Amami Onsen

An excellent, ancient hot spring to experience at the traditional inn registered as a tangible cultural property

Introduction of Hot Springs (Onsen)

Amami Onsen is located in a tasteful place surrounded by mountains in Kawachinagano City in Osaka Prefecture. It is near Kimi Pass, where there are a lot of people visiting Mt. Koya. Its origin was “Gokuraku Yumoro”, which was opened in Nanbokucho Period.
Later, Gokuraku Yumoro went out of use, but then it was reconstructed by relocating “Ohama Shioyu” from Sakai to here.
The construction of the new building was realized by the architect office of Kingo Tatsuno, who also designed the Tokyo Station, and it is registered as a tangible cultural property.
You can enjoy a great view of the extensive Japanese-style garden of about 9900 ㎡ from the elegant building with a hip-and-gable roof in sukiya-style.

Effects and characteristics of Hot Springs

Amami Onsen is a historic hot spring, which has cured and refreshed a lot of people visiting Mt. Koya since Nanbokucho Period. It is a radioactive spring containing a lot of natural radium, and has effects on neuralgia, muscle pain, arthralgia, frozen shoulder and so on.
  • Spring Qualities

    Radiation hot-spring
  • Efficacy

    Rheumatoid arthritis Hyperuricemia (gout) Ankylosing spondylitis

Access

Access by public transportation.

About one-minute walk from Amami station

Access by car

About 50-minute drive from Fujiidera Interchange

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