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Kanasa no Yu金砂の湯

Hot Spring / Hot Spring Bath

A day trip hot spring bathhouse located along Prefectural Route 29 traveling from JR Yamagatajuku Station and heading towards Hitachiota. The bathhouse notably uses water drawn from the underground Nishi-Kanasa natural hot spring. The waters of this spring are said to be good for the skin and treat such ailments as skin diseases and aid in the recovery from fatigue. In addition to a spacious indoor bath area, the bathhouse also has an outdoor bath from which bathers can enjoy seasonal scenery. Private rest lounges and baths make it easy for families to enjoy hot spring bathing as well. The bathhouse' restaurant serves dishes made with local ingredients such as tofu made by hand using blue soybeans and soba noodles made with Hitachi Aki buckwheat, a local Kanasa specialty product.

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Ibaraki Pref. Hitachiotashi Kamimiyakawauchichou 336

phone 0294769919
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10:00-20:00

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Address

Ibaraki Pref. Hitachiotashi Kamimiyakawauchichou 336 [ map ]

Phone

0294769919

Hours
10:00-20:00
Closed
Thursday (The next day for Public holiday), 12/31
Fees
[Bathing charge (Weekday)] Adults600yen, Child (3 years old-Elementary School Students) 400yen
[Bathing charge (SaturdaySundayPublic holiday)] Adults800yen, Child 500yen
※ From 16:00 to Adults500yen, Child 300yen
Parking Lot
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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