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Higashiyama Onsen

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Higashiyama Onsen is a famous hot spring with 1,300 years of history, known as the "inner salon" of Aizu. It is a therapeutic bath that was frequented by successive generations of feudal lords and samurai warriors of Aizu, and includes an inn that formerly served as a villa for the domain lord and designated rest home for the domain. It is a sulfate hot spring with silky-smooth spring waters. The Yukawa River flowing through town has many waterfalls and its impressive flow can be observed from many lodgings in the area.

More Information about Higashiyama Onsen

Street address

222 Oaza Yumoto Kawamukai, Higahshiyamamachi Aizuwakamastu City, Fukushima

Access

Route1

  • Take the “Sightseeing Circulation Bus Akabei” from JR Aizu Wakamatsu Station for about 15 minutes, and get off at Higashiyama-onsen-eki bus stop.

Route2

  • Take the “Sightseeing Circulation Bus Haikara-san” from JR Aizu Wakamatsu Station for about 40 minutes, and get off at Higashiyama-onsen-eki bus stop.

Opening Hours

Closed

Website

http://www.aizu-higashiyama.com/english/index.html

Best season

All year

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