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Reviewed 28 October 2015

I chose Iki Island because it is known for beef, uni, marine/beach activities and onsen. Kairi Murakami rooms all face beautiful water views. Upon entry, the lobby is wide and has a panoramic view of the water. All the staff are super friendly and helpful. My room had both a tatami room and a western bedroom. Electrical outlets in the tatami room are not as plentiful as in the western bedroom. There is no internet in the guestrooms, only WiFi in the lobby and dining. Loved the sitting area in either room with the window open and enjoying the nice ocean breeze.
Meals are taken downstairs at either the Japanese dining room or Naomi for western food. The food is absolutely fantastic. I had Iki beef, uni, abalone, squid at every meal practically. Fresh seafood is amazing. You will not go hungry here. The main dinner entree options include sukiyaki-don, more sashimi, curry, rice with egg, rice porridge. Western breakfast is a little lighter than Japanese breakfast.
The onsen has indoor and outdoor baths. The outdoor bath often felt hotter than the indoor one. The water is rich with iron and has no sulphur smell. I had the onsen to myself almost every time I went down. Great place to relax.
Iki is probably best seen by rental car. It is easy to navigate with Navi and the max speed limit is 50kmph. The property offers pickup for a fee. There is not much to do immediately around the property. Iki has a rich history from ancient times, including the oldest shrine in Japan and Yayoi period ruins. The island isn't over-run by tourists at all, very peaceful place to enjoy leisurely. The property had a group of guests one night with a young child who was a little noisy. There is no laundry facility but the staff can do laundry for you as a courtesy. Wonderful visit in every way--food, onsen, great staff.

Room Tip: All fifteen rooms face the water
  • Stayed: October 2015, travelled solo
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Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 23 August 2017
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  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled with family
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Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed 28 July 2017
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  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
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