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Toyota-City Sanage Onsen

  • Sanage Onsen
  • Sanage Onsen
  • Sanage Onsen

Sanage Onsen was founded in 1554.
It lies in the foothills of Mt. Sanage in Aichi Kogen Quasi-National Park, and is the prefecture's largest natural radon hot spring. The hot spring that gushes forth from 1,200 m below ground is said to be ""medicinal water,"" and the hot spring is famous for being recommended by doctors.
It was also the first hot spring in Aichi Prefecture whose water was approved for drinking (for the intake of the components).
The main facilities are hotels and hot spring establishments for day trippers, and there are also strolling paths around Lake Suzugataki and the like.
There are also power spots in the form of Fudo Myo-o Shrine and Suzugataki waterfall.
It was also the first hot spring in Aichi Prefecture whose water was approved for drinking (for the intake of the components).
The main facilities are hotels and hot spring establishments for day trippers, and there are also strolling paths around Lake Suzugataki and the like.
There are also power spots in the form of Fudo Myo-o Shrine and Suzugataki waterfall.

SPOT OVERVIEW

  • Souvenirs
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
Location : 〒470-0364
21, Kano-cho, Umamichi-dori, Toyota-City, Aichi
Opening
days / hours
: Open 24 hours
【One day spa】
・weekday 9:00~23:00,
・weekend and holidays 8:00~23:00
(Last admission 22:30)
Phone number : 0565-45-6111

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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    ・From Nagoya Station, take the subway Higashiyama Line. Alight at Fushimi station and take the subway Tsurumai line. Alight at Josui station and take the loop bus. Alight at "Sanage Onsen" stop 1minutes walk.
    ・From Nagoya Station, take the subway Higashiyama Line. Alight at Fujigaoka station and take the loop bus. Alight at "Sanage Onsen" stop and 1minutes walk.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    10 minutes from the Tokai-Kanjo Expressway Toyota Fujioka I.C.
    10 minutes from the Sanage Green Road Kano I.C.

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