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Hot Spring / Hot Spring Bath Spots in Mie Area

  • Tomariyu
    8 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Pref. Tobashi Toba 1 Inside Sadahama Park
    A 12-person footbath where you can soothe your tired feet while gazing at the ships and gulls traveling over the waters of Toba Bay. Fed by a chloride spring, the footbath’s waters are said to alleviate nerve pain, muscle pain, and stiff shoulders; travelers find it works wonders washing away the tiredness of a busy vacation schedule. Feel free to stop by the nearby Toba Marche, which sells convenient towels among other items. A two minute walk from Toba Station on the JR lines and the Kintetsu Toba Line.

    海(湾?)を眺めながら足湯ができます。すぐ横でタオルは販売していました。 鳥羽駅近く、鳥羽マルシェのすぐ横です。

  • Kahadakyo Onsen Iitaka no Yu
    11 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Pref. Matsusakashi Itakachoumiyamae 177
    This natural day-use hot spring is on the premises of the Roadside Station Iitaka-eki. It's a warm and open facility where the scent of wood follows you wherever you go. Both the outdoor and indoor baths look out on the Kushida River and Iitaka's natural surroundings. While it's a Roadside Station, it has an impressive 11 baths and a soothing atmosphere that both children and adults can relax and enjoy. Their Akayuwa-no-Yu is a wood heated bath that's open to men on odd numbered days and women on even numbered days. Tsubone-no-Yu has a reclining bath and runs on a schedule opposite to Akayuwa-no-Yu. They're closed on Wednesdays.

    三重県には良い温泉施設が少ないのですが、ここは十年以上お気に入りでほぼ毎週末通ってます。 いわゆるディープな温泉感はありませんが、なんと言っても清潔です。常にゴミや髪の毛を掃除する姿が見られ、天井の梁などにも蜘蛛の巣一つない。そして日帰りにありがちな塩素臭もないのがお気に入りポイント。 大きなピクチャーウィンドウからは緑がいっぱいで、ゆったりできます。休日でも人があふれているという事もないのもいい...

  • Resort Kumano Club
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Pref. Kumanoshi Kushiyachou 1430
    Resort Kumano Club is hidden away about a 15-minute drive from JR Kumano-shi Station. It has several kinds of outdoor hot spring baths where visitors can bathe in the open air in hot water from Shin Yunokuchi Onsen, whether they are on a day trip or stay overnight. Since the resort has left the natural environment as unchanged as possible, guests can escape their everyday lives for a while amidst the fields and forests of Kumano. The use of Kumano cedar in building the guest rooms creates a soothing atmosphere, and visitors can relax in a luxurious way that is possible only in the countryside. There are four types of guestrooms, all of them suites, all of them built to afford a view of Kumano's natural environment. The resort also takes great care with its meals, and guests can enjoy fine cuisine that makes use of the natural bounty and ingredients of Kumano.
  • Tennen Onsen Basho no Yu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Pref. Igashi Saimyouji 2756-104
    This hot spring spa is located within the Hill Hotel Sunpia Iga in Saimyoji, Iga City. The all-natural simple alkaline springs are said to help with conditions such as nerve pain, muscle soreness, joint pain, frozen shoulder, bruises, and hemorrhoids. The spa's western-style baths and Japanese-style baths, which rotate between the genders each day, feature outdoor baths, cascading stream baths, medicated baths, whirlpool baths, saunas, and more. The spa is notable for a barrier-free design with no steps between the entrance and the bath tubs. Open to the public, the spa is open in the morning and even offers a morning buffet.
  • Noten Mokumoku no Yu
    17 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Pref. Igashi Nishiyubune 3609
    An eight-minute drive from the Mibuno Interchange on the Meihan Expressway. This day trip hot spring bathhouse adjoins Iga no Sato Mokumoku Tezukuri Farm. Built on a nature rich mountain slope with the trees and other growth left in place as much as possible, the bathhouse has a beautifully rustic atmosphere and bathers can enjoy facilities such as a hideaway outdoor bath carved out of a huge natural boulder and surrounded by trees. In another of the bathhouse' outdoor baths, bathers can take in the surrounding wilderness as they are caressed by breezes blowing through the trees and soothed by the song of wild birds. The bathhouse makes use of a sodium chloride spring (isotonic/mildly alkaline/low temperature). A free footbath is located on the outside of the bathhouse.

