The private open-air bath is very popular among couples of all ages as well as family travelers. Facing the waterway, this bath is caressed by pleasant sea breezes from the Sea of Japan. Bathers can unwind both mind and body as they sink leisurely into the tub to the accompaniment of the sounds of the roaring sea. Guests are encouraged to try the open-air bath at least once during their stay. Guests who reserve their room on this official website are eligible for a special bonus of one free 45-minute session in the private open-air bath per party. Don’t miss out on this special opportunity to enjoy a comfortable open-air bathing experience.
|Source||Kumihama Country Onsen hot spring|
|Hot-spring properties||sodium-calcium chloride sulfate spring|
|Not recommended for (bathing)||Those with acute illnesses (particularly ones involving fever), active tuberculosis, malignant tumors, severe heart disease, poor respiration, kidney failure, hemorrhagic conditions, severe anemia, or other illnesses in general, or pregnant women (particularly in the early and late stages of pregnancy)|
|Beneficial for (bathing)||Neuralgia, muscular pain, joint pain, stiff shoulders, motor paralysis, stiff joints, bruises, sprains, chronic digestive conditions, hemorrhoids, poor circulation, recovery from fatigue, improving the health, cuts, burns, chronic skin conditions, children of delicate health, chronic gynecological conditions|
The inn’s hot-spring baths are sourced entirely from the Kumihama Country Onsen hot spring, designated by the Ministry for the Environment of Japan as a national hot-spring recreation district. Don’t worry about the white sulphur flowers you may see in the baths: they are evidence of the hot-spring water’s healthy natural ingredients. To keep the hot-spring water from cooling down on its way to the inn, it is heated to nearly its original temperature at the source (42.2° C).