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Nagayu Onsen 長湯温泉

Gozenyu Nagayu Hot Springs Convalescence Culture Center Gozenyu Nagayu Hot Springs Convalescence Culture Center
Gozenyu Nagayu Hot Springs Convalescence Culture Center Gozenyu Nagayu Hot Springs Convalescence Culture Center

Two onsen with a rich history

Located in Taketa City, Nagayu Hot Springs are renowned for their health benefits.

Quick Facts

Gozenyu was set up in Nagayu Onsen in the 17th century under the leadership of the Oka clan, which built an accommodation that incorporates hot springs for the feudal lord

The quality of Nagayu onsen is known for their therapeutic properties for general wellbeing

Nagyu Hot Spring has a cultural exchange with one of Europe's representative health resorts, Bad Krozingen, in Germany

How to Get There

You can access Nagayu Onsen by train.

Oita Station is served by the Kyudai, Hohi, and Nippo Main Lines, offering access to much of Kyushu.

From Oita Station, take the Hohi line to Taketa City, where Nagayu hot springs are located.

Nagayu Hot Springs

Relax in one of Japan's top carbonated hot springs. When you're in the water, your body gets covered in silver-colored foam.

Drinking the spring water is popular, as it is said to be good for the stomach and intestines.

Gozenyu

Gozenyu is still popular today as a symbol of Nagayu Onsen and functions as a center of spa treatment culture. Unwind in the therapeutic hot springs water while listening to the sound of the nearby Serikawa River.

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