Tradition/Culture

Tazawako
Tazawako

Feel the breath of the earth

Tamagawa / Hachimantai

玉川・八幡平

Aspite volcano that straddles Akita and Iwate prefectures. The area is surrounded by primeval forests such as beech and Abies mariesii. Tamagawa Onsen, the largest amount of hot springs in Japan, hot springs spring everywhere around Madoka, and you can feel the breath of the earth.

Obuka Onsen (self-catering, closed in winter)

Spring quality: Simple sulfur spring

pH: 6.6

Efficacy: neuralgia, low back pain

One-day bath: ○

Tamagawa Onsen

Spring quality: Acidic, carbon dioxide-containing, iron (II), aluminum, chloride spring

pH: 1.05

Efficacy: neuralgia, rheumatism, renal intestinal disease, skin disease

One-day bath: ○

Shin-Tamagawa Onsen

Spring quality: Acidic, carbon dioxide-containing, iron (II), aluminum, chloride spring

pH: 1.2

Efficacy: neuralgia, rheumatism, renal intestinal disease, diabetes, skin disease, cardiovascular disease, etc.

One-day bath: ○

Minami Tamagawa Onsen Yuyado Hanaya no Mori (closed in winter)

Spring quality: Sodium sulfate spring (Glauber's salt spring)

pH: 6.7

Efficacy: Chronic skin disease, arteriosclerosis, cuts, burns

One-day bath: ○

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