Accommodations / Hot Spring Spots in Fukushima Area

  • Takayu Onsen Public Bath House Attaka-Yu
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    4.5
    66 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...

  • Iizaka Hanamomo no Yu
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    4.0
    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。

  • Dosen-no-yu
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    3.5
    6 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Fukushima-shi Iizakamachi Yuno Dosen 16
    "A communal bathhouse established in the Yuno district of Iizaka-machi in 1962. Perhaps because the district was close to the hot spring area, few people had baths in their own homes, so there were demands to build a bathhouse in a place that was more convenient for the local people. It opened in a neighborhood called ""Dosen,"" the source of the name ""Dosen-no-yu."" Given its location in a residential area, it is favored mostly by local residents. The waters are alkaline simple springs."

    飯坂温泉共同浴場 導専の湯」は、飯坂町湯野地区に開業した共同浴場です。同地区は温泉街が近かったこともあり、気軽に入れる共同浴場を設置してほしいという要望が多く「導専の湯」として開業したそうです。

  • Yahata no Yu
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    3.5
    3 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Fukushima-shi Iizakamachi Baba 20-1
    "One of the communal bathhouses in Iizaka Onsen, established in 1962. It is near Hachiman Jinja Shrine and Hachimanji Temple, where the Kenka Matsuri (""Argument Festival"") is held, and since the characters for ""Hachiman"" can also be read as ""Yahata,"" this is where the name of the bathhouse came from. During the Reitaisai grand festival in October, the whole area takes on a festive atmosphere."

    八幡神社の近くにあります。あまり観光客のこない公共浴場でこちらも200円で入浴できます、古い建物で他同様シャワーなどがありません。桶でお湯をくんで体にかけて入ります。狭いのですがその分地元の方がに話しかけてくれます。こちらも熱い

  • Sabako-yu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Fukushima-shi Iizakamachi Yuzawa 32
    "A hot spring bathhouse long cherished as Japan's oldest wood construction communal bathhouse. Due to the deterioration of the earlier structure, it was reconstructed in its original form in 1993. When the 12th-century poet Saigyo Hoshi visited this hot spring, he wrote the poem, ""I kept looking beyond the mountains from Sabako while thinking of people I had met."" This is said to be the reason that the name ""Sabako-yu"" has stuck. Even now, it is considered the symbol of the Iizaka Hot Spring Area, and it receives many visitors, both from the surrounding area and from other parts of Japan. The water is from alkaline simple springs."
  • Senki no Yu
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    3.0
    1 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Fukushima-shi Iizakamachi Yuno Atagomae 35
    "These public baths were once called Shitayu, meaning ""lower baths,"" on account of their former location of the downstream of Kiriyu baths. Although it is not clear exactly what year they opened, the bath came to be commonly known as ""Senki no Yu"" because of their reputation for curing ""senki"" (colicky abdominal pain). The baths would eventually be moved to their current location in 1967. Today they are used not only by locals but also by many visitors from outside of Fukushima City."

    飯坂温泉駅からは、徒歩5分くらいです。鯖湖湯とは逆の方向です。 地元の方のための共同浴場です。 めちゃくちゃ熱かったです。 観光客が入るのはかなり勇気がいりました。

  • Kajika no Yu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Fukushima-shi Tsuchiyuonsenmachi
    These foot baths are located on the banks of the Arakawa River that weaves through the Tsuchiyu Onsen hot spring district. The baths are situated next to the Arakawa Ohashi Bridge, which is famous for its four massive kokeshi wooden dolls. They are fed with sharply-hot free-flowing hot spring water. A 1.8-meter-tall kokeshi wooden doll stands in the center of the bath.
  • Totsuna no Yu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Fukushima-shi Iizakamachi Shimokawara 36-7
    A common bathing facility in Iizaka Onsen. It gets its name from its proximity to the Totsuna Bridge over the Surikamigawa River, which divides the Iizaka District in half. It is near Hanamizuzaka Station on the Fukushima Kotsu Line, so many customers come from places other than Iizaka-machi. The spring contains alkaline simple springs.
  • Daimon no Yu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Fukushima-shi Iizakamachi Daimon 1
    "A common bathing facility created in 1962. It was named Daimon (""Great Gate""), because it is on the site where the main gate of Ootori Castle once stood. Located in a highland, its view of the northern part of Fukushima City makes it a popular destination. The water source is alkaline simple springs."
  • Tennoji Anabarayu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Fukushima-shi Iizakamachi Yuno Yujiri 25
    One of the communal bathhouses at Iizaka Onsen. In the old days, it was located at Okutotsuna Bridge on the upper reaches of the Surikami River and was called Tennoji-yu, but it was moved to its current location in 1986 and renamed Tennoji Anabara-yu. Located in a beautiful natural setting, this public bath is said to be especially effective against skin disease. It features alkaline simple springs.
  • Kiri-yu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Fukushima-shi Iizakamachi Yuno Kiriyunoue 5
    "This bathhouse is built at a spring that is said to have been discovered in 1624. It was originally called Kami-yu, but after mountain ascetic began using its waters to heal the wounds they incurred from cutting themselves, it became known as Kiri-yu, from the word for ""cutting."" It is said to be effective against wounds. Its name can be written with either the character for ""cutting"" or the character for ""paulownia."" Its water is alkaline simple springs."
  • Richmond Hotel Fukushima Ekimae
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    4.5
    513 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    1-15, MikawaMinamimachi Fukushima

