[Ibusuki City] HealthyLand "Tamatebako" Outdoor Hot Springs 【いぶすきし】へるしーらんどろてんぶろ「たまてばこおんせん」

An elegant open-air bath where you can become one with the magnificent scenery

Temporarily closed due to construction: June 2023 to April 2025.

The Healthy Land Onsen Hoyokan and the Healthy Land open-air bath “Tamatebako
Onsen” will be closed from June 1, 2024 (Sat.) to the end of April 2025
(tentative) due to large-scale renovation work.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and ask for your understanding
and cooperation.

For inquiries, please contact
Healthy Land Onsen Hoyokan TEL: 0993-27-6966

HealthyLand "Tamatebako" Outdoor Hot Springs in Ibusuki City is about 1 hour and 30 minutes by car from Kagoshima-Chuo Station.

It is recommended to use the open-air bath with a spectacular view, which has been voted the best in Japan by one of the world's largest review sites! With a view of the beautiful Mount Kaimon, known as the Mount Fuji of Satsuma, and the vast ocean, this open-air bath offers an experience that will make you feel as one with the magnificent scenery. A sand bath, heated swimming pool and indoor bath are also near the facility.

There are Japanese-style and Western-style open-air baths, which are alternatively open for use by men or women on odd and even numbered days. 
Japanese-style open-air bath (Mount Kaimon side) - odd numbered days: women, even numbered days: men
Western-style open-air bath (Takeyama side) - odd numbered days: men, even numbered days: women

Nature Hot springs, relaxing facilities

Flower Park Kagoshima (Ibusuki City)

Japan's largest flower park where you can enjoy subtropical and temperate plants.

Ryugu Jinja Shrine (Ibusuki City)

This is a popular spot believed to be beneficial for finding love and matchmaking, associated with the Japanese legend of the Palace of the Dragon King.

Cape Nagasakibana (Ibusuki City)

This is the southernmost cape of the Satsuma Peninsula. The view of Mount Kaimon across the sea is beautiful, and on a clear day you can even see Yakushima and Iwo Jima.

Nishi-Oyama Station (Ibusuki City)

Nishi-Oyama Station is the southernmost station on the JR line in Japan. Why don't you send a letter or postcard with your thoughts to someone special from the lucky "yellow postbox" in front of the station?

Basic Information

Address 891-0511 鹿児島県指宿市山川福元3292
Season All year round
Telephone Number 0993-35-3577


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