Shodoshima Onsen

The island of olives in charming Seto that heals your soul

Introduction of Hot Springs (Onsen)

"The Beauty of Many Islands" describes the Seto Inland Sea, where the island of olives, Shodo-Shima, floats. It's also known as the location for the movie Twenty Four Eyes.

From any of the hot springs scattered on the island, you can savor the charm of Seto - the calm blue sea spreading before your eyes, boats weaving through the islands with white trails, and the burning red sunset over the sea.

Soaking in hot water while gazing at the Seto Inland Sea will let you forget the daily hassles and restore your soul.

Effects and characteristics of Hot Springs

Hot springs on Shodo-Shima have different water qualities.

Sun Olive Onsen is a simple low-radioactive spring, effective for arthritis, sore muscles, and stiff shoulders.

Olive Onsen is chloride spring, boasting the calcium content among the highest in the nation, great for high blood pressure, hardened artery, stroke, and so on.

Olivian-no-Yu is a simple alkaline spring, good for arthritis, sore muscles, etc., and also praised as Beauty Hot Water with its supurb moisturizing effect.

You may want to visit Shio-no-Yu (Salty Hot Water) or Yoshida Onsen.
  • Spring Qualities

    Standard hot-spring Chloride hot-spring
  • Efficacy

    Coldness Peripheral circulation disorder Autonomic instability Depression Insomnia Cuts Skin dryness

Access

Access by public transportation.

About 10 min walk from Takamatsu Station to Takamatsu Bay.
60 min by ferry from Takamatsu Bay or 35 min by high-speed boat.
5min by bus from Dosho Bay to Olive Onsen.

Access by car

About 30 min by car from Takamatsu-Chuo Interchange or Takamatsu-Nishi Interchange
60 min by ferry from Takamatsu Bay
5 min by car from Dosho Bay to Olive Onsen

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