JR Hotel Clement Takamatsu

Takamatsu, Japan

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  • An comfortable city hotel, well-located for transport and sightseeing
  • Abundant local and international dining options across multiple restaurants
  • Soak up lovely views of the Seto Inland Sea as you finish off your day with dinner at the Sky Restaurant
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Shikoku broadly follows Japan’s climatic pattern with August being the hottest month and mid-winter cooling things right down in January, although the island is known for having milder weather year-round. Rainfall can be higher on Shikoku than other areas of the country. The spring months of March to May are good for hiking, as is the autumn, particularly October. These are the classic pilgrimage times and seasonal colours are at their best with cherry blossom in the spring and golden hues in the autumn.

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A fresh and well-located city hotel with plentiful dining options and modern rooms, JR Hotel Clement Takamatsu is a great option for families or couples looking for a centrally located hotel in Takamatsu.

JR Hotel Clement is a modern city hotel in the heart of Takamatsu. Part of the JR Shikoku Hotels chain, the hotel offers 300 well-equipped rooms over several floors. All of the rooms have simple, modern décor and an array of facilities including air-conditioning and en-suite bathrooms are fully stocked with toiletries.
Dining options are its signature, with many different cuisines and venues across the hotel. Try seasonal Japanese fare at Seto, twist noodles around your fork at Chinese Toko or watch your sirloin cooked to perfection in the open kitchen at Shiki Steakhouse. The 20th floor Sky Restaurant is the perfect place to watch the light fade, before heading up a level to enjoy a glass of wine with the glittering night sky for company in Bar Astro. We recommend the light and airy atrium café for lunch, and the delicious homemade pastries of the bakery for a midday treat.
The location of the hotel makes travelling around easy, largely due to its position just a minute’s walk from JR Takamatsu Station. You are also well-located for a visit to Takamatsu Castle, which is within walking distance, and the famous Ritsurin Gardens are only a short drive away.
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Dining options are abundant, with restaurants serving both local and international cuisine. Japanese produce seasons the menu at Seto, while chefs at Steakhouse Shiki cook your meat to perfection in the open kitchen. Chinese food is traditional at Toko. For glittering views of the ocean and night sky, settle down for dinner at the Sky Restaurant, or put the day to bed with a cocktail at Bar Astro. There’s also a bakery selling homemade pastries, and a couple of cafes to while away the hours. The hotel also has a gift shop and can arrange massages.


  • Art and the Countryside, Teshima

    Take a Teshima city tour which includes the Dan-yama Observation tower, Karato Freshwater Spring and the Teshima Art Museum. Lunch is enjoyed at Shima Kitchen. Lastly, head to Les Archives du Coeur for an interesting take on art.

  • Gems of Takamatsu

    Visit Ritsurin Garden, the Japanese style garden built by the local feudal lord during the Edo Period. A truly elegant setting for a stroll, taking in the road lined by black pines and experiencing the Japanese tea ceremony culture of Sado.

  • Hike to Mount Tsurugi

    Embark on a moderate hike to Mount Tsurgi, a mountain at the eastern end of the Iya Valley and the second tallest mountain in Shikoku.

  • Historical Kotohira

    Start the day with a visit to Kotohira-gu, a Shinto Shrine and pilgrimage site before heading to Kanamaru-za Old Theatre.

  • Morning Local Immersion

    Discover morning local life in Takamatsu.

  • Naoshima Art Galore

    Take a ferry ride to the island of Naoshima and be amazed by the unique art collection of Chichu Art Museum, Benesse House Museum, the Art House Project, Naoshima Pavillion and the various outdoor artworks including Yayoi Kusama’s beloved pumpkins.

  • Sanuki Udon making experience

    Join a Sanuki udon making class and learn how to make this popular dish, the soul food of Kagawa prefecture.

  • Tour of Shodoshima

    Visit the film site of a famous 1954 Japanese movie '24 Eyes’ before finishing the day with a visit to a Somen noodle making house.

Location & directions

Takamatsu, Japan

JR Hotel Clement is centrally located in Takamatsu city centre, near to shopping and attractions. It’s only a 10-15 minute walk from the hotel to Takamatsu Castle. The hotel is a minute’s walk from JR Takamatsu Station.
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