Luxuna Natural Luxury Camp – Celebrated for its natural beauty and rich cultural history, Goza Shirahama Campground is where heaven meets earth on the secluded island of Ise-Shima, Japan. The Shima Peninsula is immersed in lush greenery, surrounded by a calm, shallow sea, lined with pristine white sandy beaches. Home to Ise-Shima National Park, Ise-Shima is, also home to Japan’s most sacred Shinto shrines – the Ise Shrines. The area offers many popular attractions besides the Ise Shrines – such as, theme parks, kayaking, pearl cultivation and diving.
Luxuna welcomes visitors from far and wide to enjoy the natural architecture of a Pacific Domes hospitality glamping stay (glamorous camping) at any one of several guest lodgings. Fresh, natural food is always on the menu and sure to delight any palate.
The 30-ft. Pacific Dome Semi-double / 6 beds (max capacity up to 12 people)
Site name: Amaterasu – an important Shintō deity, the celestial sun goddess, “Great Divinity Illuminating Heaven”, from whom the Japanese imperial family claims descent. It’s believed that Amaterasu possesses extraordinary powers to tap into and manipulate mystical energies for a number of effects, mostly in conjuring great heat and light on the level of a small sun.
The energetic qualities of a 30-ft. dome resonate with the highest celestial energies of creation; thus, bridging heaven and earth – “As above, so below”. Staying in this dome will facilitate in rebalancing both masculine and feminine nurturing qualities of compassion and reverence for all life.
The 24-ft. Pacific Domes Izanami and Izanagi Semi-double / 4 beds (max capacity up to 8 people)
Site name: Izanami – Central deities in the Japanese creation myth. Izanami and Izanagi, “He Who Invites” and “She Who Invites” were the eighth pair of brother-and-sister gods to appear after heaven and earth separated out of chaos.
Site name: Izanagi – Izanagi is one of the divine creators of the *islands of Japan and the founder of marriage, as well as many of Shinto’s religious rituals. He serves as advisor to his daughter Amaterasu, the queen of Heaven.
* Izanami and Izanagi have played a colorful role in Japanese mythology… in the creation of the islands of Japan while standing on the bridge or stairway to heaven, the two gods used a jewel encrusted spear to stir the ocean. Upon withdrawing the spear, salt crystalized into drops on the tip and these fell back into the ocean as islands.
The energetic qualities of the 24-ft. dome also, resonate with the cosmic creation energies. Staying in this dome will support the opening of the heart chakra. It’s an invitation to reconnect with your inner power – the frequencies of love that are the source of all creation.
The 20-ft. Pacific Domes Double / 2 Beds (max capacity up to 4 people)
Site name: Susanoo – in Japanese mythology, Susanoo, the storm god, is often portrayed as the mischievous and impetuous younger brother of the sun goddess, Amaterasu. Much as a child matures from lessons learned that throwing tantrums don’t always serve our highest good, Susanoo represents an invitation to mature and realign with our loftiest calling and talents.
The energetic qualities of a 20-ft. dome supports high moral principles, positive decisions and actions. Staying in this dome facilitates in enhancing our best character traits, abundance and creativity – great for those embarking on an entrepreneurial journey.
If you’re looking for the experience of a lifetime, Pacific Domes invites you to browse the Luxuna Camp website to learn more about visiting this spectacular Island Paradise – where heaven meets earth on the secluded island of Ise-Shima, Japan.