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Kumagaya Onsen Yura no Sato (熊谷温泉 湯楽の里)

Hot Spring / Hot Spring Bath

"A hot spring bathhouse located in 2-Chome Tsukimi-cho, Kumagaya City. Facilities include a natural hot spring outdoor bath as well as saunas and indoor bath facilities like a high-concentration carbonated spring bath and an ""attraction"" bath with various features. There's also a bedrock bath facility with free drink and magazine corners, a body care facility, and a room filled with comfortable reclining chairs. The adjoining restaurant serves draft beer, noodles, set meals, donburi rice bowls, a la carte dishes, and more."

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Saitama Pref. Kumagayashi Tsukimichou 2-1-65 (Honjo / KumagayaArea)

phone 0485254126
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9:00-Next 1:00 (Last entry24:30)

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Address
Saitama Pref. Kumagayashi Tsukimichou 2-1-65 [map]
Area
Honjo / KumagayaArea
Phone
0485254126
Hours
9:00-Next 1:00 (Last entry24:30)
Closed
Closed several Sunday maintenances a year
Fees
[Admission fee]
[Weekday]
[Adult] 790yen, [Child] 420yen
[Saturday/Holiday/Specific Sunday]
[Adult] 840yen, [Child] 470yen
Parking Lot
Available(Free)
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available (Smoking area Available)
Wi-Fi
Available
Note
* You can not use if you have a tattoo.
Average budget
[Day] 1-3,000yen
[Night] 1-3,000yen
Estimated stay time
60-120 minutes
Wheelchair accessible
Yes (Wheelchairs can be used outside the bathroom (up to the dressing room).)
Infant friendly
Yes (Please refrain from mixed bathing for children over 125 centimeters tall)

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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