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[Ieyasu no Yu]

Warm up and enjoy a relaxing timeout at a public footbath in front of Atami Station

In the Edo period, many feudal lords would visit Atami for some hot-spring healing. One such personage who loved Atami's hot springs was none other than the Shogun himself, Lord Tokugawa Ieyasu. He is said to have taken two of his children along on a visit to Atami in March 1604. Located in front of Atami Station, Ieyasu no Yu is a public footbath filled with natural hot spring water (with additional water). It was created as a commemorative project to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Tokugawa Ieyasu's visit to Atami. Anyone can just go ahead and enjoy a quick soak while waiting for the train, or just to take a break. The bottom of the bathtub is covered with pebbles, giving your feet a comfortable massage when you walk on them.
Posted photos Main How about a nice soak in Atami's historic hot springs, loved by Lord Ieyasu himself?
Upper: With its convenient location in front of Atami Station, many tourists stop by the footbath. Bottom: No towel? Never mind, just buy one from the vending machine (100 yen each).
Spring quality Sodium-calcium chloride-sulfate
Address Taharahon-cho 11-1, Atami City, Shizuoka
Phone Atami City Park and Green Spaces Division
+81-557-86-6218 (Japanese only)
Opening hours 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Holidays * There may be holidays due to maintenance, inspection, etc. Please inquire for details.
Admission fee Free
Access Approx. 1-minute walk from "Atami Station" of JR Tokaido Shinkansen.
URL Atami City Tourism Association

updated on Oct 1, 2019

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