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Kuma no Yu (熊の湯)

Hot Spring / Hot Spring Bath

Kuma no Yu onsen is an open-air hot spring which is located on the riverbank of the Rausu River in the World Heritage-listed Shiretoko Peninsula. Its name is derived from the fact that Kumagoe no Taki waterfall named after the bears that once went back and forth across it is upstream. There are segregated changing rooms and baths for men and women, so you can relax without worrying about other people. Locals look after this hot spring, so you should be respectful when using it.

place

Hokkaido Menashigunrausuchou Yunosawa-cho National Forest (Kushiro / Akan / Nemuro / Kawayu / KussharoArea)

phone 0153872126
place

All year (Temporarily closed for cleaning from 5:00 to 7:00)

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Details

Address
Hokkaido Menashigunrausuchou Yunosawa-cho National Forest [map]
Area
Kushiro / Akan / Nemuro / Kawayu / KussharoArea
Phone
0153872126
Hours
All year (Temporarily closed for cleaning from 5:00 to 7:00)
Closed
Bathing is not possible when the hot springs are buried due to storms or typhoons
Fees
Free
Parking Lot
Available 10spaces
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Can be enjoyed even on a rainy day
Yes
Estimated stay time
30-60 minutes
Infant friendly
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          Not just a prefecture but an island of its own, Hokkaido is the most northerly prefecture and island of the Japanese archipelago. Arriving in Hokkaido, which is rural and bursting with breathtaking nature, means entering a world where vast national parks, towering mountains, and natural hot springs can be found at every turn. Come December, these natural splendors freeze over and morph into a winter wonderland.