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Hashiri Yu

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604-10 Izusan, Atami, Shizuoka 413-0002, Japan

Underground source of a naturally heated thermal spring, plus foot baths overlooking the sea.

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phone+81 557-81-2631
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Erin Wendt a month ago

Cool very steamy cave, foot bath is nowhere to be seen - possibly somewhere on the 837step uphill trek from cave to large nearby shrine that we skipped. A few spots at a hotel nearby for convenient free parking.

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Shige Yoshii 7 months ago

Small, but fun to see if you are passing by.

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Mar Mar 8 months ago

Beautiful little spot that few people know about. It is rarely busy. It's a short 20 minute visit at most behind a group of unassuming buildings right on the ocean. It is a tunnel containing a large natural opening where you can see the source water for all of the hot springs in Atami. It's hot and steamy like a sauna so you can only be in there for 5 minutes at a time. There is a small shrine above ground to visit. It's a beautiful view and I believe there is a small restaurant/hotel right in front. It's a short drive from the center of town. Worth a stop! It's free to visit, and there is a small lot in front of the hotel to stop your car. You pretty much drive right up to it. Very little walking involved if you drive there with a car.

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Traveler Carat 2 years ago

The place is smaller than I expected and I only spent less than 5 minutes in this area. But it’s nice if you are the first time go there. However, I won’t recommend you to waste time to travel there.

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Jason Fung 5 years ago

Lack of transportation and nothing else to do near by. Literally it’s not officially recognized as of “big 3 hot springs (historical)” although it claimed itself was. Kinda waste of time.