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To go to Kusatsu Onsen from Hokushin district of Nagano Prefecture, it is the shortest way to cross Shiga Kogen by Shiga-Kusatsu Road (National Route 292), and it can arrive in a little for one hour. However, because it is closed in winter, It is not easy to go to Kusatsu Onsen this year is closed on November 14, so I went to bathing at the last Kusatsu Onsen this year Okina-no-Yu is located at the western end of one of the 18 communal baths in Kusatsu Onsen, Because it is a little off from the main route which connects the hot spring field and the West River beach, tourists do not visit very much, it is a relatively quiet environment the appearance of the building seems to have been recently rebuilt and it is a pretty splendid building in the communal bath of the Kusatsu Onsen. The interior is also wide. There is a square bathtub in the bathroom, and the bathtub is not a concrete bathtub which is common in Kusatsu, but a stone bath that is fitted with stones. The hot water uses the source of Yunbata. It is a slightly cloudy hot water taste is a strong acidity seems to Kusatsu hot spring, there is also a feeling of slimy like the skin melts poured into a large amount of hot water from the faucet, but has been swept away, Since the hot water temperature is in a position slightly away from the hot water field which is easy to enter as the bath of Kusatsu in a somewhat heat degree, the spring quality that the temperature of the source is lowered a little is not particularly excellent, but is quiet, It is a communal bath where the hot water is not high and is soaked slowly. Kusatsu Central parking is also accessible from the hotel at an additional cost, so it is a convenient facility in the Kusatsu communal baths.


To go to Kusatsu Onsen from Hokushin district of Nagano Prefecture, it is the shortest way to cross Shiga Kogen by Shiga-Kusatsu Road (National Route 292), and it can arrive in a little for one hour. However, because it is closed in winter, It is not easy to go to Kusatsu Onsen this year is closed on November 14, so I went to bathing at the last Kusatsu Onsen this year Okina-no-Yu is located at the western end of one of the 18 communal baths in Kusatsu Onsen, Because it is a little off from the main route which connects the hot spring field and the West River beach, tourists do not visit very much, it is a relatively quiet environment the appearance of the building seems to have been recently rebuilt and it is a pretty splendid building in the communal bath of the Kusatsu Onsen. The interior is also wide. There is a square bathtub in the bathroom, and the bathtub is not a concrete bathtub which is common in Kusatsu, but a stone bath that is fitted with stones. The hot water uses the source of Yunbata. It is a slightly cloudy hot water taste is a strong acidity seems to Kusatsu hot spring, there is also a feeling of slimy like the skin melts poured into a large amount of hot water from the faucet, but has been swept away, Since the hot water temperature is in a position slightly away from the hot water field which is easy to enter as the bath of Kusatsu in a somewhat heat degree, the spring quality that the temperature of the source is lowered a little is not particularly excellent, but is quiet, It is a communal bath where the hot water is not high and is soaked slowly. Kusatsu Central parking is also accessible from the hotel at an additional cost, so it is a convenient facility in the Kusatsu communal baths.

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