Takaragawa Hot Spring
Minakami Town
Large open-air bath along the river side with rich amout of hot spring water
A magnificent open air bath, the largest in Japan. Built along the Takara River, the hot springs are famous for these four huge baths, evocative of small lakes. Both overnight guests and day visitors are invited to take a dip.
Address 1899 Fujiwara, Minakami-machi, Tone district, Gunma prefecture
Telephone 0278-75-2121
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Get on buses via Minakami Station from Jomokogen Station to the closest bus stop about 60 minutes away
Closest Bus Stop
0km from Takaragawa Hot Spring (JT66) Bus Stop
Car Access
From Tokyo30 minutes from Minakami IC on R291, prefectural roads 63 & 264
From Niigata30 minutes from Minakami IC on R291, prefectural roads 63 & 264
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