Jurakuso Toyota City Hot Spring Recreational Facility for the Elderly
The hot spring at Jurakuso is one of only a few natural radon hot springs in Japan.
The water will moisturize your skin, while the radon contained in it will boost your immune system.
The facility’s name says “for the elderly,” but guests of any age are welcome.
Come visit Jurakuso to feel the rural, at-home atmosphere and take a dip in one of the best hot springs around.
There's also a complete souvenir area selling Obara eggs, local fresh vegetables, and more
722 Higashida, Hirahata-cho, Toyota-City
|Cost||1 Stay w/ 2 Meals (Price for 2 Guests, tax included) from 6,550 yen to 9,450 yen per Guest
*: Pricing variation due to Meal Menu choice.
*: Elderly citizens of Toyota-City eligible to 1,200 yen discount (also applicable to Elementary and Junior High School students).
|Total rooms||12 Rooms|
|Cost per guest||From 6,550 yen to 9,450 yen|
|Check-in/Check-out||16:00 / 10:00|
|Parking||40 Passenger cars|
|Banquet hall||Ohiroma Hall 60 tatami, Chuhiroma Hall 27 tatami, 2 Koshitsu Rooms 12 tatami|
|Meeting room||Cap. 55 Guests|
|Restaurant||Kissa Cafeteria Corner|
|Souvenir shop||1F Lobby|
|Other facilities||Mahjong Room, Go and Sogi sets, Mini-Mallet game (all borrowed free of charge)|
|Foreign Language Support||"We'll Do Our Best To Support"|
|Directions by public transportation||From Toyotashi Station of the Meitetsu Mikawa Line, take the Oiden Bus bound for Odo, get off at Hirahataguchi and walk 1.3 km.|
|Directions by car||• Approx. 30 min. from Shidare I.C. of the Sanage Green Road, or;
• Approx. 30 min. from Toyota-Kanpachi I.C. of the Tokai Loop Expressway.
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