Takaiso no Yu

Source:マコーの日記

Takaiso no Yu, an open-air bath, is located in the town of Atagawa along the east coast of Izu Peninsula. The facility is situated along the beach facing the sea of Sagami and equipped with separate changing rooms and bath tubs for men and women. The baths are so close to the ocean that your face may be occasionally doused with sea spray and all you can see in front of you is a vast expanse of ocean. You will be overwhelmed by a sense of openness. The temperature of the hot spring at Atagawa is characteristically high so be sure to take a break on the nearby rock every time your body starts feeling too hot. The swimming pool will also be open during the summer, giving visitors the privilege to enjoy both.

Address
Atagawa, Higashiizu, Kamo-gun, Shizuoka
Contact No.
+81-557-23-1505
Access
A 15-min walk from Izu Atagawa Station on Izu Express Line
Opening Hours / Holidays
Open 9:30-17:00
Closed in bad weather
Official Website
http://www.atagawa.net/main_play.html
Time Required
1 hour
Admission fee
Adults (junior high school and up) 600 yen, Children (4 years old to elementary school) 300 yen. From late July to the end of August, each is 700 yen and 350 yen respectively. All including access to a pool.
Other Information
Usage of soap and shampoo is prohibited in Takaiso no Yu. Visitor to bring his/her own towel and other bath items.

※ 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:温泉ドライブ

An open-air bath for men

The large bath, capable of accommodating more than 30 bathers with nothing to block your view, gives you a sense of complete openness and freedom. You will be convinced that there is no other place you would rather be. Weather permitting, some of the Seven Islands of Izu can be seen in the distance. This well-reputed hot spring is said to be effective for problems with internal organs and skin, neuralgia and rheumatism.  Feel its curative power.

Source:マコーの日記

A highly-private bath for women

An exposed open-bath is not quite a good idea for ladies. Here, at Takaiso no Yu, the women’s bath, unlike men’s, has been carefully designed so there is no visibility from outside. Of course, you still get the same great view of the ocean.

Source:マイ旅しずおか

Summer-only swimming pool

Visitors have access to an adjoining swimming pool from late July to the end of August. This is a great option since it not only has the direct view of the ocean but it is usually less crowded than the nearby public beach. Dipping in the pool followed by a relaxing time in the open-air hot spring bath makes for a luxurious get-away.

Source:望水

Takaiso no Yu

Takaiso no Yu, an open-air bath, is located in the town of Atagawa along the east coast of Izu Peninsula. The facility is situated along the beach facing the sea of Sagami and equipped with separate changing rooms and bath tubs for men and women. The baths are so close to the ocean that your face may be occasionally doused with sea spray and all you can see in front of you is a vast expanse of ocean. You will be overwhelmed by a sense of openness. The temperature of the hot spring at Atagawa is characteristically high so be sure to take a break on the nearby rock every time your body starts feeling too hot. The swimming pool will also be open during the summer, giving visitors the privilege to enjoy both.

※ 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:温泉ドライブ

An open-air bath for men

The large bath, capable of accommodating more than 30 bathers with nothing to block your view, gives you a sense of complete openness and freedom. You will be convinced that there is no other place you would rather be. Weather permitting, some of the Seven Islands of Izu can be seen in the distance. This well-reputed hot spring is said to be effective for problems with internal organs and skin, neuralgia and rheumatism.  Feel its curative power.

Source:マコーの日記

A highly-private bath for women

An exposed open-bath is not quite a good idea for ladies. Here, at Takaiso no Yu, the women’s bath, unlike men’s, has been carefully designed so there is no visibility from outside. Of course, you still get the same great view of the ocean.

Source:マイ旅しずおか

Summer-only swimming pool

Visitors have access to an adjoining swimming pool from late July to the end of August. This is a great option since it not only has the direct view of the ocean but it is usually less crowded than the nearby public beach. Dipping in the pool followed by a relaxing time in the open-air hot spring bath makes for a luxurious get-away.

Source:望水

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