Okuhida-Onsengo ＞ Shinhotaka-no Ashiyu
A foot bath located by the entrance to the Shin-Hotaka Onsen Station at the foot of the hill.
Boiled eggs and beef skewers are sold in front of the foot bath.
Opening hours: According to the operating hours of the ropeway
Regular holidays: Not fixed (Depends on weather, etc.)
Bathing fee: Free
Phone : +81-578-89-2252(Shinhotaka Ropeway)
This foot bath is located alongside the Shirakaba-daira Station, between the Shinhotaka Ropeway No. 1 and No. 2 lines.
You can bathe your feet while enjoying the natural environment of the Nabedaira-Kogen highlands.
This is an outdoor foot-bathing spot surrounded by the Northern Japan Alps.
On a clear day you can enjoy a full view of Mt. Yakedake, Mt. Shakujodake, Mt. Kasagatake and the other mountains of the Northern Japan Alps that make Oku-Hida so beautiful.
Here you can enjoy the changing scenery of each season. The cherry blossoms and the lingering snow on the Northern Japan Alps during the Golden-Week holiday period, in particular, is a sight you should see at least once.
A quaint foot bath located in a roadside park.
With a convenient parking space, this is an ideal place to take a short rest on your journey.
The shelter allows you to enjoy the foot bath even in the rain or snow.
On summer nights you can enjoy the magical sight of fireflies while soaking your feet in the warm water. (No lights on at night.)
This facility is exclusively for visitors staying in the Fukuji Onsen hot spring area overnight.
This indoor foot-bathing facility is built from a traditional old Japanese house that was relocated to the area. It includes resting spaces with huge wooden beams and sunken hearths.
You can snack on takeout foods such as Hida beef skewers and soft serve ice cream while you enjoy a relaxing foot bath.
You can use the foot bath while you wait for your bus.
A 3-minute walk from the bus terminal.
This sheltered foot bath is an ideal place to relax
while you wait for a bus or take a rest from your walking.
This foot bath is located under the “Mori-no-todai” (Forest Lighthouse), a landmark of the Hirayu forest.
You can make use of it at any time (other than when it is being cleaned).
Rest your feet here after you have done your sightseeing.