Kaike Onsen

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Kaike Onsen has around 30 onsen accommodations along the coast overlooking the Sea of Japan and is one of the top onsen towns in Tottori. It originates from when fishermen discovered the hot spring streaming from the ocean in 1900 and is popular for its good quality "hot salt water" coming from under the sea. Also, the beach opens in summer so that visitors can enjoy both the onsen as well as swimming in the ocean. As the water is of good quality, it is also recommendable to families with small children. Make sure to check out the beautiful sunset as well.

Address
3-1-1 Kaike Onsen, Yonago-shi, Tottori
Contact No.
+81-859-34-2888
Access
From JR Yonago Station, take Hinomaru Bus or Nikko Bus towards Kaiki Onsen for 20 min and get off at bus stop "Kaiki Kanko Center"
Official Website
http://www.kaike-onsen.com/index_pc.html
Time Required
Half day

※ 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.

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"Hot Salt Water" Streaming from the Ocean

Kaiki Onsen is a rare kind of onsen even within Japan as its water coming from the ocean is also called hot salt water. Its salt-rich water quality has attracted attention for having positive beauty effects and is therefore very much appreciated by women. Furthermore, it is said to be good for neuralgia, skin problems, rheumatism, hormonal disorders and anemia.

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Fantastic Sunset into the Sea of Japan

The sunset at Kaiki Onsen is selected as one of "Japan's top 100 sunsets." During the golden hour, the orange rays shine upon the town and unfold a beautiful view. It is not only the sunset which is beautiful but also the sunrise especially in November and January when the sun rises from the tip of Mt. Daisen, creating a phenomenon called diamond Daisen and a fantastic view.

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Kaike Onsen Shrine

In Kaike Onsen, there is the Kaike Onsen Shrine standing discreetly in the onsen town and is noticeable by its red tori (gate). Kaike Onsen's name means "everybody lives," and therefore, it is known to be the deity of longevity and that by offering a prayer one will be able to live a long life. Apart from that, it is also known for its blessings for family relationships, good health and finding a partner, so why not stop by during your trip?

Kaike Onsen

Kaike Onsen has around 30 onsen accommodations along the coast overlooking the Sea of Japan and is one of the top onsen towns in Tottori. It originates from when fishermen discovered the hot spring streaming from the ocean in 1900 and is popular for its good quality "hot salt water" coming from under the sea. Also, the beach opens in summer so that visitors can enjoy both the onsen as well as swimming in the ocean. As the water is of good quality, it is also recommendable to families with small children. Make sure to check out the beautiful sunset as well.

※ 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.

Source:pixta

"Hot Salt Water" Streaming from the Ocean

Kaiki Onsen is a rare kind of onsen even within Japan as its water coming from the ocean is also called hot salt water. Its salt-rich water quality has attracted attention for having positive beauty effects and is therefore very much appreciated by women. Furthermore, it is said to be good for neuralgia, skin problems, rheumatism, hormonal disorders and anemia.

Source:緑野 TOPサイト

Fantastic Sunset into the Sea of Japan

The sunset at Kaiki Onsen is selected as one of "Japan's top 100 sunsets." During the golden hour, the orange rays shine upon the town and unfold a beautiful view. It is not only the sunset which is beautiful but also the sunrise especially in November and January when the sun rises from the tip of Mt. Daisen, creating a phenomenon called diamond Daisen and a fantastic view.

Source:YouTube

Kaike Onsen Shrine

In Kaike Onsen, there is the Kaike Onsen Shrine standing discreetly in the onsen town and is noticeable by its red tori (gate). Kaike Onsen's name means "everybody lives," and therefore, it is known to be the deity of longevity and that by offering a prayer one will be able to live a long life. Apart from that, it is also known for its blessings for family relationships, good health and finding a partner, so why not stop by during your trip?

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