Yamizo Hot Spring
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This publically-run hot spring bathhouse is located on the banks of the Okukuji River, surrounded by the abundant nature of the mountainous area.
There are themed baths according to the season. In autumn, you can soak in a tub filled with floating apples. Alternatively, in May, bathers can soak in sweet-sedge scented waters.
The grounds of the bathhouse also feature a 16 hole golf course.
According to customer requests, the hotel will prepare Japanese-style course meals with Hitachi Wagyu Beef or Okukuji shamo chicken dishes.
- 524-2 Yada, Daigo Town, Kuji-gun, Ibaraki 319-3552
- TEL: 029-572-1511
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The name "Futatsushima" translates to two islands, referring to the two small islands symbolic of this coastline.
Futatsushima Hotel is great for relaxing in a hot spring bath and treating yourself to freshly caught local seafood. The two islands are illuminated from sunset until 23:00, making it perfect for an evening stroll before your bath.
Hagiya Ryokan Inn
This traditional Japanese-style inn boasts a great location off the Pacific Coast.
The inn’s guest rooms offer stunning sea views, while the hot spring baths are supplemented with seawater and seaweed. Furthermore, the restaurant serves local seafood focusing on the slow-food movement. During winter months, the menu includes anglerfish hotpot, a regional specialty of Ibaraki.
There’s no need to book an overnight stay to enjoy everything Hagiya has to offer. Visitors can book a day plan with a meal and visit the hot springs.
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