Hot Springs in Kitaibaraki Area

Ibaraki > Kitaibaraki

With sites like Izura Coast, which was where Tenshin Okakura, a pioneer in modern art, based his activities, Isohara Coast, where Ujo Noguchi, a nursery rhyme poet, was born, and Hanazono Gorge, which is a famous site for viewing autumn leaves, the Kitaibaraki area is blessed with mountains, seas, and lush natural surroundings.

Hot spring waters gush forth in a variety of locations, and the water is even stored in wells. Take a leisurely soak and your chilled body will be warmed to the core. Many of the hot spring inns in the area pride themselves on their seafood dishes, and the local anglerfish hotpot is something you absolutely must try.

Where is it??

Address:
Otsucho Kitacho, Kitaibaraki-shi, Ibaraki, 319-1704, Japan
Telephone:
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Web Site:
http://www.ibarakiguide.jp/en/onsen/
Access:

From Tokyo Station, Isohara Station is an approximately 2-hour ride by Limited Express on the JR Joban Line. From Isohara Station, Otsuko Station is an approximately 5-minute ride on the JR Joban Line.

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