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Uramigataki Hot Spring

Nakanogo, Hachijo-machi 100-1623, Tokyo Prefecture
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Lovely place for relax in hot water surrounded by small waterfalls

with a great lush green view, you really feel into the nature here. Go inside with swimmings... read more

Reviewed 22 September 2016
Chic-backpacker
Free, mixed bath with an amazing view

"Uramigataki Onsen" is a free, mixed hot spring where you enter WITH swimwear. The facilities... read more

Reviewed 15 September 2016
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22 Sep 2016
“Lovely place for relax in hot water surrounded by small waterfalls”
15 Sep 2016
“Free, mixed bath with an amazing view”
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Nakanogo, Hachijo-machi 100-1623, Tokyo Prefecture
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Reviewed 22 September 2016

with a great lush green view, you really feel into the nature here. Go inside with swimmings suits, there's 1 locker room for both man and woman but didn't notice any japanese man using the locker room, only girls and foreigner. Leave your shoes at...More

3  Thank Chic-backpacker
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Reviewed 15 September 2016

"Uramigataki Onsen" is a free, mixed hot spring where you enter WITH swimwear. The facilities include a parking lot, a small changing room and two cold showers. Since it's free, there is no staff at the place, neither shampoo or body soap (so bring your...More

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Reviewed 8 July 2016

We went in May and the weather was great. However it was dusk when we went to Uramigataki and the mosquitoes were out feeding. We attract mosquitoes and got bitten so we ended up leaving early. Otherwise it was a nice soak.

2  Thank JollyRyoko
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hixonam
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I think tattoos are not a problem in this particular hot spring, because people get in wearing clothes - which is unusual and there is no staff at all. Other Japanese bathers may notice your tattoo but will rarely say... More
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