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- This is the museum of Kubota Itchiku (1917-2003), the artist who revived the lost art of Tsujigahana silk dyeing, used to decorate elaborate kimono during the Muromachi Period (1333-1573). In his early twenties he was so inspired by a fragment of Tsujigahana textile exhibited at the Tokyo National Museum, that he devoted the rest of his life to recreating and mastering the labor-intensive silk dyeing technique. Several of the artist's Kimono creations, depicting themes of nature, the cosmos and the seasons are exhibited. His masterpiece, "Symphony of Light" is really amazing!!Written September 17, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The obvious attraction here is the onsen, which is not spectacular compared to the ones I've visited, but I guess for 520 yen, this place will suffice for a couple of hours of soak. It also has an indoor pool, a resting area and a small restaurant/cafe inside the onsen. Outside, the complex is actually an extension of a small hotel, with a souvenir shop, restaurant and cafe. The local specialty is shishamo, but unfortunately, I visited in September, which is not spawning season yet. If you are interested in shishamo, do come visit in October instead...Written September 22, 2016This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I experienced chiropractic and shiatsu with Ryo for stiff neck / shoulders and pain in legs. Ryo provided detailed explanations in English all long, and also gave some advice about how to keep a good posture. After the massage, I got a delicious cup of tea (for warming immunity boost). Overall, great experience and very relaxing. Thank you!Written September 30, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Absolutely relaxing! I had a very nice facial. Ladies in the salon were very kind and sweet. Will definitely come back.Written June 17, 2022
- Akane san was excellent . 90 minute oil massage ... very relaxing , therapeutic and good value . Highly recommended .Written March 15, 2020
- The staffs was professional, the environment was graet , the manager was kind and polite, just a little cold in the room.Written September 23, 2022
- Went to Furusatono Yu, which is very nice one! as it is not as too hot as the local free public onsen although it costs around 5$Written March 29, 2022
- A world-class level onsen that people don't talk about enough. You really need a car to get here, so it't usually not busy at all. Most of the time, I get the whole bath to myself. It's especially good on rainy days. Don't skip out on the ibusuki cider or mango yogurton after your bath, they're special drinks only available in ibusuki and they're both delicious!Written July 17, 2021
- This is a Shiatsu massage with Taka who has more than 10 years of experience in the field and fully licensed. It was one of my highlights in Koyasan.Written June 1, 2022
- We went to Kinosaki Onsen on 17th. Without any expectation, we had actually a great experience.
Overall we were very happy.
These are their good points.
- Natural Onsen which gives so many benefits to your body
- Mix pool outside, remember to bring your swimwear though.
- Not far from town
A few to improve
- A refurbishment might need to be considered as some needs to fix e.g Toilet door was broken.
- Need to repaint so the place looks fresh & new
- A bigger toilet
Thank you we will def come back.Written April 20, 2021
- Perfect place for people who love onsen ( hot baths) nice place , with many private onsen hotels. In addition to private onsens there are a few public onsens are also there.Written April 30, 2021
- A very charming onsen town albeit a little touristy. This is the place you can walk around in your yukata. For ¥1300 you can get an onsen pass to visit three onsens among the twenty over onsens in the town. The town is very compact and walkable within a short time. Many nice little shops,cafes and restaurants. Like most onsen town in Japan,shops will be closed after 5pm so it’s advisable to have your meals at the ryokan.Written November 12, 2019
- If you are looking for a break from temple visits and can’t travel far from Kyoto this is your stop! Only 30 min from downtown Kyoto but it feels very remote in a beautiful mountain setting. Riding the electric train up the mountain is part of the fun. Outdoor onsen is wonderful and very serene. We also enjoyed the indoor bath. Restaurant serves good food. A wonderful way to spend a rainy and cool January afternoon.Written January 9, 2020
- Open air got spring bathing amidst snow mountains was our once-in-a-life memorable experience. Indian food was great.Written February 26, 2022