Popular with the locals because it is the closest hot spring to the town. The onsen is housed in a wooden building (a bit like a farm house) and you can see the rafts of the roof when you bathe. The wall that separates the male and female baths does not reach all the way up to the roof so you can hear the chatter of the opposite side when you’re in the baths. There is one inside and one outside bath, the inside at 41-42°C, the outside bath slightly cooler. You can see the palm trees from over the wall of the open-air bathtub.

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Location
1812-3 Kashitate, Hachijo-machi, Hachijojima, Tokyo 100-1621
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10:00-22:00. Closed on Tuesdays.
Adults ¥300. Children ¥100
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