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No 2 on the onsen crawl map
About 24 stools space
Motive half has no shower
One oval shape pool - too hot for us and hotter than other public onsen . There is one small one for children too
No outdoor onsen
I didn’t use the onsen here. I just came in to ask for help. I asked if they could call my hostel for someone to come pick me up. They were very nice. They made the phone call for me and even let me sit...More
Being located in the centre of town, at the junction between the main road of where most of the shops are and the ryokans on the other side, and with the longest opening hours, this ryokan is certainly the most convenient.
This onsen isn't really worth visiting as a tourist, it's a very municipal affair clearly for the locals.More
VisitKinosaki, Owner at Jizouyu, responded to this reviewResponded 17 November 2016
Thank you very much for your feedback. As you said, Jizo-yu is favored by the local inhabitants or tourists who wish to relax at a bath house that is less crowded. Also, the water here is said to protect children and families. If...More
I went all 7 onsen at kinosaki and here there was only indoor onsen available
for those who doesn't have much time i suggest to skip this one but if you have time all day why not to try ;)
Thank Hoon M
VisitKinosaki, Owner at Jizouyu, responded to this reviewResponded 28 October 2016
Dear Hoon M,
We highly appreciate you taking time to visit all 7 bathouses in Kinosaki Onsen. We are glad to know that you enjoyed soaking yourself in a Japanese culture.We look forward to welcoming you again!
That’s what the onsen brochure said. It is right at the end of main road from the train station. They have a nice Jizou (holy statue) at the entrance. A nice onsen on the 2nd floor. They open at 7 a.m. Closed on Fridays.
VisitKinosaki, Owner at Jizouyu, responded to this reviewResponded 17 October 2016
Thank you very much for your review and interest in the Jizou at the entrance. It protects children and families. Fun fact: the hexagonal windows of the building represent the basalt rocks at the nearby Genbudo Cave.
Jizo no us is the 2nd closest onsen to the train station and it opens pretty much the whole day from 7:00-23:00. There isn’t anything particular about this. There is no outdoor pool . The water temperature is average hot but the proximity to the...More