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Arima Onsen

828 Arimacho, Kita-ku, Kobe 651-1401, Hyogo Prefecture
+81 78-903-5631
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Private Day Trip to the Kobe Mountains, Gardens and Hot Springs from Osaka
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“hot springs” (23 reviews)
“small town” (10 reviews)
“onsen town” (7 reviews)
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828 Arimacho, Kita-ku, Kobe 651-1401, Hyogo Prefecture
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+81 78-903-5631

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

loved arima. its a small village with small streets. very quaint, good for a day trip or 1 night stay. lots of information available about this town so its easy to go around.

Thank junjin
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

車で行きました。駐車場は1時間300円です。有馬温泉の中は結構道も狭かったです。Uターンするのも場所をさがさないといけなかったです。すぐ近くに神戸電鉄の有馬温泉駅があるので電車でもいいかも。どちらでも、神戸や大阪から行きやすいところだと思います。 有馬温泉は金泉といって、赤褐色色のお湯と、ラジウムが成分の透明な色の銀泉の2種類のお湯で有名です。ホテルに泊まるのもいいけど、日帰りで温泉を楽しむこともできます。ホテルの日帰り温泉パックみたいなのもありますが、金の湯、銀の湯、という、普通のお風呂屋さんみたいなのもあり、手軽に温泉が楽しめます。金の湯も銀の湯も普通に洗い場と浴槽があるだけ、ですが。金の湯は650円、銀の湯は550円、両方のセット券は850円です。金の湯はほんとに温泉街の真ん中にあり、便利です。銀の湯はすこし坂を上ったところにあります。 時間的に1つしか無理だったので、金の湯に行きました。 お湯が赤褐色なので、タオルに色がつきますが、シャワーをちゃんとあびたら大丈夫でした。朝8時オープン、だったので9時前にいきましたが、地元のおばちゃんらしき人たちもいて、ゆっくりはいれました。上がるころ、中学生らしき集団がはいってきました。ゆっくりはいるなら、朝のうちがいいかもしれませんね。リンスインシャンプー、ボディソープはあります。ドライヤーも心配だったのでもっていきましたが、6つありました。 タオルも売ってはいるようですが、みなさん、マイタオル持参でしたよ。 金の湯、お湯はほんとによかったです。上がった直後はほんとに体が真っ赤でした。ロッカーもちゃんと鍵がついたのがあります。 Arima Onsen is located in northern part of Kobe, and you can go there by train or car easily. You can enjoy onsen, hot spring, at hotels here, but you can also enjoy on a day trip. Kin-no-yu, is...More

1  Thank SaoShio
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Arima located on the north side of "Mount Rokko", Kobe is on the South side, is one of the oldest Spa villages in Japan. Even in ancient times Samurai came to Arima to cure their battle injuries.

Thank infoC5879YG
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

its my first time to try the Arima Onsen, very nice experience, Ariama itself is a very picturesque place . loved to go back there

Thank Willy T
Reviewed 18 May 2017

We attended Arima Onsen for a day. It's a treasure and a place you must visit. It's has a number of Onsen you can visit and the entire area is a beautiful place to visit. Arima Onsen was better than we thought it would be....More

Thank Eric S
Reviewed 3 May 2017 via mobile

So we have finally made our trip to Japan.It's been on the cards for over a year and now at last we have set our foot on the 'land of rising sun'.It's an island nation in the Pacific Ocean with dense cities,imperial palaces,mountains,national Parks and...More

Thank piku1980
Reviewed 1 May 2017 via mobile

This place is rather famous for its chemical compound and location. But come on. The cheer amount of visitors and rediculously high prices outright prohibiting you from any enjoyment. I mean prices are beyond unreasonable. Just avoid and spend 2 hours in train to enjoy...More

2  Thank 345mike678
Reviewed 23 April 2017

We stayed at the Arima Onsen Ryuusenkaku - a very traditional Ryoken nestled in the upper reaches of Arima Onsen. A beautiful hotel, with lavish rooms (complete with rice doors), gorgeous views of the surrounding area, and of course the onsens (hot springs). This hotel...More

Thank 64Aviator
Reviewed 18 April 2017

Only a short trip from downtown Kobe by bus, train, or even cable-way, Arima seems like a world away. The town is full of hot spring baths, but only two, Gin no Yu and Kin no Yu, are open to the day visitor not staying...More

2  Thank APM_01
Reviewed 30 March 2017 via mobile

Had a delightful hour soaking in a hot spring terracotta bath this afternoon. A lovely local lady took the time to show me the traditional sequence of washing , soaking , soaping , scrubbing and soaking in a small hot spring . It was a...More

1  Thank Sandy A
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slwh23PJ
I'll be going to Arima Onsen on the 11th April from Osaka. I ve read that there are Hankyu busses from Umeda going there on an hourly basis. Which part of Umeda Hankyu station is the bus stop and do we need to book tickets in advance?
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Response from Drahomíra T | Reviewed this property |
Hello, the transfer was little bit complicated because of our bagagge, we had three suitcases, and buses have not space enough for this. So we decided to také taxi from Portopia hotel dírectly to Arima. And back taxi again... More
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Klauy L
Are there private onsen room? And how much for 2persons?
27 October 2016|
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Response from Kimitaka S | Reviewed this property |
If you stay overnight in a "ryokan", a Japanese styled hotel, there might be a private Onsen bath room. The price depends on hotel, but in general it should be very expensive in Arima. If you can afford, it would be an... More
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Klauy L
Are there private onsen room? And how much for 2persons?
27 October 2016|
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Response from | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, I went on a day trip. Tried just the public onsens. There are several hotels and ryokans around. There might be but I don't know.
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