Hot Spring / Hot Spring Ryokan Spots in Toyama Area

  • Tateyama Yoshimine Onsen Tateyama Green Park Yoshimine
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Nakaniikawa-gun Tateyamamachi Yoshiminenobiraki 12
    A hot spring bathhouse in Yoshiminenobiraki, Tateyama, Nakaniikawa. The baths are fed by a simple natural hot spring that is said to be effective in treating nerve pain, joint pain, sensitivity to cold, and recovering from fatigue. They offer four different types of baths including an open-air bath made with natural stones and an herb bath as well as a sauna. They also have a rest area, a dining room, a shop that sells souvenirs and light meals, and a shop that sells local fresh seafood and produce.
  • Unazuki Onsen Yumedokoro Unazuki
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Kurobe-shi Unazuki Onsen 256-11
    This bath spot mixes hospitality and familiarity. The crystal clear hot spring water type is mildly alkaline, and is said to be effective for muscle soreness, nerve pain, frozen shoulders, and joint pain. The first floor also holds a tourist information office, foot bath, and drinking spring, and has become a symbol of the town of Unazuki. They also sell face towels, toothbrushes, mini-soap, and brushes for use in the bath.
  • Toyama City Furudo no Mori Nature Village
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Ikeda 1044
    Toyama Furudo no Mori Nature Village is a hot spring facility located near the Furudo Dam in the city of Toyama, Toyama Prefecture. The salt water spring and the hydrogen carbonate spring, which feel glassy to the touch, are known to promote beautiful skin and effective in removing dead skin cells. Customers who make reservations can take advantage of the barbecue facilities, and food is provided. Customers can also enjoy a lunch time buffet, but only on weekends or holidays. There are also conference rooms and banquet rooms, so groups can use the facilities. Visitors can even spendthe night in cottages equipped with kitchens, toilets, and running water.
  • Nukumori no Sato
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Nanto-shi Omata 311
    A hot spring bathhouse in Omata, Nanto. The baths are fed by a simple alkaline hot spring which is said to aid with nerve pain, joint pain, and chronic digestive diseases. They have an open-air bath which offers an amazing view of Mt. Kurikara and the surrounding nature. They also offer body care facilities, a restaurant, a beer garden, a banquet hall, private rooms and a shop selling vegetables.
  • Kuroba Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Nanto-shi Kamitaira Hosojima 1098
    A hot spring bathhouse along National Route 156 in Kamitairahosojima, Nanto. The baths are fed by a sodium calcium sulfate chloride spring that is said to aid with nerve pain, bruises, chronic digestive diseases, and recovery from fatigue. They have an open-air bath with a view of the dam lake and a sauna. They also have a resting space and a restaurant.
  • Kintarou Onsen Karuna no Yakata
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Pref. Uodushi Tenjinnoshin 6000
    "This ""super onsen"" hot springs spa is located in an urban area of Uozu City along the Hokuriku Expressway. They are especially proud of their Tateyama Renbo Panorama Daiyokuden, a large public bath featuring stones gathered from across the country that have been carefully arranged to resemble the Tateyama Mountain Range. The ability to enjoy magnificent natural scenery right in front of your eyes despite being in an indoor bath is quite appealing. Another attraction of note is their Teien Dai-Rotenburo, a large open air bath decorated with large stones (sourced primarily from Shikoku) that have been arranged in the style of a Japanese garden. There, you can relax while enjoying the diverse scenery of the changing seasons. The spa's other facilities include a spacious rest area, relaxation rooms, and a game corner."
  • Natural Hot Spring Spa Kaiou
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Pref. Imizushi Kaganomiya 361
    This hot springs spa adjacent to the roadside station Kamonpa-Ku Shinminato is a 20 -minute bus ride from JR Kosugi Station via the Kitokito Bus (Imizu City Community Bus) Shinminato-Kosugi Line. The baths open in the morning at 5:00 a.m. and close at 11:45 p.m. at night. The spa's 50 degree centigrade hot spring water, sourced from 1,200 meters below ground, has unusually high hypertonicity, meaning it is easily absorbed by the body. It warms the body to the core and is believed to help with nerve pain, poor blood circulation, and chronic women's diseases. The spa's restaurant features relaxed tatami-style seating. Its zarusoba (chilled soba noodles served on a bamboo strainer) and soy milk soft-serve ice cream are popular choices. The spa also offers packages for girls' nights out that allow you to enjoy the hot springs without having to bring anything.
