Offering slightly more modern facilities, the Soyu was rebuilt in 2008 and has multiple baths to soak in.
A far more contemporary design, these baths are airy and light, with a variety of pools to try. With washing spaces, traditional wooden interiors and widows to nature, it’s a more regular experience than the nearby Ko-Soyu. With a shop at the front, you can purchase souvenirs and sweets or a towel if you’ve not brought your own.
Middle School students: ¥130
Elementary School students: ¥50
- 3.6 km from Kagaonsen Station
- 4.4 km from Daishōji Station