Spa

Shiosai no yu

Surrender yourself to the gentle natural hot spring of Matsushima.
The aroma of the salt relieves the weariness.
Also called the(Water of Beauty)

Shiosai no yu

Shiosai no Yu, where you can feel the ocean breeze that blows through the islands

A hot spring journey around Amakusa, a hot spring town where you will find repose for body and soul, and picturesque landscapes, as vapor steams up into the air of Amakusa Matsushima, 19 islands dotted between Ueshima and Oyano Islands.

The Amakusa Matsushima is one of the three major pine-clad islands of Japan along with Miyagi Prefecture's Matsushima and the Kujuku Islands in Sasebo, and it offers a picturesque landscape comprising the deep blue East China Sea and the small islands rich in untouched nature. The majestic sunset that dyes the sky orange is an overwhelming sight to see.

Shiosai no yu
Shiosai no yu

The surrounding area is also popular as a perfect driving area, with the Amakusa Pearl Line (National Route 266) selected as one of the best 100 roads in Japan, and the Amakusa five bridges connecting the islands.

Because the area is blessed with ocean nature, you can enjoy marine activities like swimming and wakeboarding at the beach, leisure pursuits like cruising and dolphin watching, or have a round of golf on a course with a comfortable ocean breeze. After all this active leisure, you'll want to freshen up and unwind in a hot spring by the seaside.

【Spring quality】 Sodium-chloride spring
【Beneficial effects】 Neuralgia, fatigue recovery, chronic digestive disease

Opening hours
1 building (one each for men and ladies) 6:00 to 24:00

Private Family Bath

A moment when you can be yourself

Select your preferred bath from Aka no Yunagi and Kuro no Nampu stone baths, and the ama diver hut-style Minaru no Yu.
Aka no Yunagi and Kuro no Nampu are equipped with diaper changing tables for babies.

Opening hours
3 buildings 6:00 to 24:00 (Reservation required. Bathing time: 50 minutes)
Stone Baths Aka no Yunagi Kuro no Nanpu
  • Stone Baths
  • Stone Baths
Wooden tub Minaru no yu
  • Wooden tub
  • Wooden tub

It's been 11 years since the opening of this private bath themed on an ama diver hut. The bath room is decorated with old paddles, octopus traps, glass buoy lights, and the bathtub is a larger version of the tub ama divers use to put their catch in, and accommodates four adults.
The name Minaru no Yu literally means "a bath that bears fruits", and it was named with a wish that the guests who use this private bath will enjoy fruitful lives. We hope to see many people enjoy it.