The Short Course
2-day, 1-night refresher package.
Who can't make the time to get away for a day or two?
The trip for those who just want to get away from the everyday and sit back and relax in the refreshing waters of a hot onsen bath.
- 1:00 p.m.
- Climb Mt. Mitoku, view the Nageiredo
At the end of the grueling trail, the Nageiredo suddenly appears before your eyes. One look at this breathtaking sight and the aches and pains of your climb will be forgotten. While the climb up and back will require an hour and a half to two hours, taking them time to make the climb and escape from the daily grind will be an experience that will not disappoint.
- 4:00 p.m.
- Check in at hotel in Misasa
From the large to the small, a range of onsen hotels are waiting to provide you with the ultimate hospitality. Before you settle down for your meal, jump into one of the world-class radon baths. Wash away the sweat and soothe the aches and pains from your grueling climb. Both mentally and physically, you'll feel brand new again. After your bath, you have the fine dining experience of fresh San'in produce prepared by a professional chef to look forward to.
- 8:00 p.m.
- After dinner, take a stroll in the onsen district
The ambience of the old streets will have you nostalgic for the good old days. Be sure to check out the shooting and ball games, and don't miss the old-fashioned candy store.
- 10:00 a.m.
- Misasa Violin Museum
"Whether you choose to rise early and have an early bath or enjoy a sleep in, the next stop on the itinerary is the Misasa Violin Museum. Come and experience the history and charms of the violin in a building that looks like a European church.
Guests are free to try playing some of the instruments. You may also get lucky and find yourself in town when a concert is on. "
- 12:00 p.m.
- Lunch and dessert in the onsen district
Enjoy lunch and dessert in the onsen district. Try the unique tastes of parfait made with tochimochi or tochimochi zenzai.
Refresh yourself on this quick trip in which all of the best bits of Misasa are squeezed into an overnight stay.