Top Things to Do in Kami 2021

Filter

Recommended

8,360 things to do found in Kami
Sort by:
Recommended
View on Map
Selected Filters:
Recommended
Kinosaki Onsen Tourism Association

Kinosaki Onsen Tourism AssociationNearby City

4.7/514 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 550 reviews
"Hot Springs Resort"
"Ornamental Hot spring"
Open 24 hours (Local time)
珏丸美
"Kinosaki Onsen, a small town built around hot springs in the northern part of Hyogo Prefecture, is known as the first hot spring in the country during the Edo period. It is still a representative hot spring in the Kansai region and a sacred place for niche hot spring baths in winter. Introduction The "Shichisho Waiyu" in Kinosaki Onsen Street is the most famous. Although there are not too many prosperous or historical sites here, it can make people feel calm and forget irritability and exhaustion. The so-called "outer bath" refers to the public baths in the hot spring district that do not include accommodation facilities, as opposed to "inner bath". One day pass The seven external soups are named: Lizhitang, Jizotang, Yanagitang, Ichinotang, Goshotang, Mandala Tang, and Hongzhitang. They have the same spring quality, and they are high springs rich in sodium and calcium chloride. Because the outside bath does not contain accommodation facilities, you can go back and forth on the same day, that is, a one-day "hot spring cruise", just purchase the one-day outside bath coupon for the 7 major outside baths in Kinosaki Onsen. Price ▶Adults (junior high school students and above): 1200 yen; children (over 3 years old): 600 yen Transportation If you are going in the direction of Kyoto, take the "JR Sanin Main Line" and get off at "Korosaki Onsen Station" to reach the hot spring town. Address: 357-1, Yushima, Kinosaki Town, Toyooka City, Hyogo Prefecture (Kinosaki Onsen Tourism Association) If you go from Kyoto, it's very far, it is recommended to stay for one night Ekisha Onsen Satinoyu Business hours: 13:00~21:00 Regular holiday: Every Monday Uranoyu is located next to Kinosaki Onsen Station and is the nearest hot spring to Kinosaki Onsen Station. The Kinosaki area, where hot springs have been gushing out since 1400, has a healing climate since ancient times, and it has been passed down to this day. Uranoyu has inherited this style and blended with modern exoticism to create a unique spacious space. Walking in the quiet museum filled with vanilla, the sound of waterfalls beside your ears, and looking at the natural scenery in the distance, it is most pleasant to spend a leisurely time. Ichinoyu Business hours: 7:00~23:00 Regular holiday: Every Wednesday Ichinoyu is also known as "Fukunoyu" and is located in the middle of Kinosaki Onsen Street. The quality of Ichinoyu's spring has always been well received. The hot spring medical practitioners of the Edo period called it the best hot spring in the world, and the name "Ichinoyu" came from this. The cave bathing area opened along the natural mountain range is considered to be a good fortune bath and is a veritable symbol of Kinosaki Onsen. Gosho-no-Yu Business hours: 7:00~23:00 Regular holiday: the first and third Thursday of each month Gosho-no-Yu is very popular in the hot springs of Kinosaki. It is also called "Beauty-no-Yu", and girls who love beauty must not miss it. In the open-air rock bath of Gosho-no-Yu, there are also artificial waterfalls. It is a very elegant experience to enjoy the hot springs while watching the waterfalls. Mandala Soup Business hours: 15:00~23:00 Regular holiday: Irregular holiday The origin of the mandala soup is said to be the hot spring that springs out of the mandala by praying for a thousand days in order to save the suffering people. The characteristic of Mandala Soup is the "bucket bath". It is a rare experience to enter the hot spring in a bucket that can only accommodate 2-3 people. Konoyu"
Trip.com is part of Trip.com Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
Brand of the Year Awards 2020, South Korea
Google Material Design Awards 2019
Asia eCommerce Awards 2019, Hong Kong