Amanohashidate Onsen “Chie-no-yu”
It is an onsen facility located next to Amanohashidate Station

This is the onsen which stands right next to the Amanohashidate Station. The name of this onsen “CHIE” means “wisdom” and this onsen is named for hoping everyone’s health and wisdom. (“yu” means hot water)
This onsen has both inside and outside onsen, also onsen for hands and feet only. So, many people can enjoy this unique style of onsen.

This onsen contains sodium and this is especially famous for women since this spring quality makes people beautiful.
(The spring quality is called “BIHADA-NO-YU.” “BI” means “beautiful” and “HADA” means “skin”.)

“Ashi-yu(Onsen only for feet)” is in front of this onsen and everyone can use for free. (Closed irregularly)

Amanohashidate Onsen “Chie-no-yu”


●Address/640-73, Monju, Miyazu, Kyoto 626-0001
●Admission/Adult 700 yen (eligible for over 12 years old)
Child 350 yen
◆Access/One minute walk from Amanohashidate Station

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