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The ultimate golf tourism, provided to special guests

Have you experienced a trip in which you stay overnight on the golf course?

A golf course that is visited by VIPs all over the world and represents Japan, “Tsu Country Club.”

On that course, there is a luxury hotel, “KATADA Lodge & Villa,” that has a splendid view of the course, which is rare even by international standards.

To you, who avidly loves golf, there is hospitality and a supreme trip that you have never experienced before, in which not only can you enjoy golf, but also, streets on which are lined Japan’s historical buildings such as Ise Grand Shrine, as well as cuisine prepared using the best ingredients in Japan such as Matsuzaka beef and lobster, and accommodation on a golf course.

This Ise golf tourism is a special travel plan provided only to a limited number of guests.

It is not possible to register for it through general travel companies and tour companies.

If you are interested, please inquire through this site.

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Hotel Introduction KATADA Lodge & Villa

Behind the 18th hole of Tsu Country Club lies approximately 70 yards of beautiful, untouched grassland. To the front is the green, while to the back are spectacular views of the Japanese mountains and woodland scenery.

Furthermore, the location is blessed with refreshing breezes from both the mountains and the sea, making it a truly idyllic location. It is here, almost part of the course itself, that Katada Lodge & Villa will be completed in the autumn of 2018, heralding a new standard in accommodation at Japanese golf resorts.

A place to mingle and chat, in addition to experiencing the pleasures of golf in Japan. At the renowned Barnbougle Dunes golf resort in Tasmania, the two courses both have onsite accommodation, while in the lounge and restaurant golfers mingle and chat like long lost friends over a glass of beer or wine. Of course, at some point the conversation will turn to golf, and when someone asks “Have you played at such and such a course?”, that course will inevitably become the next golfing destination. It’s a splendid atmosphere, and one aiming to be recreated in Japan with the opening of Katada Lodge & Villa. The sentiments behind its design and construction is that, in order to attract golf tourists to Japan and allow them to fully enjoy the Japanese golf scene, it is necessary to not only provide beautifully designed golf courses, but also the accompany facilities, such as lodging and a place to eat and drink. The Katada Lodge & Villa complex is made up of 3 buildings. The Lodge features 4 comfortable twin bedrooms in two unique styles, plus ‘The Lab’ which acts as a small busi-ness centre. On the other side is Villa Hanare, which is geared towards small groups, such as couples or families who would like to relax in private and slightly more spacious surroundings. Finally, at the heart of the complex, is The Salon. Acting as the 19th hole, it features a dining area and bar counter, allowing guests to enjoy good conversation over a drink or bite to eat. One facet that is common to all areas, is the concept of minimalism. The rooms are not based on the theory that big and spacious is luxurious, but rather that true comfort and appreciation of beauty can be derived from the minimal requirements. “thoughtfulness” rather than “Service”. Freely enjoy the quintessential spirit of Japan. Worldwide, golf resorts are increasingly recognising the importance of sustainability. To this end, the design incorporates as many natural elements as possible. Furthermore, the concept of “co-existing with nature” is also true to the deep-rooted traditions of Japanese culture. The exterior walls at Katada Lodge & Villa have been built using traditional clay wall building techniques, and feature the same Kiso Cypress wood that is used at the famous.

Ise Grand Shrine. In terms of the interior, everything from the construction materials to the smallest details incor-porate natural materials unique to the surrounding area. The furnishings are all made of wood, while the sliding doors use high-quality Mino-washi paper, and the hand-built furniture has been commissioned from local carpenters who work out of the nearby Misato village. All items, including the pottery, porcelain, and glassware, have been attentively produced by local craftsmen. In terms of service, one cannot expect full service like at a Japanese inn. Instead, true to the spirit of golf, guests are expected to rely on themselves. Guests can try cooking dishes made of locally procured ingredients, or go behind the bar to enjoy making a cocktail of their choice. It is a chance to appreciate the value of creating one’s own food, in a self-catering style of accommodation. At Katada Lodge & Villa, emphasis is placed on “thoughtfulness”. It is a Japanese tradition to make each guest feel special and have a unique experience; for example by changing the hanging scrolls or cushions to match the season. Furthermore, little touches such as sprinkling water in summer to cool down the floors, or the hanging of a wind-charm, provide guests with a sense of authentic Japanese service. The facility has been designed to allow guests to feel the quintessential spirit of Japan; a place where they can enjoy chatting about golf whilst looking forward to their next round. At Katada Lodge & Villa, golfers from around the world will surely discover the true essence of Japanese golf tourism.

This Ise golf tourism is a special travel plan provided only to a limited number of guests.

It is not possible to register for it through general travel companies and tour companies.

If you are interested, please inquire through this site.

CONTACT US