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Shio Sakura no Sato Onsen Kofun no Yu (志乎・桜の里温泉古墳の湯)

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Hot Spring / Hot Spring Bath

This daytrip-use hot spring is at the entrance to Sakura no Sato Kofun Park, which contains a group of round kofun burial mounds built in the late 6th century. It's on a rise, so you can enjoy a soak in the weak alkaline simple spring waters while you take in the view of the Shiogawa river and SandenKanaya kofun. The area is planted with 1,000 cherry trees of 36 varieties, and the rest area and terrace both offer views of the scenery. The floors, ceiling, and baths are made with irregular stones, and the building is designed to be barrier-free so anyone can enjoy a bath with ease. Located about ten minutes' drive from JR Shikinami Station, it's full stock of shampoo and other amenities is a real draw.

place

Ishikawa Hakui-gun Hodatsushimizucho Ishisaka Ri 16-1 (KanazawaArea)

phone 0767298222
place

10:00-21:00(Latest entry20:30)

Review of Kofun no Yu

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2018/04/03 桜の時期は最高です
宝達志水にあります。温泉の湯量は多いです。桜の時期には風呂から見ると最高に綺麗です風呂から最高に気分です
Reviewed:2015/12/27 いまいち
下足入れに靴を入れ、下足ロッカーの鍵をフロントに渡すと浴室の鍵がもらえるシステムです。土曜日ということもあったのか常連のお客さんが多かったです。入浴料金は420円と安かったのですが、サウナは申し訳程度のもので5人くらい入ると満員で出入りが入ることに温度が下がりいまいちです。温泉と建物の感じはまあまあでした。
Reviewed:2013/01/16 手頃な温泉施設
宝達志水町の国道159号から少し入ったところ(たぶん、富山県の氷見方面)にある日帰り温泉施設です。
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Address
Ishikawa Hakui-gun Hodatsushimizucho Ishisaka Ri 16-1 [map]
Area
KanazawaArea
Phone
0767298222
Hours
10:00-21:00(Latest entry20:30)
Closed
Friday(Open on public holidays)
Fees
[Bathing charge]
[Adult] 460yen
[Elementary School Students] 150yen
[Child] 50yen
Parking Lot
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          Long, thin Ishikawa prefecture runs along the Sea of Japan up into Noto Peninsula. Highlights of the seaside towns lining the west coast include Kanazawa, often described as a "Little Kyoto" thanks to its old wooden tea houses and geisha culture as well as its picturesque Japanese garden, Kenroku-en.