Manza Onsen

The dreamy, white hot spring, sulfur aroma, and the picturesque setting in Takayama Onsen-Chi (land)

Introduction of Hot Springs (Onsen)

At an elevation of 1800m (5906 feet), Takayama Onsen Land sits in Joshinetsu-Kogen (Plateau) National Park.

Spring with remaining white snow, summer with refreshing, cool breeze, autumn when the grand nature turns red, and winter in the sparkling silver world.

Look up to the sky full of twinkling diamonds, take in one of the best scenic beauty, while stretching in the milky, sulfuric hot water. Treat yourself with one-of-a-kind luxury here to your heart's desire.

Sora-Fuki (Sky Blow), the steam and volcanic gas billowing from the mountain sides, is a must-see.

Effects and characteristics of Hot Springs

Manza Onsen has many source springs, which water has one of the highest sulfur contents in Japan.

At 80℃ (176℉), the hot water gushes out 5,400,000 liters (1,426,530 gal) a day. What a blessing!

The milky-white water is said to be effective for respiratory illness, gastrointestinal diseases, rheumatism, and skin problems.

  • Spring Qualities

    Sulfur hot-spring
  • Efficacy

    Atopic dermatitis Psoriasis vulgaris Epidermoid pyoga Chronic eczema


Access by public transportation.

About 40 min by bus from Manza Kazawa-guchi Train Station

Access by car

About 90 min by car from Usui Karuisawa Interchange

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