Hikage Onsen

Hikage Onsen is regarded as a little-known onsen of Japan and is famous for curing skin damage and atopic dermatitis. As the onsen has a 126-year history, the historical museum inside the facility provides a nostalgic ambiance. In addition, its building made from wood offers incredible warmth. You can enjoy a calm, relaxing time in nature as if you have detached yourself from the world. This is a luxurious onsen where you can enjoy scenic views of the forest during the day and look up to a sky full of stars in the night while relaxing in the open-air bath. You can also enjoy walking along the trekking courses in the mountains behind the onsen.

Address
37 Nagabashiri, Odate-shi, Akita
Contact No.
+81-186-51-2011
Access
A 38-minute drive from Odate-Noshiro Airport About 1-hour train ride from Aomori Station and Shinaomori Station About 30-minute train ride from Hirosaki Station
Opening Hours / Holidays
8:00 - 20:00
Day-use onsen: 10:00-15:45 (Last admission: 15:00)
Official Website
http://hikage.club/
Admission fee
Onsen one-day pass: 500 yen for an adult (junior high school student or older) and 250 yen for a child (elementary school student or younger) Private onsen: 2,000 yen (tax included) for an hour

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

You can meet the Akita dog named Hacchi, a special hospitality staff member of the onsen.

Hikage Onsen

Hikage Onsen is regarded as a little-known onsen of Japan and is famous for curing skin damage and atopic dermatitis. As the onsen has a 126-year history, the historical museum inside the facility provides a nostalgic ambiance. In addition, its building made from wood offers incredible warmth. You can enjoy a calm, relaxing time in nature as if you have detached yourself from the world. This is a luxurious onsen where you can enjoy scenic views of the forest during the day and look up to a sky full of stars in the night while relaxing in the open-air bath. You can also enjoy walking along the trekking courses in the mountains behind the onsen.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

You can meet the Akita dog named Hacchi, a special hospitality staff member of the onsen.

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