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Historical Onsen

Honestly, I am not a big fan of onsen, but this onsen is very historical as well as provides a good... read more

Reviewed 18 November 2017
limreyinfinite
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Tokyo, Japan
Tamatukuri Hot Springs Resort

A short distance away from downtown Matsue (about 25 minutes by car) is an old hot spring resort of... read more

Reviewed 25 October 2016
Chuzaa
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Vancouver, Canada
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Tamatsukuri Tamayucho, Matsue 690-0201, Shimane Prefecture
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Reviewed 31 January 2018 via mobile

Hotel Gyokusen at Tamatsukuri Onsen. They offer free shuttle service to and from Tamatsukuri Onsen JR station. Relaxed well.

Thank PueoKupaa
Reviewed 18 November 2017

Honestly, I am not a big fan of onsen, but this onsen is very historical as well as provides a good walking courses. Therefore I recommend this onsen to the people who are not only interested in Onsen but also interested in the view around...More

Thank limreyinfinite
Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

A quaint onsen town with two shrines and a small onsen street with shops. Plenty of onsen roykans you can choose from! Lots of sakura trees near the "river" in the middle of the street.

Thank fionayyy
Reviewed 11 January 2017

The area around the Tamatsukuri Onsen is full of little spots where you can experience refreshing foot spas as well as various experiences such as feeding Koi carps or passing a little bridge with your loved ones. The Onsen in this area are supposed to...More

Thank Tristan J
Reviewed 25 October 2016

A short distance away from downtown Matsue (about 25 minutes by car) is an old hot spring resort of Tamatukuri along the Tamayu River. Ever since the Heian Period (794 – 1185), the area has been known as one of the best hot spring resorts...More

Thank Chuzaa
Reviewed 3 August 2016 via mobile

we stayed at giokusen hotel which has a very good hot bath area with traditional setting . wooden bath and appliances , very good buffet breakfast with choice of western and japanese food . Few restaurants in the vicinity so you either dine at hotel...More

Thank jcmsak1
Reviewed 21 November 2015

The road leading to the onsen is quite beautiful in a way of rural area. It reminds me of school days. The onsen district comprises many cute statues with bridges. You can take a foot spa on some area along the canal- very romantic at...More

1  Thank Nics V
Reviewed 5 December 2014

hot spring !これまで日本の温泉地をほとんど巡ったが、滑らかさ、お湯の温度、お湯の泉質何を取っても日本で最高の温泉の一つ。I recommend you should go first! Sanin(backside of the mountains)is worth to visit in the winter.you can eat a lot of fresh crabs and fish.Enjoy !

Thank NAKAMURATERUHISA
Reviewed 2 September 2013

very nice place, very nice onsen, and best review of cherry blossom. This is the old onsen of Japan. quite and best time for relax. it's near Izuoshi shrine.It's unseen place of Japan. The price for onsen is lower than other city,

2  Thank mtoom847
Reviewed 19 April 2013

Where staying overnight at one of the ryokan, visiting for a day visit to the onsen or foot baths, or just taking a stroll through Tamatsukuri Onsen district, this place has both a long history and beautiful scenery, making it def worth a visit! I...More

3  Thank B-inMatsue
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