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Nukumori no Yu Spaful

騨古川桃源郷温泉 ぬく森の湯すぱ~ふる

Stretch out comfortably in the large baths at Nukumori no Yu Spaful. Reinvigorate your body thanks to the water jets that gently massage from the sides and floor of the tub, placed to effectively stimulate the skin in alignment with the body's acupuncture points as you relax in the hot waters. 

The open-air rock bath affords guests a lovely view of the nearby forest. Let the sounds of nature envelop your senses as the cold winter air keeps your head cool while your body is heated by the hot spring. There is also a sauna on-site for you to sweat out any impurities before showering and continuing your soak in the baths. 

Open-air rock bath
Open-air rock bath

The weak-alkaline waters have a skin-beautifying effect that removes dead skin and leaves skin feeling smooth and hydrated. In addition to its beautifying factors, the waters here have other healthful benefits such as promotion of muscle and joint recovery, circulation, and digestion improvement. These waters are also safe for children and the elderly thanks to its gentle composition.

Essential Information

  • Junior high school students and above: 600 yen
  • Elementary school students: 300 yen



Tuesdays & Wednesdays


Nukumori no Yu Spaful is a 15-minute drive from Hida-Furukawa Station.

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