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Fureai Sauna (ふれあいサウナ)

"A 30-minute walk from Sanbo Port. This sauna is located a short walk in the opposite direction of the arbor downslope from Mt. Maruyama just a little southwest of the center of Aogashima Island. The sauna makes use of the volcanic steam emitted by a fumarole in the Ikenosawa district locals call ""Hingya."" Although the sauna's temperature is on the low side at 60° C, its natural steam actually warms the body faster and more thoroughly. The sauna also sells steamed sweet potatoes and custard-like soft boiled ""hot spring eggs"" cooked using the fumarole's energy. The sauna is a popular destination not only for local residents but tourists as well."

phone 0499690203
place

[Weekday]16:00-20:00(Latest entry19:00)
[Saturday, Sunday, Public holiday]14:00-20:00(Latest entry19:00)

Review of Fureai Sauna

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Reviewed:2019/12/15 青ヶ島特有の「地熱」を利用した、サウナ&お風呂です。
青ヶ島特有の「地熱」を利用した、サウナ&お風呂です。
「地熱」を利用したという特別感を肌で感じることはできないけれども癒されましたよ。まぁー普通のサウナ&お風呂ですね。ちなみに、バスタオル込みで300円だった覚えがあります。
「ひんぎゃの地熱窯」利用している間、「丸山遊歩道」散策後などに利用するのも良いと思われます。

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Address
Tokyo Aogashimamura [map]
Area
Izu Shichito Islands / Ogasawara IslandsArea
Phone
0499690203
Hours
[Weekday]16:00-20:00(Latest entry19:00)
[Saturday, Sunday, Public holiday]14:00-20:00(Latest entry19:00)
Closed
1st/3/5Wednesday
Fees
Adults300yen, Small/Junior High School Students/Over 65100yen
Parking Lot
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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