In the past, this inn, whose slogan was “If it doesn’t work, we’ll refund your money”, was popular as a hot-spring cure that did not require any medicine, and was crowded with guests for the purpose of hot-spring treatment.
All baths are 100% natural hot springs with free-flowing hot-spring water, both in terms of the hot springs that spring forth and their efficacy, which has remained unchanged over the years.
The site has been closed for a long period of time since May 2020 due to damage to facilities caused by falling rocks in the national forests, which forced the Forestry Agency to restrict access to the site.
As the national construction work has recently been completed, some of the open-air bath facilities will reopen to overnight guests only from 3pm on 26 November 2022.
The women’s baths are closed and there is no indication that they will reopen.
For this reason, temporary women’s changing rooms will be set up and swimwear will be allowed for the time being.
There is no timetable for the reopening of the day-trip bathing service. Please be aware of this.
We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused over a long period of time.
Please note that the following persons are not permitted to bathe
Those involved in gangs, acts of violence, offences against public order and morals, or any behaviour or actions that cause discomfort to other guests will be asked to leave the premises as soon as possible.
● Concerning boys using the women’s bath, or girls using the men’s bath with the guardian, we only allow this for children who are younger than 7 years old or shorter than 120cm.