Nearby Hot Springs

  • Sotoyu Hanayumi

    A home to an open-air bath and lie-down bath with a view of a waterfall and garden, this facility not only contains a large open bath house but a restaurant as well....

  • Asamokawa Onsen Shizuka no Sato

    A calm hot spring facility located on a hill that looks out to the sea. This is a perfect destination for a relaxing family vacation, with its hot spring, observation lobby, and restaurant which looks out to the Sea of Japan, as well as a shop of speciality local souvenirs, a game corner, and an ind...

  • Minato Yuuyuu Onsen

    Here, visitors can indulge in the open, large bath house and outdoors bath filled with water from Minato Yuu Yuu’s own source. After enjoying the bath, visitors can head up to the top floor lounge, with an observation space with a magnificent view of the Sea of Japan and Kumihama Bay....

  • Tango Onsen Hashiudo-so

    This hot spring facility boasts the rich, abundant water pulled directly by a pipeline from a nearby water source, and its view of the scenic destination “Tateiwa.” This lodge is so close to the ocean that you can hear the roaring of the sea, attracting many beachgoers during the summer. This is als...

  • Ono no Komachi Onsen

    Ono no Komachi Onsen has alkaline waters which are gentle on the skin. Located on a hill that looks over the city of Oomiya, this hot spring facility is surrounded by fun destinations, such as the “Oomiya Fureai Studio.”...

  • Kumihama Onsen Yumotokan

    The largest hot spring facility in the northern Kinki region, Kumihama Onsen Yumotokan prides itself on the Gensen-Kakenagashi (water flowing directly from the hot spring source). Both the male and female baths have indoors, outdoors, and herbal baths, and each individual bath can fit about 100 bath...

  • Yasaka Ashiginu Onsen

    This day-trip hot spring facility is located on a small, high hill that looks over the Yasaka Plateau of Kyotango City. This facility stands in the beautiful Tango nature, by using discarded tempura oils and wood chip fuel to warm the bath and limit CO2 emissions. This facility also contains a resta...

  • Ukawa Onsen & Yoshino-no-Sato

    Here you can find an “ocean hot spring,” with a breathtaking view of the blue waters of the Sea of Japan and a sunset over the horizon, and a “mountain hot spring” surrounded by bamboos and forests. These two baths are switched for use by men and women daily. This hot spring has a restaurant and lod...