SpotTokaikan

Tokaikan is a wooden 3-storied building near the Matsu River that runs through the center of town. Established in 1928, it closed its doors to guests in 1997 but reopened in 2001 as a sightseeing spot and home of several pieces of early Showa era (1926-1989) artwork. The baths are open again and many sightseers also opt for the 1km stroll along a path running parallel to the Matsu River with its view of Tokaikan and its contemporaries across the river.

Tokaikan

Access

7 min on foot from JR Ito Sta.

Address

12-10, Higashimatsubara cho, Ito city, Shizuoka

住所

静岡県伊東市東松原町12−10

TEL

0557-36-2004

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