Onsen Minshuku Otsuka is only 5 minutes walk from JR Usami Station and just a few steps to Usami Beach. Usami is one of the most famous beach resorts in Izu peninsula area, close from Tokyo and Yokohama. This Japanese-style guest house offers a simple, comfortable, friendly stay with onsen (natural hot spring) bath.
After the onsen bathing, put on Yukata (Japanese light robe) and why not stroll on the beach only a minute walk from the inn. Or just relax in your room to enjoy the view of the ocean and the lovely hills.
Many tourists come from Tokyo to the Izu Peninsula area as it is well known as Japan's beautiful, relaxing resort with its scenic beauty and delicious fish cuisine available.
== Rooms ==
For 2: 3150yen per person
(room w/ a space of 6 tatami matts)
For 4: 3150yen per person
(room w/ a space of 12 tatami matts)
== Meals ==
Please ask for breakfast on the following day when you check-in. Breakfast (1050yen per person) includes egg, salad, seafood, rice and other delicious selections. Western style meals and special diets can be prepared upon request.
Japanese dinner (2500yen 3500yen 4500yen per person)features local seafood, sashimi, an array of tasty vegetable dishes and Izu local specialties.
Hugu dinner(5775yen 8839yen 12980yen 15750yen
Dinner can be ordered after your reservation is confirmed.
Breakfast can be ordered when you check in.
Minshuku, one of the Japanese traditional accommodation styles, is home for travelers with comfortable rooms and home made meals are offered.
== Activities in / around Usami, Izu ==
Within thirty minutes of Minshuku Otsuka, a variety of activities can be enjoyed.
Surfing, wind surfing, fishing and golfing, 'Pick-your-own fruit' farm.
And if this isn't enough, there is a cactus garden and a Cycle Sports Center.
== Directions ==
Walk straight ahead down the road when you walk out of Usami Station. Turn left when you reach the main road that follows the coastline. The hotel is about five minutes from the intersection. It has a large fish tank outside, and it's next to a small empty lot. You have to go around the back of the building to get to reception, so walk down the side street next to the empty lot, and turn left. The back entrance also has a fish tank.
Onsen tax is not included in the room fees