Hot Spring / Hot Spring Ryokan Spots in Hyogo Area

  • Arima Hot Spring Kin no Yu
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    4.0
    207 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyogo Pref. Koubeshi Kita-ku Arimachou 833
    A municipal day trip bathing facility located in the Arima Hot Spring area, a famous hot spring site favored by the Imperial Regent Toyotomi Hideyoshi. This renowned public bathhouse, long operated here, was remodeled and reopened in 2002. The facility’s reddish brown waters come from the “Gold Spring” source. The bathhouse has men’s and women’s indoor baths as well as a rest lobby. The outdoor footbath and spring water station are free to use, and many like to stop here for a quick break during a walk. The closest station is Arima Onsen Station.

    My children went skiing at Mt. Rokko. After dropping them there, I drove to Arima town. It is only a 20 - 25 mins ride. Arima town is a very nice small town. I tried both Kin No Yu and Gin No Yu...

  • Hotel New Awaji Plaza Awajishima
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    4.0
    177 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyougo Pref. Minamiawajishi Amafukiagemachi 1433-2
    This hotel is in Amafukiage-machi, Minami Awaji City. 100% of the natural, therapeutic Minami-Awaji Onsen hot spring water wells up on the premises. It's sulfur and calcium containing sodium-chloride spring has high heat retaining, moisturizing, and skin protecting properties, including from ultra-violet rays. A soak also helps alleviate symptoms of a variety of ailments. The hotel's open-air bath has a view of the sea off Awaji Island and Naruto Strait. It's a nice spot to watch the sunset, too. Their indoor Shiozaki Onsen in particular is said to be good for the skin. They have a day-use plan that includes lunch.

    This hotel is set with a great view of the Ohnaruto Bridge. The womens outdoor hot springs bath (rotemburo) is spectacular. Many tasty dishes of both Western and Japanese cuisine are served at the...

  • Shiosai-Kirara Syokichi
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    4.0
    101 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyougo Pref. Akoushi Misaki 2-8
    This hot spring hotel located at the tip of Ako Misaki has an expansive view of the Seto Inland Sea that visitors can enjoy while soaking at Soten-no-Yu, their large public bath. The view of sunset over the horizon is stunning. The lounge overlooks the sea as well and is a great place to relax after your bath while taking in the scenery. They even have a device that makes half-boiled onsen tamago eggs that will make you feel like you've stepped into a hot spring town. Close to tourist spots like Fukuura Beach and Iwatsuhime Shrine, it's a good base for sightseeing. They welcome people just stopping by to use the baths.

    Everything is good .. The hotel shuttle bus from Banshuako The reception and service were excellent Rotenburo with nice view of the sea, esp at sunrise. Comfortable room with view of the...

  • Konoyu
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    4.0
    114 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyogo Pref. Toyokashi Kinosakichouyushima 610
    This historic open-air bath house is said to have been discovered 1,400 years ago after a representative of Emperor Jomei healed the injured leg of a stork, hence the bath’s name—“The Stork Bath.” The Yumepa bath ticket allows purchasers to visit bathe as much as they like at seven different hot spring facilities, including Konoyu, whose waters are said to bring happiness. Located on a mountain ridge, bathers can enjoy a quiet outdoor bath enshrouded by verdant trees. The Kinosaki Motoyu hot spring is located nearby; here visitors can enjoy a foot bath or make boiled eggs in the hot waters.

    A little further out than Kinosakis other onsens, Ko no Yu is small and intimate. It has a good and hot indoor bath, and a slightly cooler outdoor bath. The outdoor bath is Ko no Yus best feature...

  • Arima Hot Spring Gin no Yu
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    3.5
    66 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyogo Pref. Koubeshi Kita-ku Arimachou 1039-1
    This is a city-managed day trip bathing facility in the Arima Onsen area, famous as a place loved by chancellor Toyotomi Hideyoshi. It is located in a quiet spot a little removed from the town and surrounded by many temples and shrines. The building is rich with Japanese-style onsen atmosphere, and inside one can enjoy Arima’s famous carbonated radium hot spring Ginsen. The nearest station is Arima Onsen Station. At the Tansan Sengen Koen park just a five-minute walk away, there is a place where one can drink carbonated spring water.

    There was just one pool, a sauna and a pressure shower. The pool had silver coloured water. It was quite nice and the water was bubbling up at one end of the pool. There were far fewer people in this...

  • Yumenoi
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    3.5
    76 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyougo Pref. Himejishi Yumesakichoumaenoshou 187
    A hot spring hotel located in Maenosho, Yumesaki-cho, Himeji City. Facilities include the indoor Mantenboshi and outdoor Tenshu-no-Yu bathing areas, a medicinal bath, lie down bath, jet bath, micro bubble bath, carbonated bath, jacuzzi, and other baths, plus a sauna. Located on a hill, customers can also enjoy the bathhouse' sweeping view of the surrounding mountains. The hotel's bathhouse is also open to non-guests. The hotel's casual restaurant serves reasonably priced lunches, while its more formal restaurant offers a kaiseki course cuisine lunch (advance reservation required).

