Akashi Onsen

Hot Spring / Hot Spring Bath
This hot spring district, designated a Recuperative Hot Spring, is located in an area with a mild climate. Commanding a view of the Seto Inland Sea, here visitors can enjoy history, famous places, and exquisite cuisine. The waters of the district's chloride springs and iron-containing springs are a turbid dark brown and are said to treat nerve pain, muscle soreness, joint pain, women's diseases, gastrointestinal disorders, sensitivity to cold, skin diseases, and hemorrhoids. Visitors are particularly encouraged to check out Akashi's Toki no Michi or Road of Time. This two kilometer long circuitous route follows the 135 degrees east longitude, the meridian of Japan Standard Time, and, heading northeast, connects Akashi Station to Akashi Castle, the Akashi City Museum of Culture, the Akashi Municipal Planetarium, and Hitomarumae Station, giving walkers the chance to experience the area's history and culture. Other destinations along the route include Shinto shrines, Buddhist temples, famous places, historical sites, and museums; after taking in all the city has to offer, nothing feels better than to ease your tired body by taking a relaxing hot spring bath.

Spot details

Hyogo Akashi-shi Okuratenjincho 21-22
Water type
chalybeate-calcium/sodium-chloride spring
Temperature of spring
nerve pain, muscle soreness, joint pain, aid recovery from fatigue, sensitivity to cold, Bruises, chronic digestive diseases, cuts, burns, chronic skin diseases, Hemorrhoids, chronic women's diseasesetc
Number of source springs
Amount of water flow

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN


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