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The geyser is timed to erupt every hour or so. Check their website to time your visit. It's worth a 30-min drop by. They also have a foot onsen. We were on the way to the waterfalls up the road and this is a nice...More
Just a quick visit to see the spouting onsen geyser. It shoots hot water 30m into the air every hour or so. Adequate car parking and a couple of shops selling gifts etc. It's an unusual sight and be careful as you can get wet...More
We arrived to visit but found it closed without any mention on their website. Very annoying that the website contains no mention of closing days for the year ahead. My 5 year old was disappointed. Common curtsey to let people know when you're going to...More
Enjoy buying fresh eggs, putting the eggs in a basket and hard boiling in natural boiling onsen water. While your eggs are cooking, enjoy ashi-yu, foot onsen. A unique place that is special to Shizuoka area and to Japan. Fun experience.
We came to see 2 days in a row and both
Days they should have been open to see a sign that says temporary closed. Allot of customers were stopping and looked upset as well. And explanation would have been good.
The Mine Onsen Daifunto Park is a man-made geiser that goes off reliably every hour. The underground springs were discovered during development of a mine. The park is free to visit and worth a stop to see the geiser go off. When we visited, there...More