良い温泉はお財布に優しい所が多い Many good hot springs are good for your wallet


The criteria for good and bad are each person, but the good hot springs given here are the criteria for me, the manager Takashi (laughs).


As I wrote in my previous blog, the water is naturally sprinkled out of the room, and it is not too large, and the hot water is replaced without heating, water addition, disinfection, etc. I think hot springs are the best.


There is also in the hot spring which this time gives, but it is really rare.


In such a state, there is no labor cost, and the electricity bill does not start at the light level after the evening, so it is a wallet-friendly price setting. (※ Thanks to locals and volunteers.)


First of all, the riverbank of Shiriyaki Onsen in Gunma Prefecture is free. Because it is a natural river. However, there are men who are cleaning by volunteers. It seems that the inn association is not cooperative with Kawahara because it becomes a business enemy. Especially in the summer, burning scum of fireworks and empty cans of beer may be falling. I want to keep manners so that I can keep it in this wonderful hot water forever.


Speaking of manners, the Yamaguchi open-air bath at Shima Onsen was also closed unfortunately. It was a beautiful bath and it was free with good hot water flowing from the source, but it seemed to be closed due to a disciplinary problem because it was a mixed bath.


It is said that most of the hot springs at Kusatsu Onsen, such as the hot springs of Nikugawa, have been closed to foreigners. About 10 years ago, when I lived in Gunma, most of the public baths were open for 24 hours for free or cheap, but due to the poor manners of tourists, I had to take such measures. Looks like it didn’t.


Nozawa Onsen, which is also famous for its hot springs, is open to foreigners with a contribution. The reason I wrote it as ambition is that the amount was not decided, but it is common sense to follow the manners because the management of cleaning etc. is done on duty for each village and the outside bath is originally for local people I want to put in a reasonable amount (I think that there is no less than 100 yen, but it is an individual’s idea.)


Nozawa Onsen’s hot springs were also open 24 hours a day, but the time limit has been reached since there was an incident where tourists got drunk and broke Isho bottles.


Kawaharayu Onsen, also known as Kusatsu’s rising hot spring, was relocated to the whole village due to the construction of the Yamba Dam, but before the move, there was a small open-air bath called Seiten-sama open-air bath. This was 100 yen.


Iwa-no-Yu at Shiobara Fukuwatari Onsen, which I wrote on my blog before, costs 200 yen. This is also a kind of money for cleaning and lighting. It was closed by a landslide last fall, but the schedule for reopening is currently unclear. Since this is also a mixed bath, I hope that it will not be used for AV shooting like an immovable bath in the back and it will not be closed.


The open-air bath at Kibetsu Onsen Kawara is 200 yen. A hot spring that is open 24 hours and welcomes visitors. This open-air bath of the pirates is really right next to the river, so it will be buried in earth and sand when heavy rain falls. I have been unable to take a bath twice due to the influence, but it seems sorry for 200 yen because the locals will rebuild every time they are buried. This is also a simple sulfur spring that springs out from the feet, and the bathtub in the foreground turns muddy depending on the day.


Takayu Onsen in Fukushima is a popular hot spring among hot spring lovers. It changes from transparent to beautiful emerald green, and becomes a pale turbid water in the bathtub. Warm baths with day trip facilities are simple, with only male and female open-air baths. There are many public facilities that separate bathing fees between residents in the city and visitors from outside the city, but I think that warm water is quite conscientious.


The Otsuka Onsen Kanai Ryokan was introduced on the Nuruyu blog as well, but the 33 ° C lukewarm water is being rushed into the bathtub. There used to be only mixed bathing, but now there are gender-separated inner baths in the new building. The 300 yen is handed to the inn, but it has a very peaceful atmosphere (laughs).


The Oku-Shiobara-Shinyu-no-ji hot water which I introduced on the turbid water blog is 300 yen. This is also a mixed bath. The bathtub, which was originally a mixed bath, was separated immediately by men and women, and the same bath was put in for 300 yen.


However, there is a small communal bath for men and women, called Nakanoyu. After all it is 300 yen.



Hayato Onsen Tsurunoyu, located in Aizu-Mishima-cho, Fukushima Prefecture, is a famous hot spring that is highly effective and recommended by surgeons. We entered three or four times, but we ask the people who are together each time to see how effective Tsurunoyu is. It works for cuts and movement disorders. When you drink it, it has saltiness and umami like kelp tea, and ramen using the source is on the cafeteria menu.

The facilities are large and there are many employees, but it is a reasonable price setting of 400 yen.


Last but not least, an old business hotel in the city of Kofu, Hotel Yuo Onsen, costs 400 yen. Since we do it early in the morning, many locals go to work after taking a bath. There is also a slim bathtub here, whether it is 40 degrees or not, so you can take a long bath even in the summer.



Some of the hot springs introduced this time have a heating tub, but they are generally hot springs without heating, water addition and circulation disinfection.

I want to enjoy the hot springs by keeping manners so that I can leave such wonderful water forever.


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高湯温泉(福島)あったか湯 250円

奥塩原新湯 寺の湯 300円

早戸温泉 鶴の湯 400円

南甲府 湯王温泉 400円

川原湯温泉 聖天様露天風呂 100円(当時)

塩原 福渡温泉 岩の湯 200円

木賊温泉 河原の露天風呂200円

野沢温泉 大湯 志

野沢温泉 中尾の湯 志

尻焼温泉 野天風呂 無料

野沢温泉 十王堂の湯 志

野沢温泉 滝の湯 志

草津温泉 煮川の湯 無料(当時)現在外来入浴不可

四万温泉 山口露天風呂 無料(当時)閉鎖