More expensive, but also more luxurious, why not enjoy the luxury of a Ryokan traditional Japanese inn? This is the subject of this new article on Shikoku pilgrimage, where to sleep?
Ryokan (旅館) litteraly means the house (館) travel / traveler (旅) is a typical Japanese inn. The traveler sleeps in a typical washitsu room with a simple futon (mattress) on the tatami mats. The meal can be taken in the room or in a dining room.
Useful information :
Ryokan , as for minshuku, have to be booked in advance or at the latest in the morning for the evening. The booking can be made by phone (almost always exclusively in Japanese). As for the minshuku, you will find the Ryokan’s phone number in the Shikoku Japan 88 Route Guide </ em>. The name of the Ryokan is preceded by “R.”