    夕方仕事終わりに訪問 平日の夕方なので他にお客さんは少なくとてもいい雰囲気でした。 特に1番上の露天風呂を独り占めなんて最高〜っと思ってた矢先に耳元にブーンっと。黄色と黒の虫が、、 まぁ自然のど真ん中なので居てるのはわかるけども!裸で蜂に襲われると中々怖い! とりあえず一旦内湯に逃げ込み、少ししてから恐る恐る1番近い露天風呂でゆったりして帰りました。 大人820円なのでサウナとかあるとい...

  • Sarubino
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Pref. Igashi Kamiawa 2953
    This hot spring facility is in Iga City, Mie Prefecture. It has a large indoor bath with mist sauna and jet baths, as well as a natural hot spring area with outdoor bath. Divided into two areas, the stone bath Sasayuri-no-Yu, and the aromatic wooden Kesan-no-Yu, these alternate daily between men's and women's baths. The water quality is hydrogen carbonate chloride spring, which is said to help treat cuts and burns, and drinking is supposed to help with chronic constipation and digestive diseases.
  • Yabutcha
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Pref. Igashi Shimagahara 13680
    This hot spring facility is in Iga City, Mie Prefecture. The constantly replenished “kakenagashi” style water is 100% mineral-rich natural hot spring. The scenic outdoor bath offers a view of Kizugawa River and Shimagahara you can enjoy while you soak. The facility also has a free rest station and restaurant, as well as a souvenir shop where you can buy Iga specialty sweets and local products to take home.
  • Tennen Onsen Kur House Nagashima
    8 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Pref. Kuwanashi Nagashimachoufukuyoshi 879-5
    This day use hot spring facility is in Nagashima Sports Land. They have nine different varieties of bath, including full-body, water-exercise, and small whirlpool baths. All of them use natural hot spring water, constantly replenished “kakenagashi” style. The simple spring water type is said to be effective in recovery from fatigue and in promoting health. They also have a health-oriented bath program, with a Stress Release Course and a General Health Promotion course.


  • Kii Nagashima Furusato Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Furano 816, Kihokucho, Hokuto-gun, Mie Prefecture
    This day use hot spring facility is in Kihoku Town, Kitamuro County, Mie Prefecture. The spacious, high-ceilinged indoor bath uses sodium-hydrogen carbonate spring water, which is said to be effective in the recovery from fatigue and promoting health. They also have a paid hot spring stand where you can enjoy the spring water more fully. There is a campground and minshuku pension next door, so many of the guests there stop by for a soak.
  • Suzuka Tennen Onsen Hanashobu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Pref. Suzukashi Shounohayama 4-20-3 Aeon Town Suzukauchi
    At this day use hot spring facility, which uses pure spring water with constantly replenished “kakenagashi” style, they have 15 different types of bath and sauna, including stone tubs, strongly carbonated baths, steam saunas and more. The low concentration mildly alkaline high temperature spring water is said to be effective in treating nerve pain and muscle soreness, and is also known as a beautifying spring, leaving smooth skin.
  • Suzuka Satsuki Onsen
    1 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Pref. Suzukashi Tsugachou 850-2
    This hot spring open to day-trippers boasts water that is 100% drawn directly from an abundant hot spring source found 1,400 meters below ground. It is described as a weakly alkaline, simple hot spring, and is said to be effective in relieving muscle pain and fatigue. The hot spring has an indoor bath that has a large window giving it a spacious feeling, rotenburo (open-air bath) and sauna. There is also a Hot Springs Appreciation Day where discounted books of tickets are sold.

    銭湯なみの料金で掛け流し100パーセントの温泉を楽しめます。 お肌がつるつるになりました。 たまたま女性風呂の露天風呂へつながるドアが壊れていて、露天風呂には入れませんでしたが、屋内のお風呂でも十分楽しめました。 アメニティもあり、サウナもあるので、ゆっくりできます。

  • Menard Aoyama Resort
    5 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Mie Pref. Igashi Kiryu 2356
    This resort facility is located in a part of the Murou Akame Aoyama National Park. The vast resort space spreads out over three million square meters centered on the Menard Aoyama Hotel. Its draw is the green landscape that covers Takayama Kogen at a height of 600 meters and the fresh air. You can get panoramic views of mother nature, relaxing everyone who visits. There is a hot spring and indoor heated pool in the facility, and there are also recreational facilities such as a golf course and experiential workshop. In addition, there are places to come into contact with nature such as an herb garden and firefly pond.

