Inamuragasaki Hot Spring

Inamuragasaki Hot Spring

The “Inamuragasaki Hot Springs” are located in a convenient location, a one minute walk from the sea, and is the only natural hot spring in Kamakura. There is an outdoor bath where you can look at the starry sky while feeling the sea breeze, and its recommend to those who want to relax. The spring water quality is a bicarbonate salt spring composed of organic components of pine called Mall Fountain. The spring has a high moisturizing effect and is popular because the hot water helps produce beautiful skin.

Inamuragasaki Hot Spring
ADDRESS 1-16-13 Inamuragasaki, Kamakura-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture
TEL 0467-22-7199 

9:00-21:00 (the last admission 20:00)


No holiday


1,400 yen
※There is possible to charge an extra fee in the peak season.
※Entrance is restricted to those above 18.


3 minute walk from Enoden「Inamuragasaki」 station. By car : about 20 km from 「Totsu Tollgate」on Yokohama New Road, close to 「Inamuragasaki Kouen-mae」.


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