HOT SPRING

SPA

Famous for its mythology, Aoshima also has a wealth of natural hot springs which draw so many people here. We’ve named the hot spring spa at the hostel “Shinwa no Yu”. The user-friendly hot spring facility at our hostel, utilizes an alkaline hot spring that is said to be gentle to the skin. We have a Large Public Bath, Open-Air Bath, Cold Water, Sauna and for an additional charge, private baths to accommodate a wide range of customer needs. For your visual enjoyment, on the wall of the main bathing area, there’s a colossal realistic painting of “Mount Fuji with Mihonomatsubara・Spring & Summer” painted by Shuhei Tateyama, a Japanese style painter who represents Miyazaki. We would like everyone to experience the relaxation of this very special hot spring at Aoshima Fisherman’s Beachside Hostel & Spa

Hot Spring Type: Simple Alkaline Low Temperature Spring
pH Rating 9.4

Ladies Bath

Men’s Bath

Private Bath

Open-Air Bath

Sauna

Locker room

BUSINESS HOURS

Business hours

Opening hours 6: 00 to 22: 00 (last reception 21: 30)

Onsen Admission

Adults ¥540 (tax included)
Children ¥350 (tax included)

Private Bath ¥1,600 (tax included) *1hour
Hot Springs Benefits
Relief of Low back pain, Neuralgia, Bruises, Chilling, Loss of gastrointestinal function

FACILITY

COMMUNITY SPACE

Relaxation Area

In our spacious Relaxation Area we have giant floor cushions, massage chairs, magazines and manga for your enjoyment. Sit inside the“Cacoon” suspended from the ceiling for unique relaxation experience that make you feel like you’re floating on air. We also have a terrace where you can relax in the cool sea breeze after soaking in the hot spring.

Cacoon

Suspended from the ceiling, the Cacoon makes you feel like you’re floating on air. A new type of relaxation that won’t get from a hammock.

Magazines

Forget the time and lose yourself in our collection of over 500 manga and magazines.

Massage Chairs

After warming up in the hot spring, treat your body to a soothing massage in one of our massage chairs. Try not to fall asleep.
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