    Basic clean hotel right in front of Fukushima train station. Nothing fancy. Beds on the hard / lower end side so if youre a picky sleeper you might not sleep well. Hotel restaurant (where the...

  • Iizaka Onsen
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    3.5
    15 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Fukushima-shi Iizakamachi Totsuna Machi 3
    An ancient hot spring district considered one of the three most renowned alongside Akiu Onsen and Naruko Onsen in Miyagi. The history of the district dates all the way back to the Jomon period and it is said the legendary figure Yamato Takeru no mikoto bathed here. The Sabakoyu, the oldest wooden public bathhouse in Japan, is said to be the place where an ill Yamato Takeru no mikoto bathed to recuperate, and even today many tourists from around the prefecture and country make their way here. During the mid-Edo period, the area became quite famous, attracting the celebrated poet Matsuo Basho, who wrote about the hot spring district in his major work The Narrow Road to the Deep North, further enhancing the location's renowned. Here visitors can enjoy themselves in a variety of ways as suits their tastes and interests thanks to the area's nine variegated public bathhouses, free footbaths, and hot spring hotels offering delicious local cuisine.

    飯坂温泉駅前の交差点の角にある観光案内所ですが、外観は和風で蕎麦屋さんみたいでした。パンフレット配布のほか、スタッフによる対面案内もしてくれます。キャラクターグッズも販売していました。

  • Azuma Ya Ryokan
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    4.5
    43 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Fukushima-shi Machiniwasaka Taka Yu 33

    [予約] なかなか予約が取れないと聞きますが,運良く4日前に電話したところ, キャンセルが出たと言うことで,即予約できました。 税別1.3万円の料金でした。 [温泉] まずバスタオルは何枚でも利用できて幸せ。 A 内湯(24時間) 男性,女性,貸切 貸切はチェックイン時に予約。1時間ごとの区切りの中で40分の入浴。 15分前にはフロントに鍵を戻すシステム。お風呂からフロントは意外と遠いよ...

  • Shin Noji Onsen
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    4.0
    44 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Fukushima-shi Tsuchiyuonsenmachi Noji 2

    福島県までは遠く、交通の便は良くないが、行く価値のある温泉が待っていました。露天風呂のまわりは 湯けむりと草です。熱めのお湯が好きなのでやっと自分好みのお湯に入ることができました。旅館の設備とか料理の内容とかを求めるならば、他を選択すればいいと思います。

  • Ryokan Tamagoyu
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    4.0
    138 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    7 Takayu, Machiniwasaka, Fukushima-shi, Fukushima Prefecture

    Really pretty onsen in the mountains of Fukushima. Staff is really lovely and friendly and helpful. Greeting was excellent. And they catered a beautiful vegetarian ryokan meal for me and my friends...

  • Hakoyu
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    4.0
    24 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Fukushima Pref. Fukushimashi Izakamachi Totsunachou 30

    外見はノスタルジックな趣きがあります。上階から眺めも楽しめるのかと思ったら上には行けませんでした。 お湯は42℃と45℃の浴槽に分かれていて、熱すぎるのが苦手な人でも入れるお風呂。 共同浴場だからでしょうか、シャンプーなどは無かったので、必要な人は持参する事をお勧めします。

  • Sansuiso
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    4.0
    131 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    55 Tsuchiyaonsen-machi Fukushima

    We had spent time in Tokyo prior to coming to Sansuiso and this town and this hotel was a lovely escape from the busy cities. We visited in winter and the snowy views from our room and the baths were...

  • Iizaka Hotel Juraku
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    4.0
    106 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    福島県福島市飯坂町西滝ノ町27

    We got a last-minute deal on one of their premium Sora triple rooms, which are in their own section of the hotel and were renovated this year. The room reminded me of a nice new Japanese apartment...

  • Takayu Onsen Kagetsu Highland Hotel
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    4.0
    88 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    1-20 Jinnomori, Machiniwasaka, Fukushima-shi, Fukushima Prefecture

    While only accessible by driving, the hotel offers several amenities, from karaoke, to massages, and a drinks bar. Rooms are well heated and the food is fantastic. Onsens come with a good view, and...

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