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Hot Spring / Hot Spring Bath Spots in Hiroshima Area

  • Asian Resort Spa Seare
    2 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Pref. Akigunsakachou Heiseigahama 3-2-11
    This 24-hour hot spring facility is located in Aki County, Hiroshima Prefecture. The interior is decorated like an Asian resort, and there are various baths and saunas such as a hydrogen bath, rotenburo (open-air bath) and an automatic loyly (Finnish sauna). In addition, there is also a relax lounge and restaurants, allowing you to relax.


  • Ujina Natural Onsen Honoyu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Pref. Hiroshimashiminamiku Ujinahigashi 3-4-34
    This day-trip hot spring facility is located in Minami Ward, Hiroshima City. A natural hot spring with water flowing directly from the source, it has various baths such as a rotenburo (open-air bath), carbonated spring and sauna. In addition, there is a resting space, restaurant and coin-operated laundromat, allowing you to relax. It is used not only by local residents but also many tourists.
  • Itsukaichi Natural Onsen Yurayura
    2 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Pref. Hiroshimashi Saeki-ku Toshimatsu 2-17-10
    This day-trip hot spring facility is located in Saeki Ward, Hiroshima City. A natural hot spring, it has facilities such as a large public bath, rotenburo (open-air bath), two kinds of saunas, a foot bath using groundwater and a cold bath. In addition, there is a restaurant in the facility that uses only the best water, and it all is used by many local residents.


  • Kagura Monzen Toji Village
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hiroshima Pref. Akitakatashi Midorichouhongou 4627
    A tourist attraction in Akitakata City, Hiroshima Prefecture. At the hotel with natural radon hot spring, as well as the Kagura Dome and the Kamukura Theater, you can enjoy the traditional Kagura dancing from 22 different Kagura troupes. There are also restaurants and souvenir shops, and seasonal events are regularly held, making this a popular location for tourists.
  • Kannabe Hot-Spring Gran-no-yu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Pref. Fukuyamashi Kannabechoushinmichinoue 2-10-26
    This day-trip hot spring facility is in Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture. They have 11 varieties of natural hot spring baths including an outdoor bath, large indoor bath, and carbonated bath. There’ are also a restaurant, rest area, hair salon, and relaxation salon, making this the perfect place to slow-down and relax. This place is also popular with the locals.
  • Yamato Onsen Monogatari
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Pref. Kureshi Takaramachi 2-50
    At this free-flowing hot-spring in Kure City, Hiroshima Prefecture, you can enjoy a wide variety of baths for health and beauty. One of the key characteristics of the baths is the variety of interior decorations from the chic men’s bath to the metropolitan feeling women’s bath. Or try the Refresh-Garden, where you can experience ultimate relaxation through hot stone sauna and massage.
  • Natural Hot Spring Miyahama Benimansaku no Yu
    3 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Pref. Hatsukaichishi Miyahamaonsen 2-2-1
    This day spa in Hatsukaichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture is equipped with nine baths to enjoy, including an open-air baths with sweeping views of the waters of Ono Seto. The spa is also equipped with a scenic terrace garden, a restaurant, and more. Due to its location near Itsukushima (Miyajima) Island, many people visit the spa after a day of sightseeing.

    Nice Japanese food for good price, fresh and diversified menu. There is an onsen in the building and this restaurant is close to hatago sakura ryokan where we spent a few days.

  • Natural Hot Spring Katsuragahama Spa
    9 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Pref. Kureshi Kurahashichou 431
    This one day visit spa in Kure City, Hiroshima Prefecture is equipped with a variety of baths to enjoy. These include the Ishi no Furo, a large public bath with a wide ceiling, the Umi no Furo baths, which have a tropical mood, and open-air baths that use flaxen spring water from Kurahashi Onsen. The spa also features a restaurant, cafe, and other facilities, making it a great place to relax all day long.

    倉橋島に用事があり、路線バスに乗って帰る際に立ち寄りました。 呉駅からバスに乗った際に行き先が「桂浜 温泉館行」だったので「温泉があるのだなぁ」ぐらいで入る予定はありませんでした。しかし、倉橋島でお会いした全ての方が「絶対に寄っていくべき」とお勧めして下さったので寄ってみました。 「露天風呂へ入るべき」、と異口同音のお勧めに従って最初に入ってみましたが、さすがは源泉かけ流しでお湯の良さが違いま...

  • Hotel Ofutei
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Pref. Fukuyamashi Tomochou Tomo 136
    This hot spring district is located near Tomonoura, a scenic spot at the tip of the Numakuma Peninsula, in Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture. This young and burgeoning hot spring, Shiomachi no Yu, was first opened in 2002. Visitors can refresh both mind and body while taking in the sights of the Seto Inland Sea from the its baths and accommodations.
  • Kimita Onsen Mori-no-Izumi
    1 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Pref. Miyoshishi Kimitachouizumiyoshida 311-3
    This hot spring facility is in Miyoshi City, Hiroshima Prefecture. They offer large indoor baths as well as outdoor baths surrounded by trees. Cottages are available for overnight stays and day visits are also available. You can also enjoy a meal in the restaurant which is equipped with the sunken hearth. With nearby hiking courses and riverside play areas, this hot spring is popular with families.

