The architecture resembles that of a kabuki theater and is a popular bathhouse landmark. This bathhouse features a cave made of natural boulders and soft ambient lighting, perfect for those wanting a calm and relaxing soak. Come and see why this bath is called “Ichino-yu (number one bath)”, a name given by a well-known doctor of the Edo era, after he had experienced the positive effects of the waters firsthand.


Business Hours
7:00am - 11:00pm
Holidays / Closed
Every Wednesday
Distance from Station
10 minute walk
Entrance Fee
Adult 700 yen / Child(U-12yrs) 350 yen
Language Support
Sorry, but only Japanese is spoken.