Amihari Onsen

Shizukuishi Town

Central Iwate

It was discovered during the Wado era (708-715) and was formerly called Teizawa Onsen. The name ``amibari'' originates from the Edo period, when public bathing was prohibited due to the ``Yama no Kami belief,'' and a net was placed around the area. The spring quality is simple acidic, sulfur hot spring, hypotonic acidic hot spring, and is effective for chronic skin diseases, chronic women's diseases, cuts, diabetes, hypertension, and hemorrhoids.

Amihari Onsen, Shizukuishi-cho, Iwate-gun, Iwate 020-0585
Open-air Bath
Route: Morioka IC → [40 minutes by car] Amihari Onsen

Shuttle bus available from JR Morioka Station west exit rotary. (Limited to guests staying)
*Reservations must be made by the day before. (019-693-2211)
(One company) Shizukuishi Tourism Association
Phone number 019-692-5138
FAX number 019-692-5208

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