Considered sacred ground for mountain asceticism, the steep trail of Mount Mitoku climbs through a wilderness sanctuary, onto narrow wooden walkways of ancient temples, and into a spiritual realm ...See More
Speaking of accommodations in San’in, since destinations in San’in are spread out across a broad area, a two/three-night stay would be the perfect amount of time to enjoy San’in. Stay in San’in for several days and travel the region, retracing its history and ancient Kami (Shinto Gods) myths. Or choose a shorter trip and visit the number of highlighted destinations in San’in. In addition to a variety of hotels, ryokans (traditional hotels), and guesthouses to choose from, you can also tailor your trip to include things such as food, onsens, according to what’s essential for your journey.
*The prices shown are reference prices.