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The Ryokan Collection Welcomes a New Member- THE SHINRA, a Luxury Ocean-View Aerie for Food Lovers
The Ryokan Collection is delighted to welcome a new member to its group of fine ryokan – THE SHINRA in Chiba Prefecture. Located just two hours from Tokyo, this tower ryokan combines the best of hotel- and ryokan-style service for a relaxing escape with unforgettable food and unparalleled views.
Soaring Sea Views and Hot Spring Baths
Standing tall between the rugged granite mountains of the Boso Peninsula and the warm waters of Tateyama Bay, THE SHINRA tower is perfectly positioned to offer commanding views of the surrounding nature. Every room features a veranda from which to enjoy this gorgeous landscape, complete with a mineral-rich private hot spring bath. Whether soaking up the sun in a lounge chair by day or star gazing from the steamy waters at night, these spacious decks provide the perfect environment for a relaxing escape.
Innovative Fusion Dinging, Plus More Choice
In the glass-walled restaurant, gentle candlelight cedes the stage to fiery sunsets, perfectly setting the mood for an unforgettable meal. The innovative chef turns fresh local fare like Ise lobsters and Fusehime wagyu into a border-defying kaiseki course modernized with playful presentation and surprising touches such as cacao sauce and bagna cauda dip that reveal far-flung influences. For those staying multiple nights, meals can also be arranged at the owner's other restaurants nearby, ranging from open-air beachfront barbecues to traditional kappo-style sushi.
The waters around the lower Boso Peninsula attract a variety of sea life, with scuba divers following close behind. Just a short drive from THE SHINRA is a unique dive site officially called Okimaene, but better known as Shark City. Hundreds of banded houndsharks gather around an artificial reef there, at times swirling into huge columns around food. Witnessing this impressive tornado of sharks is the highlight of a dive that is also likely to include sightings of stingray schools, longtooth groupers over a meter long, and a kaleidoscope of soft coral and anemones.
Photo by courtesy of ITO Diving Service BOMMIE
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