We work hard to meet the needs of all guests, whether on a business trip or vacation, and make sure everyone has a comfortable and relaxing stay at Sunriver Shimanto.
Parking hours: From 3:00PM on day of check-in until check-out.
Parking Lot Capacity = 80 vehicles
1st floor ＆5th floors
Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages available.
Ice machine: 5th floor
Guests can use the ice machine free of charge.
Smoking area: 1st floor
The smoking area is located inside the lobby on the 1st floor.
Internet can be accessed wirelessly throughout the hotel.
We do not offer IT support, however.
Coin laundry: 6th & 7th floors
Guests can use the laundry room 24 hours a day.
Number of machines: 4
Guests’ may store their valuables in the hotel safe, located at the front desk.
Sunriver Shimanto does not take responsibility for any loss or theft of items that occurs in guest rooms.
Fax/ copier: at front desk
Copies are ￥10 per page for black & white or ￥30 per page for color.
Fax: ￥50 per page
Guests receiving faxes will not be charged.
Guest PC: 1st floor
Guests can use the PC located on the 1st floor free of charge.
The front desk is happy to call a taxi for you.
Laundry can be dropped off from 9:00AM at the front desk, and can be picked up on the same day starting from 6:00PM.
Click the image to see driving routes to Sunriver Shimanto.
The Ashizuri Cape is Shikoku’s southernmost point. Usubae, on the western side, is the only location in all of Japan which comes into direct contact with the Kuroshio Current. There are two scenic viewpoints, both with 270-degree views, where you can take in the entire beautiful coastline from the Ashizuri Cape in the east to Kanaezaki in the west. You can even make out the curvature of the earth from the horizon’s arc.
At 196km, the Shimanto River is the longest in Shikoku. It is known as “the last pure river”, and even now the locals fish the river with traditional methods. The course of the river is dotted with “chinkabashi” (sinking bridges) which serve both as a means to cross the river and as a scenic part of the landscape
The Shimanto City Festival is held around the end of July. There are many sights to see, such as a Nakamura-style dancing parade and a separate lantern-filled parade.