Zona : Zona di Tawarayama
Nagato Yumoto Onsen has the longest history of any hot spring in Yamaguchi Prefecture,
tracing back over 600 years to the Muromachi Period (1336-1573). Until the Edo period (1603-1868),
even daimyo, the feudal lords who ruled over the various states of Japan beneath the shogun would come to bathe here.
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.
A Temple Onsen
According to legend, Nagato Yumoto Onsen is said to have been discovered over 600 years ago by a Buddhist priest who was guided by divine revelation. As if to prove this, the onsen’s central wellspring is indeed located within the grounds of Taineiji Temple.
“Bihada-no-Yu” Baths for Beautiful Skin
The onsen is composed of pure alkaline waters, and is clear and colorless. Because the alkaline level of the spring is quite high, the waters have a lotion-like texture that leaves the skin soft and smooth.
A homestyle ryokan inn in the old streets of TawarayamaMostra altro
A small inn with a therapeutic and soothing onsenMostra altro
We take particular pride in our meals, which use fresh ingredients from Nagato's land and seas.Mostra altro
With its natural surroundings, this inn is perfect for long stays, and particularly well-equipped to serve our senior and disabled guests.Mostra altro
In Tawarayama, where the practice of outdoor bathing is common, this onsen features private indoor family baths ("kazoku-buro").Mostra altro
Misuzu Kaneko Mosaic: Project M20000
This mosiac re-imagines the world of Misuzu Kaneko's poem, "Big Catch."Mostra altro
Tawarayama Rhododendron Garden
This garden boasts over 30,000 rhododendrons that bloom thick across 5 hectares of mountainside.Mostra altro
Shichiju River Park (Shichiju River Pool)
Encircled by forest, this tranquil pool is located in view of the Shichiju River, and not far from a waterfall with seven falls.Mostra altro