Hot Spring / Hot Spring Ryokan Spots in Fukushima Area

  • Takayu Onsen Public Bath House Attaka-Yu
    64 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Fukushima-shi Machiniwasaka Taka Yu 25
    "A public bath along the Bandai Azuma Skyline road in Takayu, Machiniwasaka, Fukushima City. The baths are constantly replenished ""kakenagashi"" style by the natural Takayu Onsen No. 26 Taki-no-Yu hot spring, an acidic sulfur calcium aluminum sulphate spring. The building is of Japanese-style architecture resembling a classic bathhouse with wood and stone motifs. It has separate men and women outdoor baths as well as rental outdoor baths (all baths are open-air)."

    We went to Takayu Onsen on 2nd February 2020 by a bus from the Fukushima JR Station. Fukushima JR station has all the information about this onsen. The frequency of bus trip between Fukushima JR...

  • Adatara Resort Okudake no Yu Bath House
    13 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Nihonmatsu-shi Okudake Onsen
    A hot spring bathhouse in Nagata Nagasaka Nation Forest, Nihommatsu City. The baths are fed by a simple acidic hot spring that is good for the skin and helps with muscle soreness, nerve pain, recovery from fatigue, and skin diseases. The bathhouse, located at an altitude of nearly 950 meters, has an outdoor bath without a fence before eyes and a free-flowing indoor bath with large facing windows that let you enjoy the nature of the mountains from up close which you bathe.

    あだたら山の登山口にある温泉。JAF割引あります。 露天風呂は開放感にあふれています。 岳温泉はふろ上がりのにおいが強めですが、ここはそこまで気になりません。

  • Iizaka Hanamomo no Yu
    10 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Fukushima-shi Iizakamachi Nishi Takinomachi 27
    A hot spring bathhouse in Fukushima Prefecture reachable via a free shuttle bus operating out of Iizaka Onsen Station or an eight-minute drive from the Fukushima-Iizaka Interchange on the Tohoku Expressway. The bathhouse is supplied by three different source springs called the Enju, Kagetsu, and Zabo. The bathhouse has a variety of baths, including an outdoor bath which massages the entire body using microbubbles and flowing water, a lie down bath, and a bath in which you can stand while being fully immersed. There's also a footbath, sauna, and restaurant with an open kitchen where you can enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet.

    ランチと日帰り入浴が込みのお得なプランがあります。また平日の夜には入浴だけのお得なプランがあります。 天然温泉で、お風呂の数も多く、ゆっくりすることができお勧めです。

  • Nakoso Onsen Sekinoyu
    9 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Iwaki-shi Nakosomachi Sekita Suka 1-4
    This hot spring bathhouse is located a one-minute drive from Nakaso Station on the JR Joban Line. Its Seki no Yu outdoor baths are said to help with ailments including cuts, burns, chronic skin diseases, chronic women's diseases, and weak constitution. The baths are notable for offering great views of the majestic Pacific Ocean all year round. Some of the bathhouse's other bathing facilities include cascading shower baths, saunas, and indoor baths which is fed with the natural hot spring water that bubbles up naturally from 1000 meters under the bathhouse. This bathhouse also offers day-use banquet packages that include use of the baths and a meal at the on-site restaurant with unlimited drinks included.

    一階にいる支配人が不愉快。お湯が透明の時と緑色に変色している時がある。 でも、海が見えて、居心地は良い。

  • Sahako no Yu Public Bath House
    6 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Iwaki-shi Jobanyumotomachi Sahako 176-1
    A hot spring bathhouse in Sahako, Jobanyumoto-machi, Iwaki City. The baths are fed by a natural free flowing sulfur spring that helps with skin diseases, women's diseases, and high blood pressure. Baths include two indoor baths, one rock bath and one cypress bath, as well as baths for physically challenged (reservation required). The building is a reproduction of late Edo-period architecture and including an exhibition area with hot spring information and a banquet hall.

    いわき湯本温泉のランドマーク湯 「さはこの湯」へやって来た。地図 市営の日帰り温泉施設で、江戸末期の建物様式を模した純和風の建物は、趣があって好感が持てる。この湯には今までなどと数え切れないほど入浴していたのは、妻がこの湯本出身であった。そんなさはこの湯でも久しぶりの入浴とあってどんな湯が待っているのか楽しみであった。相変わらず高めの湯温を保っている湯本温泉の湯に再び出会えた。そういえば入り口ドア...

