Okuzashiki which translates as the Inner-room of Fukushima Prefecture. One of the three great renowned hot spring of Oushu. An ancient hot spring with its history dating back to the 2nd century.
Tendo City, famous for Shogi (Japanese chess) pieces and La France branded pears. This onsen town is conveniently located for sightseeing in the center of Yamagata Prefecture.
Named “Netsu-no-yu (Atatamari-no-yu)” translates as heat-bath for its heat-retaining effect.
The Western-style wooden multi-layered ryokan, built from the Taisho-era (1910s) to the Showa-era (1980s) creating distinct old-fashioned scenery.
Natural hot spring using an abundance of the local Kaneyama cedarwood. The refreshing spring quality of the alkaline simple hot spring, sure to heal the mind and the body.
The legendary hot spring is said to be discovered by Yoshitsune and his party, when they were aiming for Hiraizumi, fleeing from Minamoto no Yoritomo (The founder and the first Kamakura shogunate)
The thick, viscous Sulphur spring is referred to as the unagi-yu which translates as eel hot-spring and popular for beautiful skin.
Center of Naruko onsen area. One of the three great renowned hot spring of Oushu.
In the Edo period, there was the “Gotenba” which translates as a hot spring for a “high ranking official”, dedicated to the Date family, the lord of the Sendai domain. The black hot water is its unique characteristics.
This is the oldest hot spring in Naruko Onsea area. The news of its efficacy spread across the river all the way to Kyoto.