Saryo Sekison

Oyama Afuri Shrine
closer to you.

A space of peace
and tranquility,
filled with wishes.

"Saryo Sekison" is a tea house adjacent to Shimosha. The name "Saryo Sekison" comes from the fact that a large natural stone, the sacred body of the Oyama Afuri Shrine, has been affectionately called "Sekison-sama" by people. We hope that "Saryo Sekison" will be a space that will be loved by people, just like Oyama Afuri Shrine, a place where people's wishes have been heard. "Saryo Sekison" is a place where such a wish is expressed. There is a terrace where you can relax while enjoying the spectacular view, table seating with a relaxed atmosphere, and atmospheric tatami room seating where you can feel the sacred atmosphere. Please enjoy the coffee brewed with the sacred water at each seat and savor this space to your heart's content.

You can see as far
as Sagami Bay,
the Boso Peninsula,
and Izu Oshima Island.

The view from Oyama Afuri Shrine was introduced as 2 stars in the revised 4th edition of the Michelin Green Guide Japan (French edition). The view can be enjoyed from the terrace and inside the house. If the weather is fine, you can enjoy a spectacular view of not only Sagami Bay, but also the Boso Peninsula and Izu Oshima Island.
A tasteful space that is close to people's hearts.

A tasteful space
that is close to
people's hearts.

The building was designed by Yasushi Horibe, one of the leading architects in contemporary Japanese architecture. Construction was done by Yukio Uchida (Uchida Koumuten), a shrine carpenter with experience in restoring important cultural properties in Japan. The skillful composition expressing history and the future has created a tasteful space that gives comfort to people's hearts.


There are terrace seats with a spectacular view, table seats, and tatami room seats at the far end of the house. The open space creates a sense of generosity and at the same time connects the view from the tatami room seats to the terrace seats.


Originally used as a reception room for the guest rooms of the Shimosha, it is constructed with transom and shoji screens. The walls and ceiling are made of rough cedar planks painted with persimmon tannin. The tables and chairs are also carefully selected, with chairs by Hans J. Wegner of Denmark.

Take a deep breath
and take a moment
to rejuvenate
your mind and body.

The specialty is the special coffee brewed with Gojinsui (sacred water). The house also offers numerous dishes made with local ingredients, such as "Masu Tiramisu" made with matcha from "Chakato", whose main store is located in Isehara City. Many other limited-time-only items are also available. Please enjoy a relaxing moment while feeling the change of the seasons.


This is the sacred water of the Oyama Afuri Shrine, which has been loved as water for prolonging life. It is rich in minerals and has a sweet taste. Please spend a healing time with a cup of coffee brewed with this sacred water.

Masu Tiramisu

"Masu Tiramisu" offers the harmony of mellow cream cheese and rich matcha. The matcha is made by "Chakato", a long-established tea wholesaler in Isehara City.

store information

Business hours
Weekdays 9:45-16:00(L.O. 15:30)
Weekends and holidays 9:45-16:30(L.O. 16:00)
No regular holidays
Credit cards accepted(VISA,AMEX,JCB),
electronic money(PASMO,Paypay, etc.)
Reservations not accepted