Hot Springs

Hot Springs

When you would like to try the hot springs in Hiroshima, there are some spas –for example, Miharashi Hot Spring, Miyahama Hot Spring and so on- are nearby the sea or in islands. In Miyajima Island too, some Ryokan hotels supply hot springs. Also in the mountainous regions, there are some spas too –for example, Yuki Hot Spring in the countryside of north side. It may need further time to visit hot springs in suburban area but they are worth visiting.

Hot springs of Miyajima Island
Hot springs of Miyajima Island

There are several hot springs on Miyajima Island inside the island's ryokans and hotels. Some are open to the public, making them perfect to recharge after sightseeing around Miyajima....

Oasa Kanbiki Hot Spring
Oasa Kanbiki Hot Spring

This is the prefecture's first ski resort guest house with a spa. You can enjoy three varieties of spa experiences - a bubble bath, a sauna and a cold water bath. Reservation required (Open 7 days a week during ski season)....

Nukui Springs
Nukui Springs

This spa resort hotel by Nukui Dam was opened in 1992. The spa water is from a cold well with simple weak radium, effective against neuralgia, fatigue, chronic digestive diseases, excessive sensitivity to cold and high blood pressure. A sauna and a bubble bath are also available. Next to the spa resort are all-weather tennis courts covered in ...

Takamiya Yunomori Hot Spring
Takamiya Yunomori Hot Spring

These facilities were redeveloped with Daisen no Yu Spa. With more than 100 years of history and used for hot spring therapy since historical times, Takamiya Yunomori Hot Spring is said to be effective against skin diseases and eye problems. You can enjoy eight varieties of bath - an open-air spa with sake made from local specialty sake rice, ...

Miharashi Hot Spring
Miharashi Hot Spring

This hot-spring is proud of its temperature of 45.1 degrees Celsius (113 degrees Fahrenheit) - the hottest among the hot spas in Hiroshima. You can see the view of Seto Inland Sea from the bath. There is a sauna and over ten kinds of baths. There is also an open-air spa on the roof facing the Seto Inland Sea. Another hot-spring hotel called "Y...

Miyahama Hot Spring
Miyahama Hot Spring

This is a quiet spa area with four inns and hotels, built on a low hill along Route 2, it has a pleasant view of the Seto Inland Sea. These inns and hotels are popular among residents in Hiroshima and Iwakuni. You can enjoy fresh fish from the Inland Sea and sake brewed in Hiroshima together with a splendid view of Miyajima Island. You can als...

Megahira Hot Spring
Megahira Hot Spring

This modern resort has high-quality spas, cuisine and rooms. The Kur Garden Spa is a mixed bathing area is good for families and groups (all customers are requested to wear a bathing suit). One of the highlights is an open-air spa with a bathtub made from a 45,000 year-old tree. The restaurant serves seasonal Japanese cuisine unique to the Yos...

Yuki Hot Spring
Yuki Hot Spring

According to legend, these spring waters were discovered about 1,500 years ago. There is a number of inns located along the bank of the river. This hot spring has been designated as National Recreational Hot Spring Resort of Ministry of Welfare since 1955. It is located near Hiroshima, Iwakuni, and Sandankyo Gorge. There are two choices for ac...

Yu-no-yama Hot Spring
Yu-no-yama Hot Spring

Discovered more than 1170 years ago, this hot spring was used by Hiroshima's feudal master - Lord Asano. It was designated as the National Recreational Hot Spring Resort of the Ministry of Environment in 1972 and as a Significant Intangible Folk Cultural Asset of Japan in 1974. In July 1994, a multipurpose hot spring resort called "Kurhaus Yun...

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