Area : Fukawa/Yumoto
Re-opened in the spring of 2020, Nagato Yumoto Onsen's theme is that of an onsen town perfect for relaxing strolls. On both banks of the Otozure River, which flows through the heart of the ryokan inn district, you'll find the 600 year-old onsen Onto, and cafés and bars renovated from old houses. At places like the Otozure River Terrace, where you can relax above the river and listen to its babble, you're invited to enjoy a moment of peace in an onsen town that's both forward-looking and steeped in history.
Hot spring type / quality : Alkaline simple hot spring with a PH of 9.6. Clear and colorless, slight sulfuric odor.
Therapeutic effects : Nerve pain, muscle soreness, joint/arthritis pain, general fatigue, etc.
Features : The water has a slightly lotion-like texture that leaves the skin of bathers slippery-smooth.
This modern, Japanese-style ryokan inn stands on the banks of the Otozure River.Read more
Otani Sanso Bettei Otozure
With a proud history of 600 years, Otani Sanso Bettei Otozure has also embraced modernism in its design, and truly represents the Japanese onsen resort experience.Read more
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A traditional inn nestled in a valley and surrounded by the stillness of natureRead more
Yumoto Sightseeing Hotel Saikyo
Enjoy the scenic changes of the season from Hotel Saikyo's outdoor bath.Read more
Popular for its cottage-style rooms, Grand Jeté has a distinctly home-y feel.Read more
A reasonably-priced business hotelRead more
The final resting place of warlord Yoshitaka Ouichi, who brought reknown to Yamaguchi during the Muromachi Period (1333-1573)Read more
The traditional Akasaki Festival has been held at this shrine since the Momoyama Period (1573-1600), shortly before Japan was unified under its first shogunate.Read more
Akasaki Shrine Natural Amphitheater
This outdoor performing space is a nationally-designated Important Tangible Cultural PropertyRead more