Nagaragawa Onsen
Nagaragawa Onsen
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TourGuideTanzan
Ichinomiya, Japan169 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2015
Onsen hot spring of Nagaragawa Onsen contains iron, it smells a bit like rust. Bathtubs are not as big as you may expect, because this onsen is located in a large city. That's why I cannot give 5 full points. However, the view of Nagaragawa River is superb and access is so easy. You can combine with the visit to Kinkazan Rope way and Gifu Castle in a day.
Written January 26, 2016
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sugapapa
Nasushiobara, Japan7,276 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023 • Couples
While sightseeing in Gifu, I stayed at the long-established inn, Juhachiro. The waters of Nagaragawa Onsen contain iron, and the clear, colorless spring water changes to a murky red color when it comes into contact with the air. On both sides of the Nagara River, famous for cormorant fishing, there are six inns and hotels scattered across the Nagara Bridge, but they are all far apart and do not have the atmosphere of a typical hot spring town. However, on Kawaramachi Street, where Juhachiro is located, the old townscape with latticed doors still remains, giving a slight taste of the past. In the past, it flourished as a river port that took advantage of the water transport on the Nagara River, and it was bustling with many shops.
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Written April 4, 2024
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