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Accommodations / Hot Spring Spots in Ayashiyama / Sagano Area

  • Tenzan-no-Yu Sagano Hot Spring
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    3.5
    11 Reviews
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    Kyoto Kyoutoshi Ukyou-ku Saganomiyanomotochou 55-4-7
    This is a day trip hot spring facility around a five-minute walk from Arisugawa Station, close to Arashiyama and Sagano, in a typical Kyoto style building. One can enjoy natural hot spring waters gushing out from 1,200 meters underground, and there is a rich variety of baths available including stone open-air baths, circular baths, and indoor baths where one can enjoy a spacious foot bath. The theater sauna in the men’s area and two types of sauna in the women’s area mean one’s body can be properly warmed even in cold seasons. Inside are complete relation facilities including a restaurant with a fish tank and a rest area.

    Tenzannoyu dining is a casual restaurant inside Tenzannoyu public bath. Even you only use the restaurant, you need to pay the entrance for bath. In my opinion, their food is just so so. But it is not...

  • Hotel Kyoto Eminence (Kyoto Take-no-Sato Onsen)
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    3.5
    31 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kyoto Kyoutoshi Nishikyou-ku Oharanohigashisakaidanichou 2-4
    This hot spring inn is in Nishikyo Ward, Kyoto City. Their natural hot springs are unusual in that two varieties of water bubble up. They have ten kinds of baths, including a popular open-air bath with an atmosphere that changes from day to night. It welcomes non-staying visitors who just come for a bath too, making it popular with tourists and locals alike.

    My Japanese farther in law booked is in this hotel for our trip to Kyoto. The hotel has an onsen(Japanese hot spring/public bath). I have tattoos and my wife checked the hotels website for...

  • Nizaemon-no-Yu
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    4.0
    13 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kyoto Kyoutoshi Nishikyou-ku Katagiharabonyama 5
    There are two kinds of free-flowing medicinal hot springs at Nizaemon-no-Yu, which features Kyoto's only stone spa that men and women can use together. Its Utsusemi outdoor bath with large stones scattered about is highly popular, as is its Fujitsubo outdoor bath with a hot mist-spouting kamaburo steam bath landscaped with plant life, water, and stones. After your soak, head to their eatery Nizashokudo to relax in the old-time atmosphere of a reconstructed traditional house from Shiga.

    Amazing place to check out when you're out here. Very peaceful place with various settings. First is in a huge room, there are also hot and cold springs outdoors. Staff there are very friendly and...

  • Arashiyama Onsen 'Station Footbath'
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kyoto Kyoto-shi Ukyo-ku Sagatenryujitsukurimichicho 20
    A footbath fed by the Arashiyama hot spring on the platform of Arashiyama Station on the Randen Tram Line. The station doesn't have a ticket gate so you can enjoy the footbath without needing to ride the tram and this is the perfect place to rest your weary feet after walking around Arashiyama.
  • Arashiyama Onsen Saishiki no Yado Hanaikada
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    Saikyo-ku Arashiyama Togetsukyo Minamizume Kyoto
  • Arashiyama Benkei
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    34 Susukinobaba-cho, Sagatenryuji, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto-shi
  • Saga Grace Hotel
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    6-1 Sagashingu-cho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto-shi
  • Oyama Guest House Kyoto
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Nishikyo-ku Miyanogocho Kamikatsura 31-7 Kyoto
  • Upper Katsura House - Twin Room with Bunk BedShared Bathroom
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Gaisei Building 3F Nishikyo-ku Katsura Tokudaijikitacho 7 Kyoto
  • Upper Katsura House - Twin Room with Shared Bathroom C
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Gaisei Building 3F Nishikyo-ku Katsura Tokudaijikitacho 7 Kyoto
  • Upper Katsura House - Twin Room with Shared Bathroom A
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Gaisei Building 3F Nishikyo-ku Katsura Tokudaijikitacho 7 Kyoto
  • Upper Katsura House - Room 501 King Room Shared Bathroom
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Gaisei Building 3F Nishikyo-ku Katsura Tokudaijikitacho 7 Kyoto
  • Upper Katsura House - Double Room with Shared Bathroom B
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Gaisei Building 3F Nishikyo-ku Katsura Tokudaijikitacho 7 Kyoto
  • Upper Katsura House - Double Room with Shared Bathroom D
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Gaisei Building 3F Nishikyo-ku Katsura Tokudaijikitacho 7 Kyoto
  • Upper Katsura House - Double Room with Shared Bathroom C
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Gaisei Building 3F Nishikyo-ku Katsura Tokudaijikitacho 7 Kyoto
  • Upper Katsura House - Double Room with Shared Bathroom E
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Gaisei Building 3F Nishikyo-ku Katsura Tokudaijikitacho 7 Kyoto
  • Upper Katsura House - Double Room with Shared Bathroom A
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Gaisei Building 3F Nishikyo-ku Katsura Tokudaijikitacho 7 Kyoto
  • Oyama Guesthouse Kyoto
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    31-7 Kamikatsura Miyanogo-cho, Nishikyo-ku, Kyoto-shi
  • Upper Katsura House - Twin Room with Shared Bathroom D
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Gaisei Building 3F Nishikyo-ku Katsura Tokudaijikitacho 7 Kyoto
  • Upper Katsura House - Double Room with Shared Bathroom F
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Gaisei Building 3F Nishikyo-ku Katsura Tokudaijikitacho 7 Kyoto

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