There is a Yugama Yakushi near the north exit of Dogo Park. This is a stone Yugama which is said to be the oldest in Japan. The soup kettle has a diameter of 167 cm and a height of 158 cm. It is like a cylinder with a picture of a Bodhisattva sitting on a lotus flower carved on it. There is an introduction to the soup kettle next to it, but it is all in Japanese. It feels like this is a heated stone bathtub. After the water is heated, you can directly bathe in it.
On the north side of Dogo Park, there is a small temple Yugama Yakushi who is worshipped by everyone as the patron saint of hot springs. This is the oldest stone-made Yugama in Japan, built in the Nara period. It is one hundred and sixty centimeters high and one hundred and fifty centimeters wide. It was actually used by people until the Dogo Onsen Main Building was completed.