Sawada Park Open-air Bath

Sightseeing information about Sawada Park Open-air Bath in Japan.

Sawada Park Open-air Bath (Sawada Koen Rotenburo)2.7

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A day spa facility located in Sawada Park at Dogashima Onsen Hot Spring in Nishiizu-cho, Shizuoka Prefecture, is one of the best open-air baths in the Nishi Izu (Western Izu) area. There is only a small hut with two undressing rooms (one each for male and female) on the edge of the cliff and the open-air baths are located right ahead of it, looking down large waves striking just below. The bathtubs are rather small but soaking in them while watching the rough sea and the sunset below is outstanding. The temperature of the water is hot but you would find it comfortable in the windy location. Closes on Tuesdays. (Japanese)

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5.0a year ago

Open air Onsen with spectacle view!
seeing sunset with naked is pretty cool and set my mind very refreshed.
I visited there in summer but I will be worth to visit there. Water temperature is pretty hot.

5.0a year ago

Very beautiful seaside park, someone fishing on a cliff, like a movie. The unlucky thing was the open air bath was closed and only can look outside.

5.0a year ago

Wanna go

4.0a week ago

The Sawada Park open-air bath, where you can enjoy the sunset over the horizon of Nishiizu while soaking in the hot springs, is in an excellent location overlooking Suruga Bay near the Nishina fishing port.
You can enjoy a wonderful ocean view for both men and women, and spend your own special time as the color changes from madder red to deep navy blue.
By the way, the bathing fee is 600 yen for adults and 200 yen for children.
March-May 9: 00-19: 00
June-August 9: 00-20: 00
September 9: 00-19: 00
October-February 9:00 to 18:00
Regular holiday Tuesday (open on public holidays)

Please think that you have been deceived and go.
I will not betray the splendor.

4.04 weeks ago

A hot spring facility in Sawada Park near Dogashima. It's a simple hot spring with only a small dressing room and an open-air bath that can be filled with 4 people, but the sea side is very open and it feels great. It was a bath that I wanted to take in for a long time.
I went there on weekdays so it wasn't crowded, but if it was crowded on holidays it might be hard to get in.
The parking lot is equipped with a large parking lot.

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