GOSHOBOH Hot-spring Bath

Goshoboh style, The KONGOSEN BATH
Half open-air & half men-women mixed

A dark and narrow passageway filled with water. Walking down the passage, one feels the water rising higher and higher until the passage suddenly opens up onto the main onsen “pool” which is covered, but opened to the outside, allowing guests to contemplate a green and sky view, while relaxing in the warm iron-orange waters. A stone wall divides the men’s and the women’s sides, getting continually lower toward the far end of the pool, facilitating both, friendly conversations over the wall, or a more private time. The specific muddy dark color of the waters, and the slight, shadowed lightening create a deep mood of relaxation, contemplation, and intimacy.
The hot-spring from deep earth, flowing for thousands of years, will certainly wash away any tiring worldly thought.

Guests staying at the inn Available: 15:00 ~ 9:30 of the following day
Guests on day visit Available: 11:00 ~ 14:00 (Reservations including meals given priority)
Charge: ¥1,500 per entrance (excluding consumption tax and city tax 150 yen)
The charge includes a rental of a face towel.
Rental of large bath towel: ¥315
Hot-spring source: Gosho sengen and Uwanari sengen
Hot-spring type: Strongly basic ferruginous sodium chloride spring of a high temperature.
Properties: Colorless and transparent, however once it gets to the surface, it oxidizes and becomes iron-orange. It tastes salty and metallic, and is almost odorless.
Therapeutic effects on: External wound, Burn injury, chronic dermatitis, child Physical weakness, chronic adnexitis, menstrual disorder, neuralgia, muscle ache, joint ache, frozen shoulder, motor paralysis, joint stiffness, bruise, sprain, chronic digestive disease, hemorrhoid, excessive sensitivity to cold, rheumatism, recovery from illness, soothing effect, health enhancement.
Contraindication: Acute disease ( especially in case of fever), active tuberculosis, a malignant tumor, severe heart disease, respiratory failure, renal insufficiency, hemorrhagic disease, serious anemia, other progressive diseases, pregnancy (especially the beginning and end) .

Isolated Tea ceremony-bath style, The SHIHOAN
Half open-air, with a cozy Japanese Garden

Open-air and candle lit. The green of the garden looks greener, and the woody bathtub feels warmer. Soaking in the crystal-like waters, you hear a soothing melody from a Suikinkutsu (literally, Water koto cave) made from tiles dating to the 16th century.

Opening hours: 18:00 〜 24:00
Reservation: Required.
Available only for guests staying at the TENRAKU-Deluxe room type. (Please reserve it when you check in)