Outdoor and leisure facilities Get the most out of Shakotan!
Misaki no Yu Shakotan Area map
Summer (Apr. 1 – Oct. 1): 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. (last admission: 8:30 p.m.)
Winter (Nov. 1 – Mar. 31): 11:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. (last admission: 8:00 p.m.)
A hot spring with magnificent views of the Sea of Japan and abundant hot water.
The prime location overlooking Cape Shakotan to the right and Cape Kamui to the left allows visitors to enjoy panoramic views of the area from open-air baths and indoor baths with large windows.
At dusk, when the sky and the sea redden, the scenery here is amazingly beautiful, relieving your mind and body.
Outline of the facility
Summer: Wednesdays (open on national holidays and in July 20th to August 20th)
Winter: Wednesdays and Thursdays (open on national holidays)
Summer: adults (junior high school students and older): 610 yen; children (elementary school students): 310 yen; infants: free
Winter: adults: 610 yen; children: 260 yen; infants: free
Groups (at least 15 people): adults: 510 yen; children: 260 yen
Book of 12 tickets: adults: 6,100 yen; children: 3,100 yen
Book of 6 tickets: adults: 3,400 yen; children: 1,700 yen
Book of 12 tickets for winter (November 1 – March 31): adults: 4,100 yen; children: 1,550 yen
■ Bathing facilities: open-air baths, high-temperature baths, mid-temperature baths, bubble baths, cold water baths, saunas
■ Rest areas: multipurpose assembly halls (No. 1 and No. 2), massage chair area
■ Other facilities: social lounge, snack area, shop, gallery
Efficacy of hot spring
■ Spring quality: sodium hydrogen carbonate spring (neutral hypertonic high-temperature spring)
■ Indications: neuralgia, muscle pain, arthralgia, motor paralysis, bruises, sprains, hemorrhoids, chronic skin diseases, chronic digestive diseases, chronic female disorders, cold constitution, cuts, burns, stiff joints, recovery from illness, health enhancement, physical weakness in children, frozen shoulders, recovery from fatigue.
■ Source: temperature: 52.6℃, 205 L/min.