Murayama Onsen Katakuri no Yu (村山温泉かたくりの湯)
A day-use hot spring bathhouse located in Musashimurayama City where you can experience bathing in the waters of a hot spring drawn up from 1,500 meters underground. The bathhouse has a Western-style and a Japanese-style bathing area, and which is the men's and which is the women's alternates on a daily basis. Customers can take a relaxing soak in the renowned waters of the bathhouse' spring, which contain metaboric acid and are said to promote post-illness recovery and treat such ailments as nerve pain, joint pain, and sensitivity to cold. The bathhouse also creates special seasonal baths such as a yuzu citrus bath and iris petal bath. The bathhouse also has a swimsuit-required pool area, and many people enjoy aquarobics and water walking here. One of the facility's biggest draws is the fact that you can enjoy both hot spring bathing and swimming for the same low bathhouse entry fee.
Tokyo Musashimurayama-shi Honmachi 5-29-1 (Tachikawa / Kunitachi / ChofuArea)
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- 3rdThursday(The day following if it falls on a public holiday)
- [Usage fee (Weekday)] [Adults (Junior high school students and older)] 800yen [Children (3 years old and over)] 400yen [Usage fee (Saturday, Sunday, Public holiday)] [Adults (Junior high) school students and older)] 900yen (up to 3 hours) [children (3 years old and over)] 450yen * Excess fee Friday (every hour) Adults 200yen, children 100yen
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- Temporary closure:Currently closed (information as of July 6, 2020)
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Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
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