A guest house and fish restaurant on the Tsuyazaki coast in Fukutsu City, Fukuoka Prefecture

Facility information

Basic information

Facility nameGuesthouse Masago
Location〒811-3304 1-37-23 Tsuyazaki, Fukutsu City, Fukuoka Prefecture
Banquet business hoursDaytime room: 2 hours 30 minutes from 11:30 to 15:30 in the daytime
Night room 17: 00-22: 00
BeachHouse / BBQ
Usage time
9:00 to 16:30
17:00-22:00
Telephone0940-52-0325
AccommodationCheck-in 16:00-20:00
Check-out 10:00 (summer 9:00)
Number of rooms6 private rooms, 3 large rooms
CapacityBanquet hall: 2 to 50 people
FacilitiesBanquet hall, karaoke, bathhouse
Room facilitiesTV / air conditioning
Cancellation policy100% fee for cancellation on the day of the reservation. A 50% cancellation fee will be charged for cancellation the day before the reservation.

Directions

[Access by car]
25 minutes from Koga Interchange on the Kyushu Expressway toward Kitakyushu. There is a parking lot.

[Access by public transportation]
Get off at Fukuma Station on the JR Kagoshima Main Line. Take the Nishitetsu Bus and get off at “Tsuyazakihama” and walk for 5 minutes

[Transfer]
Free pick-up and drop-off within Fukutsu city. Please feel free to contact us.

Transfer bus

How to get around during your stay

Neighborhood information

Tsuyazaki Beach

The beautiful Tsuyazaki coast is right in front of Masago. Since it is an inland sea, it is calm and marine sports and fishing are popular. Fashionable cafes are lined up along the sea, making it a tourist attraction in Fukutsu.

Shioyu-no-Sato "Yuyokan"

Yuuhi-kan Bath

The seawater “Shioyu” pumped from the basement relaxes and heals your tired body. Aroma massage and karaoke are also available.

Yuuhi-kan

Marine Sports(Sup)

You can enjoy stand-up paddle surfing and windsurfing experiences at Miyajihama Beach.

stand-up paddle surfing/Windsurfing

Fishing

The Fukuma fishing port is nearby, on the Fukuma coast, and the Tsuyazaki fishing port is on the other side. It is also a recommended fishing spot in Fukuoka. Please also use fishing rafts and rental boats.

Rental boat

Fish Center

We sell local fish and vegetables. Local fish sushi – available only on weekends – is a popular item that sells out in the morning.

Fish Center

Miyajidake Shrine

Miyajidake Shrine is famous all over the country. Known as a shrine of good luck and prosperity, many worshipers come from all over Japan. It can get very crowded with tourists looking for the “light path” seen from the shrine, which was made famous in a TV commercial in which Arashi appeared.

Miyajitake Shrine

Rental Cycles

Bicycles are very convenient for visiting sightseeing spots from the sea to the mountains.

Rental Cycles

Tsuyazaki Sengen

Old-fashioned folk houses are lined up one after another. Take a walk in the back alleys and feel like you’ve traveled back in time.

1,000 Tsuyazaki

Namiori Shrine

Here, Seoritsuhime, who became the model for Mitsuha in the movie “Your Name” is enshrined. Yamakasa in July is also a sight to see.

Hatari Shrine

Riding Horse club

There is also a riding course that goes along the coast, which is sure to give you a special experience.

Horse Riding Club

Golf Course

It has a great view and reputation! There is also a course overlooking the sea, and a golf course that is very satisfying, even if you just walk there.

Golf clubs

Munakata Yurix

There are plenty of outdoor sports facilities such as running tracks, tennis courts and golf putting, as well as an indoor pool and a planetarium.

Munakata Yurix

Munakata Shrine

Munakata Shrine, in Fukuoka, is a World Heritage Site. It is one of the oldest shrines in Japan and appears in Japanese mythology.

Munakata Shrine