Iwakura Onsen Hot Spring

Travel Guide - Iwakura Onsen Hot Spring

Information

Iwakura Onsen-kyo Hot Spring village is located among the mountains.
It is the only hot spring village in Tokyo, and the source of the hot spring is designated as one of the historic scenes of Ome City.
The Kurosawa-gawa River flowing by the village has a different atmosphere compared to the main stream of the Tama-gawa River.

It is said that Yamato Takeru, a Japanese legendary prince of the Yamato dynasty, bathed in the hot spring to heal the wounds 1,200 years ago, and the hot spring has been known as a good therapeutic bath since then.
Some of the inns in the hot spring village welcomes day-trippers.

Opening Hours

  • Varies according to the shop / facility

Closed

  • Varies according to the shop / facility

Access / Public Transport

  • 25 minutes from Hanno Station on the Seibu Ikebukuro Line (SI26) by the bus bound for Kabe-eki or Higashi Ome-eki. Get off at Iwakura Onsen Bus stop.
  • 30 minutes from JR Ome Station by the bus bound for Hanno-eki, Osoki, or Kaminaruki. Get off at Iwakura OnsenBus stop.

Address / Location

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