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My first experience with sand bath was more than expected. I felt like my body being cooked in an oven, and small amount of sand over my chest gave an impression of a heavy stone. Afterword I felt great with my blood pressure normal result.
This was my first time to experience the sand bath. I did not bring the small towel or the large towel so I got both with the sand bath for 1,400 yen. It was totally worth it.
I arrived a few minutes before noon, which...More
it was fun! we didnt really know what to expect but there were instructions plastered all round the changing room so it was difficult not to know what to do!
the experience itself was also very comfortable. i actually prefer sand bathing to onsen as...More
We brought 1200 yen entrance tickets for Saraku and hot spring with one cloth & small towel. The Saraku is in the beach, the staffs will put the black sand cover to your body. Then you can ask them to take the photo for you....More
if you are in Ibusuki , you are probably there from the sandbath and this sand bath onsen is around 20 mins walk from Ibusuki station . You will be buried in the hot sand for around 10 mins before you take away your yutaka...More
The hot sand bath was an amazing experience, it isn't too hot, just the right heat to stay in for 15 minutes, then shower and into the onsen for a relaxing bath. The only down side is the eatery needs improving for the amount of...More
Took about 20 minutes of steady walking to get to the location. Info desk in station has map and basic english.
As others have said there's good English directions inside about what to do and on all signs leading to and from the sands so...More
It was my first experience and it was fun. First, change to yukata robes, walk to the sheltered sand bath compound to be buried with warm sand. It was comfortable and relaxing, having the weight of the sand on your body. After staying buried for...More
Pretty cool experience although it wasn't really all that relaxing being buried in the lukewarm sand...decent onsen to wash up afterwards...staff spoke basic English and explanations of what to do are clearly posted in English as well...