  • Taikoyama Onsen Taikounoyu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Pref. Imizushi Kurokawa 5424
    This day bathing hot springs facility is a 15-minute drive from Hokuriku Expressway Kosugi Interchange. The facility uses two types of bath water; natural hot spring water from 1,200 meters underground and high-concentration artificial carbonated baths. The high-concentration carbonated spring water warms the body to the core, and the carbonation directly stimulates the autonomic nerves, giving it great relaxation effects. It also helps improve blood flow, which can reduce sensitivity to cold and give you beautiful skin. The facility also offers a number of popular services including body and foot care (massage, etc.) and salon treatments.
  • Natural Hot Springs Spa Yurara Tonami Branch
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Pref. Tonamishi Goroumaru 622-1
    This hot springs spa is a five-minute drive from Hokuriku Expressway's Tonami Interchange. The hot spring water, pumped from 1,250 meters below the ground, is thought to help with nerve pain, muscle pain, poor circulation, recovery from fatigue, chronic skin diseases, chronic women's diseases, and more. Their Gensenburo (wellspring bath) out open-air baths are fed with hot spring water straight from the source, as the name suggests. The adjacent circular Iwaburo (stone bath) offers great views of the starry sky when the weather is good. Their rock sauna facility, Hokuriku's largest, offers five different types to choose from, including their Rakutan no Yu, which features Maifan Stone.
  • Tsurugi Fureaikan Alps no Yu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Nakaniikawa-gun Kamiichimachi Yuwano 8-1176
    This day trip onsen bathhouse has outdoor baths of kakenagashi style flowing directly from the source. The water type is alkaline simple spring, and is believed to be effective in treating all kinds of things like nerve, muscle, and joint pain, as well as sensitivity to cold. This was the first onsen in the prefecture to bring in carbonated springs after it began to draw attention in Japan for its outstanding effects. They also have large public baths and fragrant baths, both of which are highly relaxing. There is also a children's' play area and rest station.
  • Yuyu Land Hanatsubaki
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Nanto-shi
    This onsen sits near beautiful Akasobu lake. It has a Bonatherm & Aufguss Sauna, and the special minus-ion rich sauna-use fragrance has is popular for its aromatherapy effects. In addition to day trip use, you can also rent out rooms for private use up to one month in advance. In addition to the nearby lake, there are tennis courts, and Kainyo Tsubaki no Mori park.
  • Shin Gokayama Onsen Yuraku
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Nanto-shi Okuzushima 96-2
    This greenery-embraced day-use hot spring center is on the great location along the Shogawa River. It's the perfect place to soak away your exhaustion in a scenic outdoor bath, sauna with a view, or indoor Jacuzzi bath. They also have a restaurant that focuses on seasonal ingredients for ever-changing cuisine. After your bath, we highly recommend you cool off with their Shogawa River-grown yuzu juice beverage, Yuzuchibi.
  • Gyokei Himi's Secret Flavor Spot
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Himi-shi Kita Omachi 7-38
    This minshuku private lodging is in Kita-omachi, Himi City. There are four rooms in this small-scale, family-run lodging uses Himi onsen hot spring water in their baths, and has a large banquet hall perfect for events. They also serve house-made cuisine made with seasonal seafood brought directly from Toyama bay every morning, perfect to enjoy the local flavors of the bay, like winter amberjack, glass shrimp, firefly squid, and so on.
  • APAHOTEL Toyama Natural Onsen Sauna Spa-X
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Toyama-shi Kuboshinmachi 4-61
    This onsen is attached to APA Hotel Toyama, on Prefectural Route 172 in Kubo-shinmachi, Toyama City. They have large indoor baths and outdoor baths using natural onsen water, and in addition to saunas, they also have a restaurant Nomikui Dokoro DanDan. It is free for use by hotel guests.
