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Akishigeyu (あきしげゆ)

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Hot Spring / Hot Spring Bath

"A hot spring facility in Ura, Ebino City. As a public bath managed privately, you can make use of a simple hot spring of the rare ""moor hot spring"", which contains organic substances derived from ancient sedimentary plants, in a gensen-kakenagashi free-flowing style. In addition to the indoor baths, there are a number of outdoor baths arrayed as synthetic resin tubs which fit one person."

place

Miyazaki Ebino-shi Ura 146 (Ebino / MiyakonojoArea)

phone 0984371171
place

10:00-15:40(Last entry14:30)

Review of Akishigeyu

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2017/12/24 リベンジ達成!
前回宮崎旅行をした時に営業時間をよく調べずに行って入れなかった日帰り温泉でしたがリベンジできました。今回は鹿児島空港に入り、営業していることを電話で確認した上でまずここに直行しました。評判通りの素晴らしい湯でした。薄いモール泉で、泡も付いていますし、飲泉もできます。1時間でも2時間でも入っていたくなるような極上の湯でした。
Reviewed:2017/10/29 珍しいモール泉の最高の湯
私の好きなモール泉のぬるめの温泉。アルカリ性単純温泉 PH8.6、源泉温度60℃味は重曹系。日帰り温泉入力量500円です。受付には、おばあさんが一人。入浴しているときは、大きな浴槽にひとりでした。帰りに、親子三人が来ましたが、休憩所もひろく、建屋は古いですが、清潔感はありました。露天もありましたが、黄色い大きなたらいが数個あって、やはり内風呂でゆっくりがいいと思います。良い湯ですよ!

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Details

Address
Miyazaki Ebino-shi Ura 146 [map]
Area
Ebino / MiyakonojoArea
Phone
0984371171
Hours
10:00-15:40(Last entry14:30)
Closed
Monthly7-9Sunday
* Sep. Added 27/28 Sunday (9/7-9/9, 9/27, 9/28)
Fees
[Bath break fee] 500yen (Bring in food and drink)
* Take away garbage
Parking Lot
Available(40spaces)
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Others (Available only in specified locations)
Wi-Fi
Not available
Can be enjoyed even on a rainy day
Yes
Estimated stay time
120 minutes or more
Infant friendly
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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