    There are quite a few onsen hotels in the area but I found Yumenoi a very nice hotel in the area. It is located up on the low hill over looking some beautiful farm lands. There are ample parking in...

  • Satonoyu
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    4.0
    102 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyogo Pref. Toyokashi Kinosakichouimadu 290-36
    This hot-spring bathhouse is right next to Kinosaki onsen Station. The bathhouse first opened in 2000 and you can use the Yumepa hot-spring pass to bath in any of the seven soto-yu public hot spring bathhouses including this Fureai-no-Yu bath house for an entire day. This three-story modern Japanese-style building fits in with the rest of the hot-spring village and they have a large indoor bath on the second floor as well as an open-air bath on the third floor. From the open-air bath you can gaze over the Maruyama river as it changes through the seasons.

    This large and modern onsen next to the train station charges more (800 yen) than the other onsens in Kinosaki, and with justification. It has baths at different temperatures, sauna and plunge pool...

  • Konda Yakushi Onsen Nukumori no Sato
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    4.0
    55 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyougo Pref. Sasayamashi Kondachoukondashinden 21-10
    A hot spring bathhouse located a 20-minute drive from the Tannan Sasayamaguchi interchange on the Maizuru-Wakasa Expressway. The bathhouse' hot spring wells up from 1,300 meters below ground in a stratum dating back 100 million years; its waters have a superb warming effect on the body. The alkaline simple mildly radioactive hot spring is used to fill the bathhouse' tubs, such as a rock bath made from Tamba stone, and a bathing area made with Tamba ware porcelain, including the indoor bath, outdoor bath, and even the floor. Each bathing area is separated into a large indoor bath area, source spring bath area, and large outdoor bath area.

    自然の中で楽しめる温泉です。室内のお風呂と露天風呂と、種類が多く入り比べをして楽しみました。人が多いので「自然を独り占め!」という感じにはならないですが、広いのでさほど気になりませんでした。

  • Jizoyu
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    3.5
    115 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyogo Pref. Toyokashi Kinosakichouyushima 796
    Located in front of the road passing in front of Kinosaki Onsen Station, the waters of this outdoor bath house are said to have sprung forth from under the feat of a Jizo statue. The Yumepa bath ticket allows purchasers to visit bathe as much as they like at seven different hot spring facilities, including Jizoyu, whose waters are said to bring salvation. A massive garden lantern stands by the entrance, and the building’s impressive modern exterior includes hexagonal windows modeled after Genbu Cave. In addition to its relaxing and spacious indoor bath, the facility is also popular for its bath for families that was added in 2012. Jizoyu is notable for its high percentage of local bathers.

    This is a okay onsen But bear in mind there are six others and they all pretty much are the same thing Just make sure you have the onsen stamp the book and stamp your booklet at the end of each...

  • Kyukamura TAKENO-KAIGAN
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    4.0
    46 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyougo Pref. Toyokashi Takenochoutakeno 1047
    This hotel is located in Takeno, Takeno-cho, Toyooka City. Their bathing facilities draw on their own natural hot spring known as Isaribi-no-Yu. The calcium - sodium chloride - sulfate spring is thought to help alleviate arteriosclerosis, cuts, burns, chronic skin diseases and chronic women's diseases, as well as aid weak or ill children. With an outdoor bath, an indoor bath, and a sauna, at night from early summer to fall you can see the fishing fires used on the Sea of Japan off the Nekozaki Peninsula. Non-staying guests are also welcome stop in for a soak.

    休暇村は設備が整っているので安心できる。部屋は3階だったので窓から海が見えて気持ち良かった。松葉ガニは少し小ぶりだったように思ったがお造り、茹で、焼き、鍋など種類があったので満足した。翌朝駅までのバス発車3分前に玄関に出たら従業員が見送りバスが出るところだった。前日に名前を告げて予約していたのに確認しなかったのか気づいてもほったらかしにしたのか、いずれにしても担当者のサービスレベルが低すぎると感じ...

  • Meito Takaranoyu
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    4.5
    47 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyougo Pref. Takaradukashi Nakasuji 3-3-1
    This day use hot spring facility is on Prefectural Route 335 in Nakasuji, Takarazuka City. Their free-flowing natural ougonsen spring, a copper colored hot spring with lots of iron and salt, resembles the kind of water at Arima Onsen. They also have a hinoki cypress bath with a carbonated spring. Other facilities include a bedrock bath, relaxation facilities, an eatery, and their Takarayama Market which sells local vegetables and souvenirs.

