Enjoy the ultimate hot springs experience with facilities including the Yunozen no Sato, which boasts a total of ten different open-air bath types between the men's and women's baths.
Shosuke no Yu［Men's baths］
A large 150 cm tall sake barrel, located in front of the Shosuke no Yu, is the source of the hot water for the bath.
Kappa heaven［Men's baths］
The Onga River, which flows through the Chikuho Region, is said to have been home to kappa (a kind of river sprite) long ago.
Waterwheel bath［Men's baths］
A handmade waterwheel turns just beside the bath.
Cold spring bath［Men's baths］
A bath filled with cold water (cold spring water). Please use after a session in the sauna. Popular on hot days.
Steam bath (men's sauna)
The far infrared sauna is set to 95-100°C.
The Kaguya Princess Bath［Women's baths］
The Kaguya Princess Bath is so-named due to the Wakita region's long-standing reputation as a bamboo producing area.The view from the bath includes cherry blossoms in spring, fresh greenery in summer, fall foliage, and winter snow.
The Thirty-Six Immortals of Poetry bath
This Japanese cedar bath includes a large picture of the Thirty-Six Immortals of Poetry.
The four seasons bath［Women's baths］
The design of the tiles has been altered for a more retro look.
Sleeping bath［Women's baths］
This shallow bath allows you to relax in a stretched out position and helps promote sleep and tranquility. It is said to be useful for those suffering from arteriosclerosis, eyestrain, and insomnia.