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Onsen no Mori温泉の森

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Hot Spring / Hot Spring Bath

"This day-trip hot spring bathhouse located in Yuda Onsen, Yamaguchi City features outdoor baths and large public baths. For men, it offers the Byakko-no-Yu, which looks down onto a Japanese garden. For women, it offers the western-style ""Xavier no Yu."" The spa, which is visited by many people, features a number of baths intended to promote beauty and better health including the ""beauty treatment bath,"" the ""hanging walk bath,"" and the ""beauty bath."" There is also a stone sauna featuring Takachiho Bikoseki stone."

place

Yamaguchi Pref. Yamaguchishi Yudaonsen 4-5

phone 0839201126
place

10:00-24:00 (Reception is until 23:30)

Review of Onsen no Mori

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Reviewed:2017/04/20 Enjoyable afternoon
After a whole morning visiting sites around Yamaguchi, I stopped at the Onsen to have a massage and to take a bath and relax.
My favorite area is the backyard pool.
The massage is also a plus.
The...
Reviewed:2017/11/05 広い
とても広い施設です。一階にお土産やさんと温泉があり、二階には休憩所やレストランやマッサージなどがあります。
温泉は広くてゆっくり出来ます。露天風呂もあります。サウナもあります。水風呂がすこしぬるい感じでした。
ただ1000円は少し高い気がします。グリーンリッチホテルに泊まると450円で入れるのでお得ですよ。
Reviewed:2017/09/24 土曜の昼は空いてました
湯田温泉街でどこの日帰り温泉を利用しようかと迷った挙句サウナと休憩所付きということで利用しました。土曜日のお昼頃でしたが空いていました。湯田温泉自体がそれほど賑やかな街ではないようですね。露店が天然温泉のようです。源泉かわかりませんがしっとりとしたアルカリ泉で気持ちよくリラックスできました。

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Address

Yamaguchi Pref. Yamaguchishi Yudaonsen 4-5 [map]

Phone

0839201126

Hours
10:00-24:00 (Reception is until 23:30)
Fees
Adults1,000yen, junior and senior high school 850yen, Elementary School Students600yen, 1 year old-Pre-schoolers 350yen, under 1 year old 200yen
Parking Lot
Available

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          Heading west along Japan's largest island, Honshu, the very last prefecture you'll reach is Yamaguchi, separated from Kyushu by a small strip of water known as the Kanmon Straits, which the far-reaching harbor city Shimonoseki looks over. With water at every turn, the seafood of Yamaguchi is an indisputable highlight, and we're not talking just the usual fish dishes—the notorious fugu, or puffer fish, is a Japanese delicacy that was discovered in Yamaguchi prefecture, making it the best place to try it out.

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