    メナード青山リゾート内の「ホテルシャンベール」1階にあるレストランで、日帰り温泉時に利用して「フレンチミニコース」をいただきました。 足元まで広がる大きな窓からは眼前に広大な芝生広場があって、周囲の木々を眺められ、明るく開放的でゆっくり食事を楽しめました。ミニコースであっても味は本格的でとても美味しいフレンチを堪能しました。 タイトル通りのレストランなのに口コミ数が少ないので、訪問はさらに4ヶ月前...

  • Sakakibara Onsen
    39 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Tsu-shi Sakakibaracho 5824-1
    A hot spring district once extolled in Sei Shonagon's Pillow Book, the world's first collection of literary essays, in the distant Heian period-The (only) hot springs (worth mentioning) are Nanakuri no Yu (Sakakibara Onsen), Arima no Yu, and Tamatsukuri no Yu. Since ancient times, visitors to the Ise Jingu Shrine have stopped here to cleanse themselves and purify their bodies (known as yugori-no-yu). The hot spring waters here have powerful beautifying effects-the sodium bicarbonate they contain helps to remove old, dead skin layers, while the abundant quantities of sodium ions and high alkalinity create a protective membrane over the skin. The colorless waters of these alkaline simple springs are said to treat skin diseases, diabetes, and nerve pain. The hot springs here have also long been said to soothe lovesickness; a poem by Sei Shonagon states, Nanakuri no Yu (Sakakibara Onsen) / in Ichishi / for you / hearing that love will not end/I feel sad.

    As described in Makura no Sōshi/The Pillow Book, an old essay from the Heian period, this hot spring village is authentic. The texture of the water is incredibly smooth. Although the resort itself is...

  • Kihoku Sennen Hot Springs
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Prefecture Kitamuro-gun, Kihoku-cho, Tojojima 3043-4 (Shiro no hama)
    The waters of this private salt spring, situated along the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage routes connecting Kumano with the Ise Jingu Shrine, can be enjoyed at Hotel Tokinoza. The hotel has an outdoor baths, large indoor baths, and private reservable baths; at the outdoor baths, bathers can enjoy scenery deemed the Matsushima of Kii during the daytime and star-filled skies at night. The hotel offers day trip plans with and without lunch for non-guests, making it the perfect place to stop by in between enjoying other area attractions. The 600 kilometer long pilgrimage routes of the Kumano Kodo, a designated World Heritage Site; and Uo-machi, an old-fashioned fishing town; are located nearby, while the famous Ise Jingu Shrine is situated a 60 minute drive away. This hot spring destination is filled with points of interest, and visitors can enjoy activities such as hiking ancient pilgrimage trails and river and ocean sports here throughout the year.
  • Isegeku Sando Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Ise-shi Honmachi 1-1
    The Ise Geku Sando Onsen is a hot spring welling forth on the grounds of the Ise Shinsen ryokan inn and is the only natural hot spring found in front of the Ise Jingu Shrine. The inn makes use of additional heating and water in its baths to adjust the waters of its sodium chloride hydrocarbonate saline spring. It is said that since ancient times travelers, known as misogi, would ritually purify themselves in these saline waters before worshipping at the shrine. All of the inn's 45 rooms have its own outdoor bath, making it easy for guests to enjoy the natural, curative hot spring waters. The Ise Utsuwa Ichi pottery market, located on the inn's grounds, sells pottery from throughout the Chubu region, including Mino ware, Bizen ware, Seto ware, Tokoname ware, and Shigaraki ware-pottery from regions counted among the Six Ancient Kilns-as well as local Mie Prefecture Iga ware and Yokkaichi City Banko ware.
  • Akame Onsen Kakure no Yu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Pref. Nabarishi Akamechou Nagasaka 682
    A hot spring hotel located a five minute walk from the Akame 48 Waterfalls, a scenic area selected as one of 100 best waterfall areas, one of the 100 best forest waterfall areas, one of the 100 best hiking areas, and 100 Exquisite and Well-Conserved Waters of the Heisei Period in the country. The hotel's high quality alkaline simple hot spring, a certified Japan Recuperative Hot Spring, is said to promote beauty. The hotel is located in a ravine with many waterfalls, deep pools, and stunning rock formations, each of which carries a name granted it long, long ago. The area's hiking trail, which takes 90 minutes to walk one way, weaves through areas of beautiful, natural scenery. In addition, visitors to the Akame 48 Waterfalls area can gird their loins and stand underneath one of the many freezing falls, a traditional ascetic practice which strengthens mind, body, and soul and which will make you feel like a real Iga ninja. The hotel's hot spring bath facilities are also open to non-guests. Be sure to enjoy the unique cuisine of Akame Onsen, including Iga beef, sweetfish from the Nabari River, and ninja nabe hotpot.
  • Inokura Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Tsu-shi Hakusancho Sada 2643
    A hot spring hotel and day trip bathing facility located not far from the Aoyama Highland in Muro-Akame-Aoyama Quasi-National Park. The waters of the highly alkaline simple spring boast a hydrogen ion concentration of pH 9.4 to 9.7; slippery and smooth to the touch, they are said to treat such ailments as atopy, nerve pain, sensitivity to cold, fatigue, sleep disorders, and autonomic instability. Nearby, visitors will find the Japon Louvre Sculpture Museum, which possesses a 33 meter tall gold leaf statue of Kannon said to be the largest in the world; and Higashiaoyama Shiki no Sato, a park famous for its fields of 30 thousand azaleas and other flours. In addition, destinations such as scenic Kimigano Dam, the wind farm turbines of the Aoyama Highland, and Kitabatake-jinja Shrine are all located within a 45 minute drive, making it easy for visitors to experience natural beauty and local history.
  • Yunokuchi Onsen
    28 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Kumano-shi Kiwacho Yunokuchi 10
    This hot spring resort is located in an area called Yunokuchi which flourished from the Nanboku-cho period (1336-1392) thanks to local gold mining. The resort offers everything from day trip hot spring bathing to long-term stay plans and has lodging facilities and cooking facilities for guests. The resort's simple and retro bathing facilities are basically unchanged since ancient times. The resort is known as a cane-forgetting hot spring due to stories of people coming here walking with a cane but forgetting to take the cane home after being healed in the resort's baths. The current facility was recently remodeled in 2015; possessing no restaurant, those who do not intend to cook for themselves should dine at Hotel Seiryuso located three kilometers away. The waters of the resort's sodium calcium chloride spring are said to treat such ailments as nerve pain, muscle soreness, joint pain, frozen shoulders, motor paralysis, bruises, sprains, hemorrhoids, sensitivity to cold, and fatigue.

