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should be good when it's sunny

Few minutes walk from Obama Bus Stop. By the way two Obama exists i.e. one in Fukui and one in... read more

Reviewed 27 December 2016
Keizo
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Kawasaki, Japan
Longest foot bath in Japan and it's free of charge

Good hot springs and nice view by ocean, especially sunset in Tachibana gulf. You can enjoy as... read more

Reviewed 18 October 2015
rena_fr
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Tokyo
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9 Jun 2017
“Nice but way too hot for me...”
26 Dec 2016
“should be good when it's sunny”
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Reviewed 9 June 2017 via mobile

Right in front of my hotel. Took a quick dip but man... it was burning hot. Could probably make a half boil egg too. I didn't last 5 secs.... and I am used to hot spring but still, this is tooo hot....

Thank Nicholas Y
Reviewed 27 December 2016

Few minutes walk from Obama Bus Stop. By the way two Obama exists i.e. one in Fukui and one in Nagasaki Prefecture having the same name of an american president. I saw Mr. Obama's figure welcoming tourists at the entrance of Obama Tourist Information in...More

Thank Keizo
Reviewed 6 October 2016 via mobile

Remember to bring a small towel if you come to try this free hot spring. You can soak your legs for as long as you wish. Look out at the ocean. It's so good. Buy a sweet potato and get them steamed by the onsen...More

Thank ChungkaiSin
Reviewed 31 July 2016

Appropriate for the whole family. A 36C degree day but still a welcome and relaxing time. Conveniently located.

Thank Anthony L
Reviewed 21 May 2016 via mobile

If you've been walking around all day and have tired feet then this is a great place to sit and relax with your feet in the warm onsen water. It's possible to vary the temperature by moving closer to or further away from the source...More

Thank Old_Hairy_Bear
Reviewed 2 March 2016

It is close to where we stay, I can see it from my room. It is the number 1 foot hot spring in Japan in terms of the length. It is free. You can choose the temperature of the water by choosing where you sit....More

Thank karenjojo
Reviewed 11 February 2016

Most are stream in Japan are hot water, but hot enough for you put your legs into the water, you feeling no noeed to go anywhere. Just want to staying Japan. Dont for get go to Hot Foot 105.

Thank Wakatipu0101
Reviewed 24 November 2015

Hot foot path at Obama town was interesting. Bring mini towel, wear easy to take off shoe to enjoy the foot path. There is a section for pets too towards one end of the path. Nearby there is natural volcanic steam stove with some guidelines...More

Thank SmileyPic
Reviewed 18 October 2015

Good hot springs and nice view by ocean, especially sunset in Tachibana gulf. You can enjoy as much as you want as it's free! There is a steam pot services just next, but I did not try it. I think I would try it next...More

Thank rena_fr
Reviewed 17 June 2015

Obama itself is a quaint Onsen town. One of its main attractions is the 105 m-long onsen foot bath. It's a very relaxing way to spend an evening in the town. The surrounding scenery is quite attractive, it's situated near the shore and has a...More

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