Featuring on-site dining, Nagomi no yado Iida is housed in a 120-year old building known as the Herring Palace in Shakotan, just 26 minutes' drive from Cape Shakotan. Free WiFi is available in some rooms.A flat-screen TV is featured in all rooms at the ryokan, which provides satellite channels for its guests.
Boasting original Japanese meals prepared with fresh seafood, Oyado Kasai provides Japanese-style accommodation featuring 24-hour public baths. Free Wi-Fi is provided in the public area, and parking is offered on site.Fitted with tatami (woven-straw) flooring and traditional futon bedding, each air-conditioned room are simply furnished and comes with a low table and a TV.
A 10-minute walk away from Shimamui Kaigan National Park, Rinkoso is located in Shakotan. Offering meals using fresh seafood from the local markets, this hotel features a restaurant.Each room at Rinkoso provides a flat-screen TV, desk and refrigerator.
Shakotan is a town located in Shakotan District, Shiribeshi Subprefecture, Hokkaido, Japan. As of 2012, the town had a population of 2,480 and a density of 10 persons per km².