HOT SPRINGS/ 温泉
Izu is well known for its many hot springs flowing all over the peninsula.
Atami and Ito Cities, listed among the great hot spring areas of Japan for their abundant yield of hot water, Izu's oldest Shuzenji Onsen's "Tokko-no-yu", Kawazu Town's Yatsu Onsen, historically significant little-known hot springs and much more are what give the Izu Peninsula its great reputation.
Since long ago, many great Japanese literary figures have also spent time here, producing many great works based on those visits.
Come and enjoy the history and culture of Izu's naturally created hot springs.
Sennin-buro Kanaya Ryokan Day Spa
Sennin-buro is a public bath inside "Kanaya Ryokan", an inn founded 150 years ago. The great wooden bath is famous for having areas more than 1m deep.more
Akazawa Onsen Day Spa
The stunning view of the Pacific Ocean from this outdoor bath is popular and visitors can enjoy a bit of indulgence in the Jacuzzi or a special bath in which you can lay down as well.more
It is said that Ota Dokan discovered this hot spring when he witnessed a monkey bathing in the waters. Now, visitors can witness the hot spring steam rising from the turret outside, a charming sight.more
This hot spring was named after "Lady Ayame" who was born in the area and married Minamoto no Yorimasa.more
Hakoyu & Tokko-no-yu
Shuzenji Onsen has a 1,200 year history. Now, visitors can enjoy the foot bath "Tokko-no-yu" and rebuilt hot spring "Hakoyu".more
Horizontal Style Hot Spring
Discovered about 1,300 years ago, this horizontal style hot spring is one of Japan's Three Old Springs. 7,000t of 70℃ water flows daily.more
Water SpoutKawazu Town
Mine Onsen Water Spout Park's artesian spring releases 600l of 100℃ water some 30m into the air.more
Sawada Park Outdoor Bath
Visitors can watch the sun set over the horizon at this outdoor bath and enjoy viewing Suruga Bay and Dogashima's unique landscape.more