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It's really just a wading pool of allegedly therapeutic water so it's nothing special. Koreans will definitely be more infatuated by it but they've yet to visit the onsens of Japan, most likely. However, it's a good place to warm one's feet on a cool...More
I travelled here with my wife and it one of the best experiences we had. The weather and the ambience was pleasant. It was right in the middle of the street. It is big enough and doesn't feel crowded. We spent almost 3 hrs enjoying...More
My mom and I went here after going to eat Mexican food in the surrounding area. It was easy to find. There are two hot springs, with different temperatures to soak in. Remove your shoes and place them outside of the wooden deck surrounding each...More
Such a neat place! Went on a weekend in the late afternoon and it was pretty busy but we were able to enjoy our time soaking our feet. There are stations to rinse and dry your feet before and after. Lots of restaurants and cafes...More
I really enjoyed the hot springs. You have to wash your feet first, and then you can dip your feet into a small pool that is about shin-high. You can sit round the edge and it feels great when it's a little cold outside.