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湯の原に鳴く芦田鶴は 吾が如く妹に恋ふれや 時わかずなく / 大伴旅人(万葉集より)

Onsen

A historic hot spring mentioned
in the Manyoshu

Our bath waters come from the Futsukaichi Onsen,
which has been flowing for over 1,300 years, a symbol of the unchanging history of the area.

Futsukaichi Onsen has been visited by government dignitaries and priests for centuries.
Its soft and smooth waters leave your skin feeling supple and your mind at ease.

Suita-no-yu Main Bath

Designed like a natural river and waterfall basin

Each of the men’s and women’s baths are over 330m² wide, stone-lined and dotted with crystals along the bottom.
The trees outside the windows will let you completely forget you’re in the middle of the city.
Baths open from 11AM to 1:30AM, then open again from 5AM to 10AM.

Private Baths (for Guests at Taisho-tei)

Relax in private in our spacious reserved baths

We have two private baths at Daimaru Besso: Suishin-no-yu and Ashi-no-yu. These baths are exclusively for the use of guests staying in our Taisho-tei rooms, who can enjoy the mild sulfur aroma and relaxing warmth of our spring waters. Perfect for guests who wish to bathe in private. Available 24 hours.

Suishin-no-yu

The retro-styled windows and overall design will teleport you back to a Japan from 100 years ago and let you forget your modern-day worries.

Ashi-no-yu

The faint smell of sulfur and hot spring waters offer a true Japanese onsen experience.

In-Room Baths

Each room features its own private bath

All of our Taisho-tei, Heian-tei, Showa-tei, and Rengyoan rooms are each equipped with a private bath.
Heian-tei and Rengyoan baths are filled with natural spring water, and the Taisho-tei and Showa-tei baths are filled with regular water.

  • A few of the baths are shown below. Your room may vary.

Onsen Details

Onsen name Futsukaichi Onsen
Water type Alkaline simple hot spring
Helps relieve Chronic joint pain, nerve pain, gastrointestinal issues, burns, skin issues
Hours Main Bath 5AM-10AM, 11AM-1:30AM, Private Baths 24 hours