Hotel Obokekyo Mannaka峡谷の湯宿 大歩危峡まんなか
Located in a corner of Tsurugisan Quasi-National Park, the rocky cliffs on both banks of the Yoshino River are a nationally-designated Natural Monument. The hot spring located in this rugged yet beautiful secluded area, one of western Japan’s most scenic spots, offers two different types of baths to enjoy. The large public bath is sourced from a simple sulfur spring while the terrace-style open air bath features artificial mineral spring water. Although the spa is usually open to day bathers, day bathers may be subject to access or time restrictions when the spa is crowded.
Tokushima Pref. Miyoshishi Yamashirochounishiu 1644-1 (IyaArea)
[Sunday return bath] 12:00-20:00 (May end at 15:00, confirmation required)
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- [Sunday return bath] 12:00-20:00 (May end at 15:00, confirmation required)
- open everyday
- [Bathing charge] Adults 700 yen, 3 years old-Elementary school Students 350 yen, 2 years old or younger Free
[bedrock bath] Adults 1, 400 yen
※ When using bedrock bath on Sunday return 12:00-16:20 (final receptionist 15:00) It becomes.
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The southeastern corner of Shikoku is home to Tokushima prefecture, a region celebrated for its luscious nature and the nation’s favorite Awa Odori, an energetic dance to which an annual summer festival has been dedicated. Keeping the upbeat tempo, whirlpools excite the Naruto sea off Tokushima, while inland, dramatic cliffs line the Iya Valley, promising unrivaled views of vast and vibrant scenery.