Iwaso originated as a retreat
History of Iwaso
Iwakuniya Sobei, the founder of 'Iwaso' Inn in Miyajima who observed the busy market for a month before and after Kangensai (the Orchestra Festival held on June 17 by the lunar calendar) and requested permission to open up Momijidani (presently Momijidani Park) from the local magistrate's office. Permission was granted and he proceeded to build a bridge across the Momiji River and teahouses serving refreshments for visitors resting along the river.
Thus, Iwaso was founded.
Iwaso is an abbreviation of Iwakuniya Sobei.After the foundation of the inn, it became popular with many visitors and it was rebuilt as a modern Japanese style hotel just after the Meiji era(1868-1912). Since then, many visitors have come to love the relaxing atmosphere of Miyajima.
Became a Ryokan for relaxation
located in a national park
|38 rooms(5 Honkan rooms, 30 Shinkan rooms, and 3 Hanare Cottages)|
Banquet hall 'Kangen'
Restaurant 'Momidi' View details
Onsen public bath (indoor bath and open-air bath for men and women)
＜To guests planning to arrive late＞
Please contact us if you are arriving after 7:00pm.
If we don't receive any contact by 7:30pm, your dinner will be served with
different conditions from the standard way.
Please note that your reservation will be automatically cancelled if we
don't receive any contact by 8:00pm.
Honkan/ 2 storied-building built in early Showa eraView details
Shinkan/ 5 storied-building built in 1981View details
Hanare/ build in 1924 - 1952(Taisho to Showa era)View details
|Facility||bathtub/shower…YES(1 room) …NO(2 rooms) toilet…YES|