    This is a great place to experience a real hot spring in a very traditional and casual setting without spending much time and money. Takara no Yu is in the city of Takarazuka, not far away from...

  • Yanagiyu
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    3.5
    78 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyogo Pref. Toyokashi Kinosakichouyushima 647
    The waters of this outdoor hot spring bath are said to have sprung forth from under a willow tree transported here scenic Lake Saiko in the Chugoku region. The Yumepa bath ticket allows purchasers to visit bathe as much as they like at seven different hot spring facilities, including Yanagiyu, whose waters are said to aid with having children. The bath house’s small building, reminiscent of the old fashioned Taisho Roman style of the 1920s, was remodeled and re-opened in 2004. Redolent with the fragrance and warmth of wood, the facility’s bathing room is distinguished by its slightly hotter than usual waters and deep tubs. There are also footbaths located at the front and rear entrances, which are frequented by countless people seeking to be blessed with a child.

    This onsen is one of the smaller ones but it has the benefit of being open until 11pm. I went at around 8pm and it was myself and tow others, so not crowded at all. For sure it is one of the hotter...

  • Silk-onsen Bijinyu
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    4.0
    30 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyougo Pref. Toyokashi Tantouchoushoubouji 165
    This hotel is in Shoboji, Tanto-cho, Toyooka City. It's hot spring's slippery feeling water has bathing areas that alternate between men's and women's use. Day visitors are welcome to use the facilities. Drawing on the sodium - hydrogen carbonate spring known as Silk-no-Yu, the water is thought to help alleviate conditions including chronic skin diseases and chronic digestive diseases, burns, and cuts. Other facilities include an indoor bath, a cascade bath, an open-air bath, and their free-flowing Hana-no-Yu bath.

    Spent 3 nights in the private cottage on the New Year vacation. Overall it was very good experience (though we hoped it would snow) and the prices were very reasonable. You can use onsen hot spring...

  • Arima Hot Spring Taiko no Yu
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    4.0
    8 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Kita-ku Arimachou Pond bottom 292-2
    A day trip hot spring bath facility located in Kobe’s Kita Ward in the Arima Hot Spring area, famous as being a favorite relaxation destination for the Imperial Regent Toyotomi Hideyoshi. The spacious facility offers 26 different types of baths using waters from the “Gold Spring” and “Silver Spring” hot spring sources as well as a manmade carbonated spring. There is also a stone sauna, restaurant, and rest area in this fully outfitted hot spring resort. The facility’s various areas created with connections to Toyotomi Hideyoshi are also a worth seeing, such as the “Golden Steam Bath,” modeled after Hideyoshi’s golden tea room; the “Stone Bath of the Regent,” and the “Supreme Ruler Bath.” Visitors can also walk the “Kanbee Kodo” in the front garden and learn about the history of the area during their stroll.

    肌寒い秋によりました。1日まったりと温泉を満喫して休憩の際によりました。大きな売店の隣です。寒くなってきても風呂上がりのソフトクリームはよいですね。ねっとり濃厚でうまみがあります。さっぱり食べたい人は炭酸ソフトがおすすめです。

  • Yokawa Onsen Yokatan
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    4.0
    27 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyougo Pref. Mikishi Yokawachoukichiyasu 222
    "A hot spring bathhouse located inside Yamadanishiki no Sato in Miki City, Hyogo Prefecture. The bathhouse' carbon dioxide containing sodium - chloride - hydrogen carbonate strong saline spring contains an abundance of carbonic acid. The bathhouse has two indoor bath areas and three outdoor bath areas, each either classified as a ""Sachi no Yu"" or a ""Fuku no Yu-which is the men's and which the women's alternates on a weekly basis. There are also three family baths, one made of stone (Megumi), one of wood (Nagomi), and one wheelchair friendly (Shiomi)-each requires an advance reservation."

    月に一回ぐらいの酒風呂が最高です。 炭酸と日本酒が混ざってものすごい泡泡風呂になってます。お肌もピチピチになりました。 休憩室も綺麗で風呂上がりのソフトクリームも絶品でした。 酒風呂目指してまた行きたいですo(^-^)o

  • Tennen Onsen Yuan
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    4.0
    20 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyougo Pref. Mikishi Besshochou Nishihouda 566-2
    "A hot spring bathhouse located a five-minute walk from the Shinki Bus ""Nishihouda"" bus stop. The bathhouse' natural iron-containing carbon dioxide sodium chloride hydrogen carbonate saline cold mineral spring wells up from 1,350 meters underground. Containing an abundance of iron, it is known as the ""golden spring"" due to the yellow brown color of its waters. The bathhouse has two bathing areas, one redolent with the soothing fragrance of the woods it is built with, and one built with an abundance of attractive natural rock. Each bathing area has an outdoor bath, individual person baths, a large group bath, and sauna. In either area, bathers can enjoy the bathhouse' elegant design."

