Miyajima Hotel Makoto
Miyajima, despite being in almost every Japanese tourism circuits (it is a holy island), is strikingly out of most pre-made paths Cathay style sold from Spain. This is good for the intrepid independent tourist visit as it allows real gems at prices far below what they should be. In this case, Miyajima is mandatory to stay in a ryokan, or traditional Japanese hotel. This was the easiest for us to book because it was in one of our tourist books from Spain. The hotel is an experience for the senses as the photos show. You sleep on a futon, you have to put the kimono regulatory and before dinner you have to take a bath in the sauna and hot springs.