Shiomachi-an, where one waits for a man and time.
Since 12th century, Miyajima was a port for ships who wait for tide and wind.
Those sailors from everywhere heading to Kyoto the old capital.
Everybody stopped by to take rest and pray for a safe voyage.
At this street west of the Itsukushima shrine.
Over 100 years old traditional house is now given a new birth as an inn and Shiomachi-Sushi “Tsurumi”.
We offer a new moment of joy for guests from all over the world.
Welcome to our Shiomachi-an.
Seafood served are selected ones such as fresh fishes from the Seto Inland Sea, an ocean around Miyajima.
Sake offered are all from local breweries.
Sushi dinner can be included in accommodation booking.
Lunch menus also recommended for you.
- Opening hours
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