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Super Hotel Matsusaka

matsuzaka
Super Hote matsuzaka
Super Hote matsuzaka

Surrounded by the food and culture of Isekaidō A green village filled with history- this is Matsuzaka

Address144-2 miya machi, Matsusaka, Mie
Phone0598-53-9900
FAX0598-53-9901
Check-in3 P.M.Check-out 10:00
Subway About 10 minutes on foot from the North exit of Matsusaka station with access from the Kiseihonsen line, the Minsen line, and the Kintetsu Yamada Line
By Car About 15 minutes by car from Ise Expressway Matsusaka Interchange towards Matsusaka , National Highway Route 42, toward Ninomiya Town junction
Parking Lot80 parking spots (first come, first served), free of charge
Over night parking is from 3pm to 10am the following morning.
Height limit : none
When the parking lot is full, please use the coin parking nearby.
1 person Single room 5,120yen~
Connecting room 5,120yen~
Weekly 4,630yen 
Monthly 4,120yen 
2 person Single room 7,180yen~
※100% cancellation fee takes effect after 3:00 p.m. of that day.
Combined bathroom Rest room(with warm water cleaning toilet seat) Healthy Bread breakfast
High-speed Internet room facility VOD room theater (1000 yen for each night) Non-smoking room
Coin laundry Public phone FAX
Internet support Connection room
Bath gel Bath towels / Face towels Two-in-one shampoo
Shaving Razor (for purchase) Paper towel Hair Dryer
Tea, cup and toothbrush Air conditioner Electric pot with humidifier
High-speed broad band internet (wired) TV (above-ground wave, BS, VOD) Alarm clock
Air cleaner Iron (for rent) Refrigerator
Ash tray (for rooms allowing smoking) Lamp (for rent)
Healthy Bread breakfast

Healthy Bread breakfast

Super Hotel provides all guests with a healthy bread and pastry breakfast every morning. The carefully baked breads are made from high-quality, natural, organic milk and wheat and are free of charge. Fully enjoy yourself and experience the soft and delicious breakfast treats!
※service time 
6:30~8:30

Samurai residences  (Gojoban Yashiki)Samurai residences  (Gojoban Yashiki)

Samurai residences (Gojoban Yashiki)

Long houses in this area were the living place for the Kishi samurai who defended Matsusaka castle. Wooden fences and gravel in the area to this day keeps the historical atmosphere in tact. Neatly arranged long houses extend into the distance. Even today, some of the houses are used as a residence, one of which is open to visitors.

Facility information
・ Location:tono machi, Matsusaka shi, Mie
・ Phone number:0598-26-5174
松阪富商之城松阪富商之城

The Merchant Village of Matsusaka

From the time Ujisato Gamo began to protect thecommercial and business interests of Matsusaka, the area gradually began to boom, and reached it's height during the Edo period. From the time the Echigoya began performing in costume drama, Mitsui, Ozu, Hasegawa and other powerful businessmen appeared on the scene. Located near the castle ruins in the Hon-cho and Gyo-cho areas of the north east of the town, merchants still remain as evidence of past prosperity.

Exhibits show the merchants of the Edo period making a great fortune in kapok and paper manufacturing, as well as exhibits of the old bureaucratic mansion of Ozu. The 2-story wooden main houses are open as a museum. The house is vast beyond imagination. There are more than 20 rooms, all of which are of a unique style and gorgeous design revealing the abundant financial resources of the former owner. In addition to showcasing a 1000 kg Box (no, not a 100 kg box), the museum also introduces the commercial prosperity of Matsusaka.

Facility information
・ Location:2195, hon cho, Matsusaka shi, Mie
・ Phone number:0598-21-4331
Matsusaka Castle Ruins

Matsusaka Castle Ruins

Generals Gamou Ujisato of Warring States Period built the city of Matsusaka in 1588 (Tengen 16 years). The castle has three layers and three floors, and about 2 km long majestic moat. Due to this castle, Matsusaka thrived and was prosperous as a castle town. Now the only remains of all the buildings are stone walls. The site location has been trimmed for the park, with colored flowers interspersed among the four seasons. It is a great place for flower viewing for local citizens and tourists. The site also features the “Museum of Motoori Norinaga ", exhibiting the Japanese Scholar Motoori Norinaga’s achievements. THere are other attractions, such as the Matsusaka City Museum of National History.

The museum was formerly a a library built in 1911. This retro-style building is regarded as an important piece of cultural heritage. The museum displays a variety of historical materials relating to Matsusaka merchants. In addition, the sub-themes exhibition is held four times a year.

Facility information
・ Location:1539, tono machi, Matsusaka, Mie
・ Phone number:0598-23-2381