  • Natural Hot Spring Gokurakuyu, (Fukushima Iwaki)
    1 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Pref. Iwakishi Hayama 2-25-1
    This super bath house in Hayama, Iwaki City, Fukushima uses natural hot spring water. It has a large parking space for the large number of guests. Enjoy a variety of baths including an orthodox outdoor bath, cypress bath, pot bath, bed bath with hot rocks, an electric bath, and more. There is also a body stimulating jet bath where the spring water is released through jets. They also offer tatami benches, a napping area, a dining room and relaxation spaces as well.


  • Tokusa Onsen (Rock Bath)
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Minamiaizu-gun Minamiaizumachi Miyasato Yuzaka 1986
    A communal bath in Miyasato, Minamiaizu Town, Minamiaizu County. Located on the river bank of Nishine River it's a mixed bathing outdoor bath with a covered stone bath right next to nature. Fed by a simple high temperature sulfur spring you can warm up your body's core while enjoy the murmuring of the river. Women's bathing suits are available to rent.
  • Hayato Onsen Tsuru no Yu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Onuma-gun Mishima Machi Hayato
  • Yunohana Onsen Ishiyu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Minamiaizu-gun Minamiaizumachi Yunohana 528
    "This mixed-gender public bathhouse is located on the bank of the Yunomata River. It features baths fed with rather hot spring water from an alkaline simple spring pulling in from the riverbed. The shack-like bathhouse humorously appears to be clinging to a boulder that sits on the riverbank. The name, which means ""stone bath,"" stems from the fact that the original bathtub was carved out of a large natural boulder."
  • Tsuru no Ashiyu Hiroba
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Iwaki-shi Jobanyumotomachi Sahako 281-1
    This footbath facility is located right in front of the Onsen Jinja bus stop. In the plaza next to the Museum of Ujo Noguchi, there are two types of footbaths, a hand bath, and a pet-only footbath. The footbaths have sulfur-scented water flowing directly from the source, with one being hot and the other lukewarm. The park is popular with local residents as a place of relaxation and as a communication spot with tourists. Many events are held in the park throughout the year as a local event space. There are benches in the park, and you can see a stone monument with the remains of yutsubo (hot water vessels).
  • Iwaki Yuttarikan
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Iwaki-shi Jobanyumotomachi Kamiasagai 22-1
    This health-promoting hot spring facility is located about a five-minute drive from Yumoto Station. On top of a hill at the end of the Yumoto Tunnel, there is a hot spring bathing facility, 25-meter pool, training room, and break room. The spacious facility is famous as one of the few health promotion facilities in Japan that offer hot spring therapy. Hot spring therapy based on medical care is said to be effective in relieving symptoms of chronic diseases such as high blood pressure and diabetes. The facility also offers a variety of health classes and training courses such as water exercising.
  • Shiori no Yu Bange
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Kawanuma-gun Aizubangemachi Mimyo Tsutsumikaeri 2115
    This spa resort is located about 10 minutes from the Aizu-Bange Interchange on the Ban-Etsu Expressway. The facility has a magnificent view of Mt. Bandai and has a large indoor bath, outdoor bath, jet bath and herbal bath. The cleansing baths are filled with simple spring water that is highly compatible with skin. It is said to be effective in relieving nerve pain, muscle soreness, aiding recovery from fatigue, and chronic digestive diseases. Because there is also a rental private space available for a fee in the spacious rest room families and those with babies can also enjoy a relaxing bath. After taking a hot bath, handmade soba noodles made from 100% buckwheat flour are a popular treat.
  • Kodakara no Yu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Aizuwakamatsu-shi Otomachi Ashinomaki Onsen Chinai
    This footbath is located in Ashinomaki Hot Spring Town, which boasts the beauty of a valley and abundant natural springs. It has log benches next to Konsei Shrine, which is known as a place to pray to be blessed with children. The water is known for helping to heal wounds and sickness since long ago, and since the temperature of the source is high and the amount is abundant, it is famous as a spring to become pregnant. People come from all over the country to pray for children, and it is said to be effective in relieving nerve pain, gastrointestinal disorders and aiding recovery from fatigue.
  • Fureai Land Takasato
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Kitakata-shi Takasatomachi Agatsu Sodeyama Ko 3054-9