    ここには、君田温泉に入るついでにいつもご飯を食べています。3度目の訪問!喫茶と言いつつ、メニューはそんなに多くないものの、安く、早く、美味しいです‼︎ 今回は生姜焼き定食、夏のスタミナアップにモリモリ頂きました!

  • Spa Poppo
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Pref. Onomichishi Hirahara 2-1-33
    This day-trip hot spring is in Onomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture. They have large outdoor baths and tabs as well as a large indoor baths and saunas. With their restaurant, relaxation room, and massage salon, this is the perfect place to relax and spend a day. They hold regular events, making this hot spring popular with the locals.
  • Kinoe Onsen Hotel Seifukan
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Pref. Toyotagunosakikamijimachou Okiura 1900
    This hot spring hotel is located on Osakikamijima Island, which is a 30-minute ferry ride from Takehara Port in Hiroshima Prefecture. The hotel features open-air baths with panoramic views of the Seto Inland Sea and its many islands, ocean view guest rooms, a banquet hall that can host large groups, and more. The hotel, which is visited by many tourists, offers fresh seafood from the Seto Inland Sea.
  • Onomichi Fureainosato Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Onomichi-shi Mitsugicho Takao 1369
    Known as the retreat of Onomichi, this natural hot spring hotel, laying a ways away from the city center, has 13 different varieties of baths for visitors to enjoy. The facility's simple, mildly radioactive cold mineral spring is said to treat a wide array of ailments, including gout, hardening of the arteries, high blood pressure, chronic inflammation of the gallbladder, gallstones, chronic dermatitis, and chronic women's diseases. Situated between the Sanin and Shikoku regions, the facility is both a perfect mid-trip rest point and destination in and of itself. The bathhouse is open to non-guests and the hotel offers day-trip spa plans which include a meal as well. The hotel's cuisine, made with an abundance of fish from the Seto Inland Sea; Onomichi vegetables; and other fresh, local ingredients; is quite popular.
  • Kinoe Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Toyota-gun Osakikamijima Cho Okiura 1900 Hotel Seifu Yakata
    A hot spring district situated in Osakikamijima Town west of the Shimanami Kaido connecting Hiroshima and Ehime. The area's chloride cold mineral spring contains an abundance of sodium and calcium and is said to treat a wide array of ailments. Believed to ease nerve pain, joint pain, sensitivity to cold, and high blood pressure among other illnesses, many tourists come here after a hospital stay seeking to speed their recovery. Hotel Seifukan, situated along the coast, is the sole hot spring hotel in the district; the hotel's vaunted outdoor bath offers a sweeping view of the islands of the Seto Inland Sea. On the days of the spring tide, bathers can even watch tides whirling right below them. Hiroshima Prefecture grows 50% of all of Japan's lemons; Osakikamijima Town, in particular, cultivates large quantities of the fruit, and sometimes fragrant, locally-grown lemons are floated in the waters of the hot spring bath tubs here, further adding to the atmosphere.
  • Kimita Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Miyoshi-shi Kimitacho Izumiyoshida
    An alkaline spring, unusual in the Chugoku-Shikoku region, welling up on the grounds of Roadside Station Forest Kimita downriver from Kannosekyo Gorge, known for its beautiful seasonal scenery. A privately owned carbon dioxide spring with a pH of 6.5, its milky white waters are said to leave the skin silky smooth. The Kimita Onsen inn's bathhouse has a variety of baths, including classic small vase-like tubs, a cascading shower bath, jacuzzi, and pressure bath; the inn's outdoor bath, surrounded by natural beauty, offers bathers an unprecedented sense of freedom and airiness. Kimita is filled with rustic scenery, and visitors can visit the Eight Picturesque Sights of Kimita or see if they can spot rare wild animals in Kannosekyo Gorge Nature Park. Non-guests can also use the bathhouse facilities; for visitors looking for lodgings, the inn has Japanese-style and Western-style cottages.
  • Tomonoura Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Fukuyama-shi Tomochotomo 136
    This brand new hot spring district, located on the tip of the Numakuma Peninsula, was only first developed in 2002. The area's radium springs boast some of the highest radium quantities in the country and their waters are said to treat nerve pain, muscle soreness, joint pain, and other ailments. In addition to hot spring hotels and inns, area visitors can also take in the natural beauty of Sensuijima Island and choose from a wide array of hot spring options, from high class resort-style hotel bathhouses to casual day trip hot spring facilities. Tomonoura is centered on Teramachi-dori Street, a road built in the early Edo period by Fukushima Masanori, builder of Tomo Castle, as part of the town beneath the fortress, and the area has many shrines and temples which visitors can walk amongst and explore. The area also grew and developed as a prosperous port town, and accordingly is dotted with many historic sites and old-fashioned townscapes as well as monuments warning of the dangers of tsunami waves.
