A RV park has been placed in the place selected as one of the 100 best sunsets in Japan.
A RV park has been placed in the place selected as one of the 100 best sunsets in Japan. A spectacular view overlooking Harima Nada can be seen in the distance from the Setonaikai National Park. You can look out over the Ieshima Islands to Shodoshima, and in the distance to Ushimado, Okayama Prefecture and the Shikoku Mountains.
The tourist destinations include Rokko Himei Shrine and field athletics. If you take the Rokko Arima Ropeway, you can go to Rokko Town and Arima Onsen Town. The number of meals at the facility is limited to 12 per month, but the museum director will have you a chance to eat the 4th grade Japanese black beef Ichibo steak right in front of you. Please contact us in advance.
Divided into “Yasuragi no Izumi Enmei no Yu” and “Magokoro no Izumi Suzu no Yu”, men and women swithch these bath on odd and even days. The types of bathtubs in the open-air area are almost the same, but the taste is different.
The open-air area of "Yasuragi no Izumi Enmei no Yu" is made of rock with wild taste.
The open-air area of "Magokoro no Izumi Suzu no Yu" is made of bright cutting stone and tiles.
Pricing (tax included)
■Bathing fee (re-entering possible)
Adult (junior high school students and older): 720 yen
Child (elementary school student): 370 yen
Under elementary school: free
[Business Hours] 10:00-25:00 (Last reception 24:30)
[Closed] Open all year round (closed about twice a year for maintenance)