history and culture of the area.
Please choose a room type that fits your group size and budget.
Tenjin room with open-air bath
Suite Modern Japanese and Western-style room with a bath with a view
Semi-suite Japanese and Western-style room on the top floor with a Goemon bath
Standard Japanese and Western-style room
Standard Japanese-style room
[Regarding food allergies]
Please let us know if you have any allergies when you make a reservation. We will use substitute ingredients.
In particular, we serve soba dishes such as Iya soba, so please contact us in advance if you have a soba allergy.
[For vegetarian and vegan guests]
We will try to meet dietary restrictions as best as we can, so please contact us in advance.
Cancellation fees will be charged as follows. (For groups of 14 people or fewer)
Yumoto Shin-Iya Onsen
Zentoku 33-1, Nishi-Iyayamamura,
Miyoshi City, Tokushima Prefecture