Matsue Shinji-ko Onsen Hot Spring

Travel Guide - Matsue Shinji-ko Onsen Hot Spring


The source of the Matsue Shinji-ko hot spring lies some 1,250 meters below ground, and the temperature of the water at its source exceeds 77 degrees Celsius.

The spring water is rich in sulphate and chlorate, and it is thought to relieve neuralgia, rheumatism, and other ailments.

Visitors can soak travel-worn feet in the soothing waters of the natural hot spring found in front of Matsue Shinjiko Onsen Station.

This station and free "Ashiyu (foot spa)" are located at the entrance to the Matsue Shinji-ko Onsen district, which has plenty of lodging available to visitors.

Opening Hours

  • Varies according to the shop / facility


  • Varies according to the shop / facility

Access / Public Transport

  • 20 minutes from JR Matsue Station by Matsue City Bus Northern Outer Loop.Get off at Matsue Shinjiko Onsen Bus stop.
  • Short walk from Matsue Shinjiko-Onsen Station on the Kita-Matsue Line

Address / Location

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chrysanthemum @necotarokiku - 2016-04-30
The Matsue center seen from Shinji-ko Lake hot spring.