Manza Onsen

Manza is one of the highest located resorts in Japan at 1,760 meters above sea level.

For this reason the view from the open-air bath is outstanding. A feature of this onsen is the color of milky white. Renowned as a symbol of Manza Onsen, "Karabuki" jets volcanic gas containing steam from between the rocks. Visitors can also enjoy skiing at nearby ski grounds in winter. 

Manza Onsen naturally produces 5.4 million liters of hot spring water that contains the most amount of sulfur compared to other hot springs around Japan.

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You can enjoy the hot spring water after a day of skiing.

“Gokuraku no Yu” is an open-air bath where you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of mountains by day and of the sky filled with countless stars by night. No matter what time you choose to enjoy a bath in “Gokuraku no Yu,” you will experience a different view that changes little by little around the clock—from sunrise to sunset. With a breathtaking view of sparkling stars up in the sky, you will get a glimpse of Heaven (Gokuraku in Japanese).

Heavenly peace in summertime

High quality place for relaxation.

 Supported by sturdy wooden posts and made purely with natural wooden materials, Nisshinkan’s main bathhouse “Chouju no Yu” offers 6 different types of baths, including “Niga Yu” with 100% of the fountainhead spring water and “Sasa Yu” with kumazasa(low bamboo leafs) inside the hot spring.

Imagine yourself sitting in the water

 

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