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Day-trip Bathing
Day-trip Bathing

A natural hot spring with a view of the Susobana Ravine that sits below the Oku-Susobana Gorge, counted among the 100 Landscapes of Japan.
Refresh your body and mind in this hot spring fed by vast amounts of water welling up naturally.
The sides of the men’s and women’s baths change according to the day of the week (Shiraiwa Bath and Ryusen Bath).

Hours

●2nd Floor Scenic View Restaurant Hyakkei
Hours: 11:00–20:30 (Last order 20:00)
Serving set meals, noodles, side dishes, alcoholic beverages, and more

●2nd Floor Resting/Sleeping Space Yuagaritei
Hours: 10:00–22:00
A free rest area that also has a smoking room

●1st Floor Light Meals, Drinks, and Bakery Tsumashina Cafe
Hours: 7:00–22:00
Baked fresh every morning. Grab a meal and souvenirs.

Ideal for:
  • ・Office workers on their way home
    Open until 11:00 p.m. on weekdays. Why not unwind at Uruoikan after a tiring workday? We also recommend our reservation-only body care massage.
  • ・Those who like hot springs
    Many people have expressed their fondness for this hot spring where you can enjoy vast quantities of hot water welling up naturally.
  • ・Families
    Events for children are periodically held on Saturdays and Sundays. The restaurant, cafe, rest area, private bath, and other facilities offer perks that the whole family will enjoy.
  • ・Women
    After refreshing your mind and body in the hot spring baths, further restore yourself with our body care massage, akasuri (body scrub), or spa treatment.

Hot Spring Baths

Shiraiwa Bath (1F)
The bath on the left once you pass through the front area. Only this bath has the popular waterfall jets! The large 22-meter outdoor bath gives you gorgeous scenery in the afternoon and a calm, relaxed atmosphere in the evening.
The saunas are a mist sauna and a high-temperature Finnish sauna.
Men’s Tue / Thu / Sat / 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sun
Women’s Mon / Wed / Fri / 2nd and 4th Sun
Ryusen Bath (1F)
The bath on the right once you pass through the front area.
The large 18-meter outdoor bath gives you gorgeous scenery in the afternoon and a calm, relaxed atmosphere in the evening.
The saunas are a high-temperature sauna and a hot-stone sauna (separate fee).
Men’s Mon / Wed / Fri / 2nd and 4th Sun
Women’s Tue / Thu / Sat / 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sun
Private Bath (1F)
* Reservation only (60 min / 90 min) separate fee
The bathtub’s surface is even with the floor.
Even those who are unsteady on their feet can use this bath.
Private Bath (3F)
* Reservation only (60 min / 90 min) separate fee
Although it has a slightly raised surface, it is still accessible.
It is possible to see some of the outer garden, so people also bring their families.
Foot Hot Spring
Located on the south side of the building along the river, this foot bath is free.
Listen to the sound of the Susobana River as it flows by.
Enjoy the rejuvenating sunlight and a nice breeze.
Hours
Open from 10:00 a.m. until sunset
Closed Dec. through Mar.

Rates

  
Services   Prices Things to Note
Day-trip Bathing
10:00–23:00
Adult Weekdays
¥670
Weekends & holidays / select periods
¥720
* Weekends & holidays / select days/periods
・Around New Year’s Day: Dec. 30 – Jan. 3
・Golden Week: Apr. 29 – May 6
・Obon: Aug. 13–15
Student discount ¥510 Applies to high school, technical/vocational school, short-term college, and university students. Please show student ID at the front desk before making a purchase.
Junior high school student ¥510  
Elementary school student ¥200  
Preschool age and younger ¥100  
Morning bathing
6:00–9:00
  Weekdays
¥460
Weekends & holidays / select periods
¥510
* Weekends & holidays / select days/periods
・Around New Year’s Day: Dec. 30 – Jan. 3
・Golden Week: Apr. 29 – May 6
・Obon: Aug. 13–15
Weeknights
From 21:00
*Excluding weekends & holidays / select periods
  ¥510 * Weekends & holidays / select days/periods
・Around New Year’s Day: Dec. 30 – Jan. 3
・Golden Week: Apr. 29 – May 6
・Obon: Aug. 13–15
Other Hot-stone Sauna ¥400 Rental gown, floor towel, and face towel for the pillow are included
Rental towel set ¥310 A set of bath and face towels
Towel for purchase ¥260 A face towel with the Uruoikan logo
Private bath ¥1,500/60min Requires a separate entry tax

*Please use the separate coin lockers for shoes and valuables (¥100, refundable).
*Persons prohibited from entering/bathing:
  ・Persons with tattoos
  ・Organized crime members
  ・Persons who are intoxicated

Hot Spring Composition, Contraindications (ailments that you should not enter the hot spring with), Ailments Benefiting from the Hot Spring, and Remarks and Warnings about Bathing

Composition

Source Name Susobanakyo Hot Spring
Spring Location 785-2 Maeoki, Minami Nagano, Nagano
Water Quality Sodium Chloride Hot Spring (medium to high-temperature hot spring)
Hot Spring Analysis Date November 20, 2000
Analyst Yoshifusa Kudo, Nagano Pharmaceutical Association Chairman

Contraindications & Ailments Benefiting from Hot Springs

Contraindications General Hot Spring Contraindications
Bathing: Acute ailments (especially with a fever), active tuberculosis, malignant tumors, severe heart disease, respiratory failure, renal failure, hemorrhaging, severe anemia, other ailments currently being treated, and pregnancy (especially first and last terms)
Drinking: None
Sodium Chloride Hot Spring Contraindications
Bathing: None
Drinking: Kidney trouble, high blood pressure, swelling, and hyperthyroidism
Benefiting from Hot Springs General Ailments Benefiting from Hot Springs
Bathing: Neuralgia, soreness, joint pain, frozen shoulder, numbness, stiffness, bruising, sprains, chronic gastrointestinal disorders, hemorrhoids, sensitivity to cold, illness recovery, fatigue, and general wellbeing
Drinking: None
Ailments Benefiting from Sodium Chloride Hot Springs
Bathing: Cuts, burns, chronic skin disorders, sickliness in children, and gynecological disorders
Drinking: Chronic gastrointestinal disorders, persistent constipation
Contraindications & Ailments Benefiting from Hot Springs
Approved Date
March 22, 2002
Approved by Dr. Nakako Nishii, Head of the Nagano City Health Center