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  • Tosaryu Onsen Sanyo So
    Kochi Tosa-shi Usacho Ryu 504-1
    This natural hot spring, located in Tosa City, Kochi Prefecture, is owned and operated by the Sanyo-so inn. The dark brown waters of the sodium calcium chloride spring, also known as the Ogon no Yu (Golden Hot Spring), are said to treat such ailments as nerve pain, muscle soreness, fatigue, women's diseases, sensitivity to cold, skin diseases, and hemorrhoids. The inn is located in a vast, open area with a panoramic view of the ocean off Tosa; a popular base for whale watching and local pilgrimages, the quality waters of the inn's baths, containing an abundance of natural, healing substances, soothe the bodies of weary travelers. The inn's hot spring bathing facilities are open to non-guests, as well, and there is also a footbath right next to the entrance free for anyone to use. The footbath also has a view of the sea, so those journeying through the area should be sure to stop by.
      nerve pain
      muscle soreness
      joint pain
      aid recovery from fatigue
  • Nakatsu Keikoku Yunomori Onsen
    Kouchi Pref. Agawagunniyodogawachou Nanokawa 258-1
    A hot spring hotel situated along the Niyodo River, Japan's cleanest river. The hotel's hot spring is a natural alkaline simple sulfur cold mineral spring. Its waters warm the body down to the core and are said to treat a variety of ailments, including chronic skin diseases, chronic women's diseases, cuts, diabetes, nerve pain, and muscle soreness. Non-guests can also use the hotel's bathhouse, and the hotel offers specials such as a stamp card, double stamp day, and senior citizens' day. Immersed in the surrounding forest, the hotel has an outdoor bath with a view of the natural beauty of Kochi and large indoor baths, as well as cheery cottages made with wood from Niyodo Town. Scenic Nakatsu Gorge, where the hotel is located, is a prefectural designated nature park, and natural masterpieces crafted over thousands of years are located nearby such as Koyo no Taki Falls, Uryu Falls, Ryugufuchi Basin, and natural stone pillars.
      chronic skin diseases
      chronic women's diseases