5 differently styled baths for basking in the wonders of hot spring water
There are over 200 hot springs in Nachikatsuura releasing 21,000 liters of spring water per minute. Hotel Urashima has 12 independent springs itself that steadily produce an abundant volume of sulfur rich spring water of 50℃.
The spring water flows freely at our large baths for guest to enjoy.
Hotel Urashima has 5 hot springs, each with its own style and features.
In fact, there are too many to try in a day, but guests can leisurely enjoy this proud amenity of ours.
This cave was named by the Kishu Lord Yorimichi Tokugawa because the sight was so beautiful,
it almost made one forget to go home.
It features what no other hot spring cannot: breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean from the ominous setting inside a cave.
* The bath is open alternately between morning and afternoon to men and women.
* Shampoo and rinse are prohibited inside the Bokido bath for the protection of the natural marine environment.
Guest are welcome to use shampoo and rinse at all of the other baths in the hotel. Your cooperation is much appreciated.
Guests soaking in the outdoor bath may be reminded of the nearby Nachi Falls by the murmuring sound of the water running down the natural rock face.
Women will enjoy the reinvigorating and beautifying water as they will emerge feeling like a crinum that blossoms in the salty air of a beach.
The Genbudo bath lets guest experience Mother Nature up-close and direct.
Similarly a cavernous hot spring like the Bokido bath, guests feel as though their soul has been cleansed after bathing in the mystical surroundings shaped by Mother Nature.
Guests listen to the sounds of the waves striking the shore while relaxing in this hot spring.
The water also changes color in line with the weather.
Of the 6 hot spring baths at Hotel Urashima, Isonoyu has many health benefits and is best for therapeutic bathing.
The hot spring is exclusively
for sanjo`s guest's.
From the Yohonoyu bath, guests enjoy a view of the bay and town of Katsuura and Mt. Nachi in the background.
At sunset, it is a great choice for enjoying a hot spring to views of the sun setting over the Kii Mountains and the emerging nightscape of Katsuura.