It was named "GANIBA" so that a lot of crabs lived near by. There is an outdoor bath in the virgin forest where was approximately 50m distant. You can enjoy a hot spring while feeling the change of the season.
MOVIE - AKITA'S ONSEN PARADISE
About a hot spring
|Bathing charges||600 yen|
|Nature||A sodium bicarbonate carbonic acid hydrogen spring|
|Effect||Diabetes, dermatopathia et al.|
|Day's bathing||9:00 - 17:00|
Winter season suspension of business
|Lodging charges||9,870 yen - 14,190 yen|
Consumption tax / bathing tax is included.
Japanese-style room : 17
Ganiba gets its name from the many crabs (in Japanese, kani or gani) that can be seen in the river next to the open-air baths.
The ryokan, which has been open since 1846, has two kinds of spring sources.
But before you walk into Ganiba Onsen, the mini-torii shrine at the entrance of the beautifully designed space may first catch your eye.
The shrine has long been a place where local people go to pray and thank the gods for the natural gifts from the surrounding land: food, wood, and bountiful hot spring water.
Tazawako tazawa aza sendatsuzawa kokuyurin, Senboku-City, Akita, Japan.