Swaying in the construction promotion or discontinuation of the Hatfield Dam. Kawahara-Yu Onsen in Gunma Prefecture However, it seems that the relocation of the building is steadily progressing now, and the place where the building is removed in the hot spring town becomes only the base is conspicuous still, and a few hot spring facilities continue to operate. There are three outdoor hot springs in Kawahara-yu Onsen: Wang Yu, St. Heaven’s Open-air bath and Sasayu. When I visited last time, it was not possible to enter only the Holy Heaven-like open-air bath, so I decided to visit this time. The entrance of St. Heaven’s Open-air bath is going to go up the narrow slope of the inn side which went out of business, but it might be difficult to understand even if there is a signboard. There is a fence of the iron bars on the way, but it is possible to enter as it is if the key is not hung though it is a little scared. And there is a simple dressing room and a bathtub in the place where it climbs up the slope and there is a wall in three directions though there is a roof, and there is no wall on the bathtub side an open book. This facility is mixed bathing. It would be a pretty tough situation for a woman to enter. In the narrow bathtub, the source of the piping hot is poured and swept away, but the water has been made by the hose because it is too hot as it is. You can say it’s a source sink. The water temperature is suitable for the water because of the hydrolysis, and the white Yunohana is slightly cloudy.
And, the characteristic burnt sulfur smell comes out in the Kawahara hot spring. This fragrance is not a very good fragrance because it smells like the rubber is burnt, but I insist on the hot spring likeness and a sense of the other some burnt sulfur and salty taste and individuality is enough Because this bathing is early in the morning of the weekday, I was able to monopolize this hot water, but the view is in the forest, but it is the best feeling to soak in the water quietly, but in fact, I was introduced that there are three outdoor hot springs in the Kawahara hot spring at the beginning, One of them was closed on October 7, last year. Perhaps the closure of the St. Heavenly Open-air bath is not a distant story. It’s unfortunate that there is no way to lose a facility with this kind of atmosphere.
Original article source:https://blog.goo.ne.jp/toshibo1977/e/e8a98b934593caf5365f8076c5120665
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