    This day-use health and relaxation facility is in Takasato-machi, an exciting area that was once seabed long, long ago. The facility has a view of the foothills of the Iidesan mountain range, and offers large baths, outdoor baths, Jacuzzis, and herbal remedy baths. The gentle, pleasant waters are rich in hydrogen ions with a pH of 8.9 for alkaline simple springs. The spring water is colorless and clear, and flavorless and odorless as well, and is popular as a beautifying bath. It is excellent at retaining its heat and is said to offer long-term skin beautification. The grounds offer an 18-hole park golf course, so many locals come for a full day of fun and relaxation.
  • Kuranoyu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Kitakata-shi Matsuyamamachi
    This day-use hot spring is inside Roadside Station Kita no Sato. This hot spring bathhouse is at the back far from the National Highway, and is perfect for soaking away your travel exhaustion. The wide-open hall holds indoor baths and saunas, and they have outdoor baths as well. The water is simple springs and gentle on the skin, and is said to offer relief for chronic skin diseases, nerve pain, and also seems to have skin beautifying properties. After your bath, you can relax in the spacious annex's private rooms (charged separately). Their full-course plans include bath, along with a bento lunch, drinks, and a souvenir are quite popular.
  • Hongo Onsen Yutori
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Onuma-gun Aizumisatomachi Muikamachi Ko 4106-1
    A day-use hot spring bath house located along the bank of the Aga River, the largest Class A river in the Aizu Basin. Come relax in a bath house covered with decorative pottery almost like a pottery village. From the spacious outdoor bath you can look out at Mt. Aizu-Bandai. Their fresh clean baths are fed by a sodium calcium sulfate chloride spring that is cycled every morning. The spring water helps in treating chronic skin diseases, sensitivity to cold, recovery from illness, and other maladies. A footbath installed near the entrance makes it easy to enjoy the effects of the spring.
  • Nitsuru Onsen Kenko Center
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Onuma-gun Aizumisatomachi Tsurunobe Kaminagao 2347-40
    A hot spring bath house located on a hill overlooking the Aizu Basin. Situated in a peaceful rural landscape you can enjoy the skin beautifying effect of the simple alkaline hot spring. The bath house is known for their medicinal ginseng baths using the local specialty produce from Aizumisato Town. The effect of the Aizu specialty Panax ginseng is said to promote blood circulation and warm the body from the core outwards. They also offer a cafe area which serves light meals as well as about 10-meter-square and 13-meter-square private tatami rooms making this the perfect place for a family or group to relax.
  • Tamanashi Hachimachi Onsen Public Bath
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Onuma-gun Kaneyamamachi Tamanashi Yoko Ido 2786
    A communal bath located along the Nojiri River, a known battleground for sweetfish fishers. Hachimachi Hot Spring stands on the east side of the river while Tamanashi Hot Spring stands opposite it on the west side of the river. Hachimachi Hot Spring, which has been in use for quite some time and gives of an atmosphere of history, offers mixed bathing in baths fed by source spring called the Kame-no-Yu (Turtle Spring). As it also draws water from the Tamanashi spring you can enjoy a blend of the spring waters as you bathe. Tamanashi Hot Spring has a nostalgic atmosphere and boasts a sodium hydrogen carbonate chloride sulfate spring that helps treat sensitivity to cold, abnormally dry skin, and other maladies. Whichever bath house you choose you'll be able to experience the history and lifestyle of the region.
  • Murayu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Minamiaizu-gun Tadamimachi Nagahama
    A day-use hot spring bath house with an abundance of free-flowing natural spring water located next to Yurari. The baths are fed by a sodium chloride sulfate spring with a reddish-brown color due to the high iron levels. The spring water promotes general good health and helps with muscle soreness, nerve pain, bruises, and recovery from fatigue. The bath house also offers a restaurant and large banquet hall for you to relax in. With prior reservation you can try making your own soba noodles.
  • Furumachi Onsen Akaiwaso
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Minamiaizu-gun Minamiaizumachi Furumachi Taishido 186-2
    "This modest day-use hot spring bathhouse is located in Minamiaizu-machi, Ina District (formerly Ina Village), which is known as the ""Hometown of Kendo."" Its baths are fed with free-flowing water notable for the reddish-brown color caused by its high iron and sodium content. The water is said to help with conditions such as cuts, burns, and chronic skin diseases. The bathhouse features outdoor and indoor baths, a lounge, and a restaurant."

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