  • Miyahama Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Hatsukaichi-shi Miyahama Onsen
    First developed 50 years ago, this hot spring district is the closest to the famous island of Miyajima. Having only been turned into a hot spring district in 1964, it is relatively new; the waters of the area's radium springs are virtually colorless, tasteless, and odorless, and are said to be particularly effective at treating nerve pain, as well as such ailments as muscle soreness, joint pain, fatigue, women's diseases, and hemorrhoids. Situated on a small hill, visitors bathing in the hot spring baths here can enjoy views of Miyajima in the distance as well as oyster rafts floating in the gentle Seto Inland Sea. In addition to nearby Miyajima, considered one of the three most picturesque places in Japan, there are a variety of sightseeing destinations within easy walking distance, including the rock of Sanken Ichibo no Iwa, a boulder on which the intellectual Yoshida Shoin is said to have rested during his travels and which offers a view of three prefectures at once; the Zannensha, a Shinto shrine dedicated to scholarship and peace; and a stone monument inscribed with words by Muromachi period samurai and poet Imagawa Ryoshun.
  • Mega Hira Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Hatsukaichi-shi Yoshiwa
    An established natural hot spring resort located in Hatsukaichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture at the foot of Nishi-Chugoku Sanchi Quasi-National Park boasting beautiful, seasonal scenery. Here visitors can enjoy hot spring bathing and top quality comforts and leisure to their heart's content. The resort is known for its outdoor baths created from a huge, 45,000 year old fossilized tree (located in the Kua Garden Spa and women's bath areas, only), which are equal in popularity to the Kua Garden Spa facility itself. Visitors can stay at the resort but the bathing facilities are also open to non-guests. The resort also encompasses the Megahira Ski Resort and the Woodone Museum of Art, ensuring there's plenty of things for visitors to see and do, as well. In addition, the resort is famous for its food, which spans everything from delicate kaiseki course cuisine crafted with seasonal ingredients to the unique, rustic nabe hotpot dishes of Hiroshima's Yoshiwa mountain hamlet. The resort offers money-saving lodging and day trip plans, too.
  • Yuki Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Hiroshima-shi Saeki-ku Yukicho Tada 2563-1
    Said to have been discovered some 1,500 years ago, this hot spring district serves as the retreat of Hiroshima. Consisting of ryokan inns standing eave to eave along a river, one of the things that make this district so popular is the song of kajika frogs and the sight of fireflies visitors can enjoy. The waters of the area's simple mildly radioactive springs are said to treat such ailments as rheumatoid arthritis, sensitivity to cold, minor high blood pressure, and chronic illnesses. Yuki Town's weeping cherry trees come into beautiful bloom in spring and are popular with photography lovers. Whatever time of year you come, there's some seasonal specialness waiting to greet you, including fireflies in summer, hiking in autumn, and ancient kagura Shinto music and dance performances in winter. In addition, Sandankyo Gorge, considered one of Japan's five most beautiful gorges and a designated Special Place of Scenic Beauty, is located just a 90 minute drive away.
  • Nukui Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hiroshima Yamagata-gun Akiotacho Kake 4692-7
    A hot spring developed in 1992 owned and operated by the Nukui Springs hotel. Situated on the shore of Lake Ryuki, a lake formed by the building of Nukui Dam, the hotel is surrounded by abundant natural beauty. The colorless, odorless, tasteless waters of the hotel's simple mildly radioactive cold mineral spring are said to treat such ailments as rheumatism, muscle soreness, stiff shoulders, lower back pain, sprains, sensitivity to cold, high blood pressure, bruises, diabetes, and hemorrhoids. The hotel's hot spring bathing facilities are open to non-guests, but what is particularly of note is that the hotel offers rooms in which you can stay with your pet. Accordingly, the hotel is very popular with those who want to enjoy hot spring bathing and bring along their best four-legged friend. The hotel is also perfectly located for visiting various World Heritage Sites.

Hiroshima Main Areas


There is more than meets the eye awaiting any Hiroshima-bound traveler. Kicking off in Hiroshima city, the Peace Memorial Park, Hiroshima Castle, and Shukkeien Garden offer a couple of days of exploring; however, the real beauty lies along the southern coast of the prefecture. There, a series of islands spreads across the Seto Inland Sea: from the mysterious sea-submerged Great Torii Gate at Miyajima Island to the first half of the islands that connect Honshu to Shikoku via six spectacular suspension bridges.

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