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Kanzanji Onsen

Kanzanji Onsen

Kanzanji Onsen on the eastern side of the lake dates from 1958 when a hot spring was discovered and drilled out. A number of hotels and traditional Japanese inn (ryokan) were subsequently built with extensive baths utilizing the hot water and with beautiful views over Lake Hamanako. These hotels and ryokan include the Sago Royal Hotel close to Kanzanji Temple, Ryokan Nakaya, Hamanako Grand Hotel Sazanamikan, the traditional Kaikakutei with outdoor and indoor baths, as well as the more budget Matsuichi and Naito. Both are Japanese- style with tatami-floored rooms. The large bath complex Hanasaki no Yu, part of the Hotel Wellseason Hamanako, has three baths, a buffet restaurant, relaxation areas and a massage center. Most of the onsen in Kanzanji are open to day visitors as well as guests staying at their respective hotels and ryokan.