    Well worth a day trip - we did not use the public baths but we enjoyed the overall ambience and the walk around the area.

  • Ijika Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Toba Ijikacho
    The entirety of Toba City, Mie Prefecture is situated inside Ise-Shima National Park, and here visitors can enjoy gorgeous natural scenery, history, and culture. In the Ijika Onsen hot spring district, the waters of each hot spring bathing facility possess different qualities, most being hydrogen carbonate springs. Each has its own benefits, but in general they are said to be effective for general indication and treat such ailments as nerve pain, frozen shoulders, and skin diseases. Many of the lodging facilities in the district possess outdoor baths with views of the ocean, and bathers can enjoy the vast scenery unfurling right in front of their eyes. Some of the area's things to see and do include the Shima Marine Leisure sightseeing boats, which leave from the Toba Marine Terminal and the Pearl Island / Toba Aquarium Drop Off; and the Toba Sea-Folk Museum, which possess some 60 thousand folk culture items concerning the sea (6,879 of which are designated National Important Tangible Folk Cultural Properties). Visitors can also enjoy visiting the many historic sites, shrines, and temples here.
  • Nagashima Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Mie Kuwana-shi
    A hot spring area whose springs were discovered during a natural gas survey in 1963. Located inside Suigo Prefectural Natural Park, this hot spring destination is famous for its superb location commanding a view of Ise Bay. Among the many hot spring hotels, inns, and day trip bathhouses in the area, the renowned Nagashima Resort is conveniently connected to Nagoya, Osaka, Tokyo, and Yokohama via non-stop buses. The resort’s Yuami no Yu bathhouse is one of the largest in Japan, with grounds spanning 33,000 square meters and encompassing 17 different outdoor and indoor men and women’s baths in total, and here visitors can enjoy the sight of a variety of seasonal flowers, trees, and plants year round from the bathhouse’ outdoor baths. The facility also has private family baths and baths incorporating universal design principles which can accommodate wheelchairs.

Mie Main Areas


Spread across the eastern side of the Kii Peninsula, Mie prefecture boasts hundreds of kilometers of pretty coastline comprising the oyster-rich Toba city and Shima National Park all the way down to Kumano, a city that marks the beginning of part of the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage, which runs into neighboring Wakayama prefecture. However, Mie is best known for the Ise Jingu Shinto shrine inland, one of the oldest and largest shrines in the country.

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