Hot Spring after skiing?

There are some nice places for onsen near Osa Ski Resort.

The nearest onsens are at  Kinta no sato  and Geihoku Oak Garden.

≪Kinta no Sato≫

Kinta no Sato is an accommodation facility which includes hot springs , restaurants and  gym. Here is another post about Kinta no Sato.

≪Geihoku Oak Garden≫

Geihoku Oak Garden is an accommodation facility where you can try a natural hot spring, and in summer enjoy a BBQ and play ground golf.

Both outdoor and indoor hot springs bath have Jacuzzis, and also you can relax in the sauna. Day tickets for the onsen are also available.

*OPENING TIMES————–10:00am-9:00pm (last admission is 8:00pm)

*FEE(for day onsen user)———Adult :500 yen

Under 18 years old: 200 yen

Under five years old: 100yen

Under three years old: free.

For regular visitor, a repeaters' ticket might be reasonable.

*Repeat visit ticket————-Adult: 3,000 yen for seven tickets

Under 18 years old: 1,000 yen for seven tickets

Under five years old: 1,000 yen for 14 tickets

*Equipment————————-Body soap, shampoo, conditioner, drier.

*Commodity sold——————towel 120 yen/ shaver 100 yen/ tooth brush 100yen/     hair comb 100 yen/ hair elastic 50 yen.

*Parking——————————60 cars are available for free

*Access——————————-15 minutes by car from Osa Ski Resort.

From Hamada: take route 186 to Hiroshima (50 minutes by car)

From Chugoku Expressway: Get of Chugoku Expressway at                                              Togouchi IC and take rout 186 to the north. (30 minutes by car)

*Tel———————————–0826- 35-1230

Writen by Aiko

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