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Naruko Hot Spring Village

Japan, Onikobe, Naruko Onsen, Osaki City, Miyagi Prefecture 9896941

The Naruko Hot Spring Village consists of five hot spring areas in the Naruko area of Osaki City, all of which have long been known as Tamatsukuri Jugoyu. Naruko Onsen is a hot spring area that developed on the plateau behind the Eai River coast to the left and right of JR Naruko Onsen Station, and was the most prosperous hot spring resort in the Sendai territory. Up to the present day, there are ryokan, souvenir shops, restaurants, kokeshi doll workshops, and public baths such as "Takinoyu" and "Waseda Sajikiyu", which have a thousand years of history as sacred hot springs. Higashi-Naruko Onsen is a hot spring area that spreads along the Eai River from east to west around Naruko Gotenyu Station on the JR Rikuu East Line. Kawatari Onsen is the main entrance to Naruko Onsen, one of the earliest hot springs in the Naruko hot spring village. Onikobe Onsen has a variety of spring qualities and an abundant amount of hot water, and is home to one of Japan's leading geysers, "Benten.

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Telephone number 0229-23-7097
Website http://en.naruko.gr.jp/
Access
  • (Onikobe) 20 minutes by bus from Naruko Onsen Station on the JR Rikuu East Line. (Nakayamadaira) 5 minutes by car from Nakayamadaira Onsen Station on the JR Rikuu East Line. (Kawatari) 5 minutes by car from Kawatata Onsen Station on the JR Rikuu East Line.
Language 日本語
Other (Onikobe) Simple hot spring/chloride spring (Nakayamadaira/Kawatari) Simple hot spring/Sulfur spring
Last Update : 2023.04.20   MATCHA Co., Ltd.

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