Maeda Onsen Kajiro ga Yu (前田温泉カジロが湯)
This public hot spring bathhouse, located in the Kirishima Onsenkyo hot spring district, offers delightful, low-cost hot spring bathing. The bathhouse has separate men's and women's indoor bathing areas and outdoor baths, as well as saunas which make use of natural geothermal heat. The bathhouse also incorporates universal design principles, and there are no steps from the entrance to the bathing areas. The bathhouse has developed and owns its own hot spring source, and the baths in the spacious indoor bathing areas are supplied with an abundance of free-flowing spring water straight from the source. The waters of this simple hot spring have a sulfur smell and are said to treat such ailments as fatigue, diabetes, anemia, and eczema. After your bath, try a soft-boiled hot spring egg made using hot spring steam.
Kagoshima Kirishima-shi Makizonocho Takachiho 3914 (KirishimaArea)
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The quality and the service are just average. But, its only 360 yen.
I recommend to visit during rainy day. Outdoor bath is a pretty nice to...
- Kagoshima Kirishima-shi Makizonocho Takachiho 3914 [map]
- open everyday
- [Bathing charge]
[Elementary School Students] 150yen
[0 years old-less than Elementary School Students] 80yen
- Parking Lot
- Credit Card
- Not available
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Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
- On foot aboutminutes
- about m
- Route from this Station Route from this Bus Stop Route from this IC Route from this Parking
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