From January 11 to 13, 2014, I went on a trip to Izu in two nights and three days with my wife. Originally I was planning to go to the New Year’s holiday, because the free invitation ticket of Izu accommodation (New Year holiday) was hit in the sweepstakes, The first day of the execution was shifted one week AM5: I left home in 30, entered Shizuoka Prefecture by route through the west side of Mt. Fuji (via Route 139), and arrived at Midizu at noon.
After a tour of the Joen waterfall, the old Amagi tunnel, we went out to Higashiizu and took a lunch at the Inatori fishing port (seafood of course) and visited the Atagawa banana crocodile garden so it’s a shame to come to Atagawa and not enter the hot spring, so I decided to stop by the hot spring of the day Spa facility along the coast. Atagawa Onsen is a very large hot spring resort in the Izu Peninsula, and there are a dozen hot springs ryokans and hotels lining the slopes along the sea.
It is quite spectacular that steam is chinoike from the source tower which is here and there in the hot spring Town Atagawa Banana Crocodile Garden also uses hot spring heat to warm the greenhouse etc., and there is a source tower in the park. The Takiso-no-Yu is located by the sea at the north end of the hot spring town, and there is no private parking, but there is a lot of space where you can park your car so there is no problem to park. You pay 600 yen at the reception along the road, and three swimming pools go down the stairs. It seems to be 700 yen in combination with the pool in summer.
After slipping through the side of the pool, there is a high ISO hot water surrounded by concrete walls. There is a several places or open-air bath along the coast of Higashiizu, but it is a place where I wander where I enter, basic mixed bathing, because there is a fence on the sea side because it seems to not see too much sea, It will be here when it comes to be able to see the sea enough to put it most calmly. The hot spring of Takiso is divided well by the man and woman of the bathtub, and there is no wall on the sea side, so it is a wonderful opening feeling to be able to admire the ocean. This day was fine, and I was able to look under the view of Izu Island, including Izu Oshima in the distance, however, Because the bathtub is a little far from the edge of the sea side of the facility, you cannot see the beach in the state of soaking in the hot water. If you get too far to the sea, please note that the facilities are very simple with a dressing room and two showers, and one bathtub. Not to mention shampoo etc., it is a facility only to enjoy a hot spring to the end.
If you want to enjoy the hot springs and the coastal situation, this is enough. Well, the bathtub is a circular rock bath and hot water is poured from the central rock. Of course, the usage of the hot water is poured. The other situation is not understood because there is no posting, but the source temperature is 99.9 °c, so the hydrolysis may be made. The appearance is colorless and transparent, and the taste is thin and salty (sodium chloride sulfate spring).
The smell that was unexpected because it was thought to be more salty because it was by the sea is pleasant feeling that the scent of the Tide (ISO) is felt clearly, and there was a sense of a slight tsursube feeling the feeling that the bath feels like a local hot water Tanaka hot spring Although there was also a surface that was anticlimactic in a plain hot water than I thought, it is a pour sink and the bath feeling is perfect and it hears the sound of the wave even if it says to what, and bathing while looking at the ocean It is special for those who live in the prefecture without the sea there is only one other guest, and it was good to have almost monopolized it, and it was not possible to soak slowly because the wife had been waiting outside this time. Next time, I want to soak up the sea with a view of a bo.
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