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KAMENOI HOTEL KITSUREGAWA is a hot spring hotel where you can kick back and unwind while surrounded by the greenery of a rich natural environment. Along with Ureshino Hot Spring in Saga prefecture and Hinokami Hot Spring in Shimane prefecture, Kitsuregawa Hot Spring is known as one of the Three Great Skin Beautifying Springs of Japan. These sodium-chloride springs contain sulfur, salt, and iron, a rarity even in Japan. The silky smooth textured water is rich in various effects, and loved by people of all ages. The large public bath features large tubs, lying-down baths, and outdoor baths. The private bath is home to an outdoor and indoor bath where you can truly enjoy natural hot spring water. The hotel offers a variety of relaxed guest rooms to accommodate your purpose of stay and number of guests. There are also Japanese-style rooms with beds for a comfortable stay, and special mixed Japanese and Western rooms with earthenware (Arita ware) outdoor baths (plain hot water).
Visitors will also find rich natural vistas unique to hot spring destinations in the surrounding area. If you want to get the most out of your trip to the hot springs, don’t miss Roadside Station Kitsuregawa General Exchange Terminal Hot Spring and Spa about 6 minutes away by car. This is a hot spring facility and spa featuring a large public bath with indoor and outdoor baths and saunas, and various other baths for use with a bathing suit. If you want to experience the great outdoors, drive about 1 hour to Happogahara. This highland area at 1,000 to 1,200 meters got its name from the view encompassing all directions showing Nikko and Nasu Mountains nearby, and the far-off Kanto Plain. It is also famous for its Japanese azalea which are in season in June. This spot also draws many visitors who come for strolls during the autumn foliage season.
Oyaji Temple is an extremely rare spot, built as if enveloped in the cave of a craggy mountain. The temple is home to 10 beautiful statues of the Buddha carved directly from the rock wall in the main hall. It is said that the principle image, a statue of the thousand-armed Kannon carved by Kobo Daishi standing nearly four meters tall, is the oldest stone statue of the Buddha in Japan.
This is the perfect hotel for a trip to Kitsuregawa Hot Spring and enjoying the baths, nature, and history of the area.
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