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Kinsen no Yu日帰り温泉岩風呂 金泉の湯


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Hot Spring / Hot Spring Bath

A day trip hot spring bathhouse located in Hotel Kinsenkaku sprawling at the foot of Mt. Sanage. The bathhouse and hotel are located a 10-minute drive from the Toyota-Fujioka Interchange on the Tokai-Kanjo Expressway. The bathhouse exclusively makes use of the waters of a natural radon hot spring, a rare type of hot spring which makes up just 7% of all hot springs in Japan. In addition to bathing in their waters, drinking them and absorbing the extremely faint radiation they give off is said to detoxify the body. The bathhouse' bathing area is made with ancient hinoki cypress over 1,000 years old which has an exquisite physical texture and fragrant, soothing smell. tree-covered Mt. Sanage sprawls beyond the bathhouse' windows, and in the fall bathers can enjoy beautiful autumn foliage, soothing the mind even as the bathwaters soothe the body.


Aichi Pref. Toyotashi Kanouchou Umamichidori 21 (Okazaki / ToyotaArea)

phone 0565455800

9:30-23:30 (until reception 23:00)
[SaturdaySunday Public holiday] 8:00-23:30 (until reception 23:00)

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Reviewed:2019/04/17 無料バスや曜日による割引など営業努力がすばらしい

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Aichi Pref. Toyotashi Kanouchou Umamichidori 21 [ map ]
Okazaki / ToyotaArea
9:30-23:30 (until reception 23:00)
[SaturdaySunday Public holiday] 8:00-23:30 (until reception 23:00)
open everyday
Adults1,500yen, Child (3 years old-Elementary School Students) 300yen
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          Aichi is a prefecture of great natural beauty with Nagoya city at its heart, a busy hub home to a labyrinth of underground shops and the 17th-century Nagoya Castle. Castles are easy to find in this history-rich prefecture, but the highlight for history buffs has to be the Museum Meiji-mura, where preserved buildings from the turn of the 20th century are displayed in all their grandeur in an outdoor museum.

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