  • Koshi no Niwa
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Takaoka-shi Fushikikokubu 2-5-25
    All of the water in this hot spring bathhouse is natural spring water pumped from underground. The mineral ion ore artificial hot spring, radium ore artificial hot spring (outdoor bath), and bedrock bath can all be used on day trips. On clear days, you can watch the sun rise over the distant Tateyama Mountain Range. You can ask for information on sunrise times and Tateyama mountain viewing.
  • Foot Bath Omokage
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Kurobe-shi Unazuki Onsen Unazuki Park
    This foot bath is in one corner of Unazuki Park. This footbath was built in 2003, to celebrate the 80th anniversary of Unazuki Onsen's opening, and uses mildly alkaline simple spring water. The shelter has benches, and the foot bath bottom is made with natural stones from the Kurobe river. Located about a five-minute walk from Unazuki Onsen Station, it's filled with refreshing breezes.
  • Tochi no Yu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Kurobe-shi Unazuki Onsen Ooo 6215
    "This natural day-use hot spring offers a view of Kurobe Gorge and Lake Unazuki. The baths all use pure Kuronagi hot spring water of mildly alkaline simple spring water quality, which has the nickname ""beautiful skin water."" The water is believed to have properties to help relieve neuralgia and beautify skin. They have outdoor and indoor baths, both of which offer fantastic views of Kurobe Gorge's beautiful scenery."
  • Kintaro Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Uozu-shi Tenjinnoshin 6000
    A hot spring district located in Uozu, a city famous for its mirages. The district's hot spring was dug from 1,000 meters below the surface in 1965. This sulfur-containing sodium-calcium-chloride spring generates an abundant flow. The area became famous after the Tokyo Olympic Village headquarters were moved to the site. The district was given its name by Shichihei Ishiguro, founder of the district's only hot spring hotel (also called Kintarou Onsen), in the hope that bathers would become as strong and brimming with health as the legendary Kintaro. The waters of the source spring are high temperature-reaching 75° C-and are said to treat burns, skin diseases, and nerve pain.
  • Unazuki Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Kurobe-shi Unazuki Onsen
    The springs of this hot spring area were first tapped in 1923 and its hot spring hall was built in 1964. The waters of the area’s colorless, alkaline simple springs are known for being gentle on and beautifying the skin. Visitors can find hotels and ryokan inns in the town area as well as a public bathhouse with a footbath, hot spring water fountain, and tourist information center, and many people stop by here while visiting Kurobe Gorge. Visitors to this popular hot spring destination can also enjoy food made with fresh, seasonal ingredients and the bounties of Toyama Bay. Although the area’s trolley train stops operating at the end of November, a variety of winter events are held here, including a Snow Carnival and a fireworks display over the snow.
  • Gokayama Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Toyama Nanto-shi Tamukai 333-1
    Alongside Shirakawa-go, Gokayama is one of the few places in Japan where traditional thatched roof houses stand en masse, and these structures were designated a World Heritage Site in 1995. The Gokayama Onsen hot spring district encompasses an inn where novelist Ryotaro Shiba stayed as well as the Iwase-ke, a huge thatched roof home open to tourists. The waters of the area's sulfate springs are said to treat ailments such as nerve pain and muscle soreness, in addition to preventing post-bath chills. Area destinations such as the Gokayama Folk Museum, Lake Katsura, and the thatched roof homes of the villages of Suganuma and Ainokura provide more than enough things to see and do, but visitors can also enjoy hot spring bathing together with seasonal picturesque scenery, too. Gokayama visitors can also find short classes where they can try handmade Japanese washi paper making, pottery painting, harie paper patch painting, and Gokayama tofu making.

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Toyama is one of the three prefectures that house the Japanese Alps, with its southern and eastern borders comprising one long stretch of mountains, out of which the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is forged. While traditional crafts fill the northern coastal cities of Toyama and Takaoka, thatched roof houses offer unrivalled views against a backdrop of fantastic scenery at Gokayama in the mountainous area in the south of the prefecture.

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