    温泉は、露天風呂も内湯も結構広く、お風呂の種類も多くて、楽しめました。 温泉自体は良かったのですが、施設が古いのか、更衣室のロッカーのカギが閉まりづらかったり、トイレが流れにくかったり、ところどころ気になるところがありました。 値段も890円は少し高めだと思いました。

  • Tsukashin Tennen Onsen, Yu-no-Karo
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    3.0
    9 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyougo Pref. Amagasakishi Tsukaguchihonmachi 4-8-12
    This day-use hot spring facility is in 4 Chome, Tsukaguchihonmachi, Amagasaki City. Its water is from Tsukashin Onsen Senichi-no-Yu and contains lots of sodium chloride and bicarbonate ions, maintaining its warmth. It's known to be good for the skin. Facilities include a free-flowing open-air bath, tsuboyu pot baths, a medicinal herb bath, a jet bath, a sauna, and their Iyashi-no-Yu bath that combines a high-concentration carbonated spring with a natural hot spring. They also have an eatery and their Iyashi-kura area in another building.

    入館してから岩風呂と週替わり風呂の両方が浮遊物のため入浴不可というアナウンスがあり入浴することができませんでした。退館する時も店員さんの態度は何もなかったかのような感じでした。メインのお風呂が二つも入れないのであれば、割引等して欲しいです。

  • Mandarayu
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    4.0
    38 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyogo Pref. Toyokashi Kinosakichouyushima 565
    The waters of this outdoor bath house are said to have gushed forth in 717 after Dochi, a Buddhist priest who founded the Onsen-ji Temple, prayed for 1,000 days to save those ill with incurable diseases. The Yumepa bath ticket allows purchasers to visit bathe as much as they like at seven different hot spring facilities, including Mandarayu, whose waters are said to grant one’s life wish. With a nave-like roof and cusped gable entrance, the bath house building resembles a small Buddhist temple. In addition to an indoor bath, the facility has an outdoor bath from which bathers can enjoy the scenery of the surrounding hills, as well as a hinoki barrel-style bath.

    Mandarayu is one of the newer onsens available in town. While the main soaking area is rather small, there are two outdoor tubs available for individuals to soak in which makes for quite a special...

  • Kanpo no Yado Ako
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    3.5
    16 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyougo Pref. Akoushi Misaki 883-1
    "This hotel is located on Cape Ako 15 minutes from the Ako Interchange on the Sanyo Expressway. All of the guest rooms boast a view of the Seto Inland Sea. The hotel's vaunted bathhouse is supplied by a natural hot spring welling up from 1,200 meters underground. In the outdoor bath, visitors can enjoy a soak while gazing at the scenery of the Seto Inland Sea. The hotel's attention to detail can be seen in its use of Ako salt, a local specialty product, in its low temperature salt sauna. The hotel's bathhouse is also open to non-guests. In addition, the establishment offers plans such as a hot spring bathhouse and oyster meal set and the ""Irodori"" plan which includes both hot spring bathing and delicious, seasonal seafood cuisine."

    Overlooking the sea from a hill top, the hotel has a hot spring and traditional Japanese restaurant. A great place to relax!

  • POLARIS Co., Ltd. Naruohama Onsen Kumano no Sato
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    4.5
    15 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hyogo Nishinomiya-shi Naruohama 1-1-3
    This day-use hot spring and relaxation facility is about eight minutes from Nishinomiya Interchange via National Route 43. It's open until 12 a.m. The weakly alkaline natural hot spring source wells up from 1,000 meters underground. It's said to beautify the skin and relieve fatigue. They have two bright and spacious bathing areas, one Balinese style and one Japanese. Besides their sauna, bedrock bath, and family bath, they also offer esthetic treatment and body care services so you can take some time and unwind. You can eat at their restaurant regardless of whether you're using the baths. It has a variety of party plans available.

    街中にある温泉施設です。 いつも平日の午前中にしか行きませんが、程よく空いていて、ゆっくりとくつろぎながら温泉を楽しめます。 温泉も源泉かけ流し風呂があったり、壺湯や泡風呂、露天風呂もあるので楽しめます。 浴場内は衛生的でとても良い雰囲気です。 気分転換するには、良い温泉施設だと思います。

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Hyogo prefecture stretches from the north coast to the south coast on the western end of the popular Kansai region, encompassing verdant mountains, urban beaches, and fantastic historical sights. The prefecture's main attractions lie along the south coast at Kobe, the prefectural capital, a pretty harbor city best known for its production of the renowned Kobe beef, and Himeji, the home of Himeji Castle, one of the country's most beautifully preserved feudal castles, perched magically atop a hill.

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