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Motomachi Hama no Yu (元町浜の湯)

Hot Spring / Hot Spring Bath

This public hot spring outdoor bath is located on Izu-Oshima Island, approximately 25 kilometers southeast of the Izu Peninsula. The hot spring is in Naganehama Park, a scenic spot with a view of the Izu Peninsula and Mt. Fuji, and a three-minute walk from Motomachi Port. The spacious outdoor bath has gained a reputation as a hot spring that can be enjoyed by the whole family because it is a mixed-gender bath. The surrounding area is also famous as a spot to see the sunset dying the sky and the sea madder red, and many tourists visit just before sunset. There is no indoor bath and you need to wear a bathing suit (free rentals available).

place

Tokyo Oshimamachi Motomachi (Izu Shichito Islands / Ogasawara IslandsArea)

phone 0499222177
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13:00-19:00

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Address
Tokyo Oshimamachi Motomachi [map]
Area
Izu Shichito Islands / Ogasawara IslandsArea
Phone
0499222177
Hours
13:00-19:00
Closed
open everyday (may be closed depending on the weather)
Fees
[Bathing charge] Adults300yen, Small/Junior High School Students150yen
Parking Lot
Available(10spaces)
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Note
Temporary suspension:Closed until May 31, 2020 (Information as of May 7, 2020)
* Information may be changed, so be sure to check the official information.
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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