All-inclusive accommodation allows travel without concern for extra costs like food, drinks, activities, and services. They make budgeting easy and are popular with both Japanese and international tourists alike.
We’ll introduce four all-inclusive accommodations within a 2.5 hour drive from Sendai, the capital of the Tohoku region of northern Japan, to help get your luxury Japan vacation on point!

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1. Matsushima Onsen Matsushima Ichinobo (Matsushima, Miyagi Prefecture)

Matsushima Bay is right in front of the garden (Photo: Matsushima Ichinobo).

To reach Matsushima Onsen, take the JR Senseki Line from Sendai Station for 39 minutes and get off at Matsushimakaigan Station. Take a taxi or the regular shuttle bus for 10 minutes to find our first all-inclusive ryokan inn, Matsushima Ichinobo.

Matsushima Onsen Matsushima Ichinobo (Photo: Matsushima Ichinobo).

Matsushima is ranked amongst the three great views of Japan. It collectively refers to the various islands dotting in and around Matsushima Bay. Travelers from all over Japan visit to witness this stunning scenery woven together by the profusion of lush, pine-covered islands.

Photo: Matsushima Ichinobo

Matsushima Ichinobo is superbly located overlooking Matsushima Bay, and glorious ocean views bless each room. You can also catch the scenery from the top-floor open-air bath along with the lounge.

Kyohei Fujita Museum of Glass, where colorful glass artworks are displayed (Photo: Matsushima Ichinobo).

The all-inclusive plan has so much going on that it’s almost impossible to fit it all in! It includes food and drinks at the restaurant and lounge, entry to the adjacent Kyohei Fujita Museum of Glass, access to the sauna and rock salt spa, and more.
The Kyohei Fujita Museum of Glass is limited to inn guests between 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., allowing a more thorough viewing without the crowds.

Relish flowers on a stroll through the aquatic garden (Photo: Matsushima Ichinobo).

After checking in, head to the “Suijo Teien” aquatic garden to kick-start your vacation while soaking in the sea breeze.

The sunrise from “Happyaku Yashima” (Photo: Matsushima Ichinobo).

The hot springs use free-flowing geothermal water pumped from a private source. You can bathe freely at the top-floor “Happyaku Yashima” open-air bath while watching the sunrise.

Live music is performed in the lounge every night (Photo: Matsushima Ichinobo).

Matsushima Ichinobo has English language support. It is frequented by foreign tourists for its exceptional standard of service, along with the fantastic gardens, hot springs, sunrise scenery, free drinks, tasty meals, afternoon snacks, and live music. The Kyohei Fujita Museum of Glass further adds an extra layer of depth to the stay.
Included in Accommodation Fee:
・Hot spring bath
・Open-air bath
・Drinks and meals at the restaurant and lounge (including breakfast and dinner)
・Access to the Kyohei Fujita Museum of Glass
・Bicycle rental
・Rock salt spa
・Live music at the lounge
Health & Safety Measures
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