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Onsen Is Famous for Having Fresh Hot Springs Direct from Source and Strange Half Mixed Bathing Indoor Bath -Raiden Onsen Miuraya Ryokan in Iwanai-

March 10th, 2016

Miuraya Ryokan

Raiden Onsen (雷電温泉) is in Iwanai town located in the southwestern part of Otaru city, and only Miuraya Ryokan (三浦屋旅館) open a business. An entrance fee to a bath facility is JPY 500. A kind old couple runs it. Raiden Onsen is cool name. Raiden Onsen opened hot springs in 1963, and it seemed to be popular very much in old days, unfortunately ruins has been outstanding in the hot-spring resort. But, a view is very good.

I Look at Shakotan Peninsula
Raiden Onsen Miuraya Ryokan in Iwanai
Entrance
Raiden Onsen Miuraya Ryokan in Iwanai
Entrance of Bathhouse
Raiden Onsen Miuraya Ryokan in Iwanai

When I read Tweets, Miuraya Ryokan seems to be popular.

Miuraya Ryokan is built on a hill and there is Raiden Observatory near a building. This ryokan is popular as Shibui Onsen Ryokan. There are 1 half mixed bathing indoor bath and 1 mixed bathing open-air bath at bathhouses. The U-shaped bathhouses are small but cozy with the half mixed bathing indoor bath, and sex segregates half bathhouse. The indoor bath for men is conected to the bathhouse for women. Each indoor baths are the size that 5 people take a bath. This is known for using fresh hot springs without heating or cooling direct from the source, and it may be said that they are particular about the quality of the hot springs. The hot springs that flew from a pipe with burbling left an impression on my mind. Black calcareous sinter danced underwater. It is so good.

Bathhouse
Raiden Onsen Miuraya Ryokan in Iwanai
View from Indoor Bath
Raiden Onsen Miuraya Ryokan in Iwanai
Indoor Bath for Men Is Connected to Indoor Bath for Women
Raiden Onsen Miuraya Ryokan in Iwanai
Hot Springs Are Clear and Colorless
Raiden Onsen Miuraya Ryokan in Iwanai
Sea of Japan from Bathhouse
Raiden Onsen Miuraya Ryokan in Iwanai
Hot Springs Flow from Pipe with Burbling
Raiden Onsen Miuraya Ryokan in Iwanai

The open-air bath is not used in a winter. In addition, the hot springs were happened to be lukewarm for some reason when I took a bath. But I enjoyed the high quality hot springs fully. By the way, a shower is not provided, and I poured the hot springs on myself from the indoor bath with a washbowl because hot water would not come out of a faucet. The hot springs are sodium sulfate spring, and are clear and colorless and have tastless and slightly sulfur smell. The sum total of the hot spring ingredients are 1.630 g. Shampoos and body soaps are provided at the bathhouse. Because there is not a restroom at the dressing room, You should get a wash beforehand at the restroom along a corridor. A staying is possible, too.

Mixed Bathing Open-air Bath
Raiden Onsen Miuraya Ryokan in Iwanai
View from Mixed Bathing Open-air Bath
Raiden Onsen Miuraya Ryokan in Iwanai
Dressing Room
Raiden Onsen Miuraya Ryokan in Iwanai
Resting Place
Raiden Onsen Miuraya Ryokan in Iwanai

Atmosphere of Miuraya Ryokan Can Be Watched on Youtube

Movie of Miuraya Ryokan

Types of Hot Springs Sodium sulfate spring (Type: Neutral, Osmotic Pressure: Low, Spring Temperature Type: Extra hot spring)
Water temperature of Hot Spring Source 53.6 C
ph 7.4
Indications -
Contraindications Acute disease(when there is the heat in particular), Active tuberculosis, Malignant tumor, Severe heart disease, Respiratory failure, Renal insufficiency, Hemorrhagic disease, High anemia, Other diseases during condition of a patient progress generally
Indications of drinking Not drinking
Facilities Mixed bathing open-air bath(1), Half mixed bathing indoor bath(1).
Entrance fee to the bath facility Adult: JPY 500. Elementary school student: JPY 250.
Business hours 12:00-21:00
Regular closing day Irregular closing day
Parking lot A free parking lot is provided (4 cars)
Telephone number +81-135-62-1480
Home page Home page is here
Mapcode 730 649 321*64

List of Accommodations

Refer to following websites for the accommodations in Raiden Onsen.

Miuraya Ryokan(三浦屋旅館)      

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