Tomisu-no-Sato is the only facility in Japan where visitors can enjoy radon bath therapy in the remains of Tomisu Mine, a gold mine that flourished from the Taisho (1912-1926) to Showa (1926-1989) periods.
Known as "radon bathing" in Europe and Australia, this health treatment involves breathing in radon gas that fills the tunnels here.
After radon bathing in the tunnels, visitors can also enjoy a regular bathing experience with 100% natural water from the valley.
Healthy meals like rice and grated yam sets are also available.
Visitors are invited to a healing experience in this unique space surrounded by the murmuring of the valley streams and the greenery of the mountains.
(Reservations can also be made through the website.)
Coin locker available
Accepts credit cards
- By car: From National Road No. 29 (the Anshi-minami intersection), turn onto Prefectural Road No. 430 and drive north toward Yasutomi Dam and Shikagatsubo (about 8 km). Turn left at the Yasutomi Dam and follow the road for 5 minutes.
- Space for 50 cars
- Business Hours
- 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
- Basic course (available all day): 3,060 yen, First-time trial course (about 1.5 hours): 2,040 yen
Samue (loose traditional clothing) can be rented free of charge. Please bring your own towels.
*Discount tickets are also available.
- None (Closed during New Year's holidays)
- Barrier-Free Information
- No steps at entrance / Wheelchair accessible toilet
- 550-139 Yasutomicho Minago, Himeji, Hyogo 671-2415
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