A place to exchange local information and with a onsen in the centre. It includes an ashiyu that can be used free of charge, a specialty product store and a restaurant. You will find also Japans biggest Taiko drum the “Tsushima Heian Daiko” made from a 900 year old okosu tree.
※ ashiyu is a hot spring in which people can bathe their feet.
|business hours||[Onsen] 10:00-22:00 (last admission 21:30) [Pool] 13:00-18:00|
|closed||First and third Monday of the month. (except for national holidays on Monday, in which case it is open on the holiday and closed the following day instead)|
|parking space||available free 157 (standard-sized cars)/ 7 (sightseeing buses)|
|admission fee||［Admission onsen］ Adults 650 yen / elementary school or less 300 yen / over 65 years 500 yen / handicapped junior high school or older 450 yen / over 65 years 350 yen ［Admission pool］ Adults 400 yen / elementary school or less 200 yen / over 65 years 300 yen / handicapped junior high school or older 300 yen / over 65 years 200 yen ［Combined ticket］ Adults 700 yen / elementary school or less 400 yen / over 65 years 550 yen / handicapped 550 yen|
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