Features of Misasa Onsen
Traditional Japanese-style inns line both sides of the Mitoku River in Misasa Onsen. Cozy inns, restaurants, antique shops, bars, souvenir stores, and shateki (shooting carnival game) line the the stone-paved main street, for a very traditional Japanese hot spring resort. It is said to have been discovered about 800 years ago, and is a legendary hot spring associated with the Genji clan. It is one of the best radium springs in the world and boasts the highest radon content in Japan. You can hear the sound of the Mitoku River running close by and the croaking sounds of sculpin frogs. It is also famous for the "Kawara-buro," a mixed unisex open-air bath on the riverside near Misasa Bridge.
Hot spring inns/hotels in Misasa Onsen: 7
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Authentic ryokan offering traditional Japanese cuisine prepared with fresh seafood, including the Matsuba crab (referred to as “king of taste”) during the winter months, and other seasonal ingredients from Misasa surrounded by rich nature