Amihari Onsenkan [Amihari Onsen] (day trip bathing facility)

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 ``belief in the mountain god'' and a net was placed around the area. It was opened to the public with the Meiji Restoration, and retainers of the former Nanbu domain built a bathing area near the source, and the hot water was said to be effective against various illnesses, and despite the steep mountain path, more than 3,000 people used it each year. This hot spring facility opened in December 2002 as a day-trip hot spring facility, and has a large public bath and open-air bath, as well as a large hall, restaurant, cafe, and shop. 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 Town, Iwate District
Day-trip Bathing Available Open-air Bath
Phone number 019-693-2211
[Business hours] 9:00-19:00 (Reception closes at 18:00)
*Extended by 1 hour on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays from April to November.
Senjo no Yu 8:30-15:00 (Reception closes at 14:00)

[Price] 600 yen for adults, 310 yen for elementary school students, 400 yen for adults

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