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Gozen-yu御前湯

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Hot Spring / Hot Spring Bath

Gozen-yu is a public baths facility located in Arifuku-onsen Town, Gotsu City. The baths are designed around a central hot spring from which the water gushes out like a fountain; with an external appearance resembling a Western-style building from the Taisho period in the early 20th century, Gozen-yu is a baths facility where visitors can enjoy relaxing amidst a retro ambience.

place

Shimane Pref. Goutsushi Arifukuonsenchou 710 (Masuda / TsuwanoArea)

phone 0855563353
place

7:00-21:30 (Reception is open until 21:00)

Review of Arifuku Onsen Gozenyu

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Reviewed:2018/12/16 日帰り
入浴施設。湯にクセがなく、とても入りやすい。駐車場もすぐ近くにあり、とても便利。休日は少し混雑するが、平日は比較的空いているらしい。
Reviewed:2018/11/07 つるり湯の気持ち良い温泉
駐車場は旅館街と奥の神楽殿前の2か所あります。湯治場の雰囲気の小さな温泉街の石の階段を登った上にある共同浴場です。浴室は青いタイルに黒御影石の湯縁が映える立派な湯舟で中央の石筒から三方に温泉が注入されています。湯温は43度ほどで無色透明のアルカリ性単純温泉でつるりとする源泉かけ流しのとても気持ち良い温泉でした。入浴料は400円です。
Reviewed:2018/07/10 温泉自体は取り立ててどうこう云うものではありませんが・・・
この温泉の歴史と云うか、縁起は相当なものです。1350年も前に発見されたと云うことは仏教そのものの歴史と大差ないほどの歴史がある温泉。修行僧が発見したとか・・。ここには近代的な観光地としての温泉街ではなくて湯治場としての医学的な風情が感じられる。この御前湯は共同浴場で、木製の番台とかレトロな雰囲気を漂わす窓とか・・・400円必要ですが・・。ここはアルカリ性単純温泉でした。お隣の鳥取県の三朝温泉の強...

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Address
Shimane Pref. Goutsushi Arifukuonsenchou 710 [ map ]
Area
Masuda / TsuwanoArea
Phone
0855563353
Hours
7:00-21:30 (Reception is open until 21:00)
Closed
open everyday (inspection closed every Sunday)
Fees
[Bathing charge] Adults 400 yen, Elementary School Students 200 yen [yen] [family bath (1 hour)] 1200 yen
Parking Lot
Available(31spaces)
Credit Card
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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