Kyoto by the Sea

Taiza Onsen Sumihei

  • Traditional inns (ryokan)
  • All Non-Smoking
  • Onsen/Public bath
  • Shuttle

Sumihei is a private inn with 19 rooms, overlooking the stunning ocean views of the San'in Kaigan Geopark here in Taiza, which is famous for its rare taiza crab.
Sumihei has received many awards for its marvelous interior design, luxurious spaces in which visitors can relax and enjoy Tango's beautiful natural surroundings and the seasonal sights, appearing as if on the sea winds.
Taiza’s hot springs are also rich in minerals such as calcium. Apart from the onsen in private guest rooms, there are also 6 reservable open-air baths ("sensizuku no yu") looking out over both sea and mountains, perfect for relaxing your body while you enjoy the view.
Best of all is the seafood. Sumihei opened in 1968, and has a proud history of providing Tango’s best: Sumihei serves rare taiza crabs from "miracle" fishing spots off the coast of Tango, as well as seafood unseen on the market. This kind of Tango gourmet can only be enjoyed here at Sumihei.

3718 Taiza, Tango-cho, Kyotango City, Kyoto Prefecture
Train: 20 minutes by car from Amino Station on the Kyoto Tango Railway
*A transfer service from Amino Station is available. Advanced booking is required.

Bus: Approx. 3 hours on the Tango Kairiku Kotsu Bus from Kyoto Station to Amino & Taiza.

Car: From Kyoto Jukan Expressway change to Sanin Kinki Expressway and get off at Kyotango Omiya IC. From there drive for 30 minutes (Prefectural Route 655 to Prefectural Route 53 to National Route 482 to National Route 178).
Check-in/Check-out Times
3:00 p.m. / 10:00 a.m.
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