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Chie no Yu (智恵の湯)

3.5

Hot Spring / Hot Spring Bath

"A day-trip hot spring bathhouse located next to Amanohashidate Station. The springs were named in hopes that bathers would be awarded the wisdom and health of the Monju Bosatsu enshrined at Chion-ji Temple, one of the three Japanese famous Monju, famous for the proverb ""Monju no chie,"" meaning ""Two heads are better than one."" Baths include an outdoor bath as well as hand and foot baths allowing you to enjoy the Amanohashidate Spring, known for its healthy skin benefits."

place

Kyoto Miyazu-shi Monju 640-73 (Maizuru / AmanohashidateArea)

phone 0772221515
place

12:00-21:00

Review of Amanohashidate Onsen Chie no yu

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2021/01/18 寒い冬にはもってこいの場所
知恵の湯は天橋立駅の知恵の輪を過ぎたところにある温泉です。湯舟が大きくはないのでせいぜい5-6人くらいが丁度よい人数でしょう。入浴料700円。フェースタオル200円。塩分を含んだ温泉のため体の油分がとられます。敏感肌の方はハンドクリームなどを持参した方が良いかもしれません。温泉の温度は丁度良い40-41度くらいと推察しました。寒い冬にはもってこいの場所かと思います。
Reviewed:2019/12/31 趣ある温泉
天橋立駅右手にある小さな温泉。浴槽には知恵の輪がありました。徒歩と自転車で観光をした後に寄ったので、疲れをいやし汗を流すのに最適でした。
Reviewed:2019/10/11 こじんまりした日帰り湯
鉄道天橋立駅のすぐ横。近くのお宿に泊まった時に、そこで無料券を頂いて訪問しました。温泉自体はこじんまりしてて、つるつるっとした個人的には好きな泉質。内湯の他、露天に坪湯などもあります。露天のお湯が熱過ぎてちょっと長居は出来ませんでしたが。風呂上りに急速する場所もありますが、ここもとってもこじんまり。ビールなどのアルコール類は売っていません。

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Address
Kyoto Miyazu-shi Monju 640-73 [map]
Area
Maizuru / AmanohashidateArea
Phone
0772221515
Hours
12:00-21:00
Closed
Tuesday, Wednesday
Fees
[Bathing charge]Adults700yen, Elementary School Students350yen
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Average budget
[Day] 1-1,000yen
[Night] 1-1,000yen
Estimated stay time
30-60 minutes
Infant friendly
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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