Kaiseki Lunch and Hot Springs Tour
・Izumisano City faces Kansai International Airport. It is a gate city to Japan.
・Just a 40-minute drive from Kansai International Airport will take you to nice hot springs.
・Get clear and baby smooth skin by bathing in Inunakisan hot springs !
・This tour includes Japanese Cultural Experience.
・Relax your mind and body at the hot springs !
What You Can Expect
While bathing in open-air bath, you will experience picturesque views of the four seasons ----- cherry blossoms in spring, green leaves in summer, autumn foliage in autumn, and trees covered with snow in winter.
In addition, you can taste ‘ Kaiseki’, a course of beautifully prepared Japanese cuisine.
English, Chinese or Korean-speaking tour guide will attend you.
The experienced guide will introduce you charm of Izumisano City and what you must see in Izumisano City during the bus trip.
You have a chance to experience Japanese Cultures such as ‘origami’, the art of folding paper into various figures, ‘kendama’, Japanese cup-and-ball game, or ‘calligraphy’ in the assistance of a tour guide after lunch.
Sit back, relax, and taste delicious food wearing ‘yukata’, Japanese cotton kimono after bathing in hot springs.
Inunakisan is the only natural hot spring resort in Osaka Prefecture.
10:30 pick up at Izumisano Station (Nankai Railway) east exit
10:45 pick up at Hineno Station (JR), in front of a convenience store “seven eleven”
11:00 arrive at Fudouguchikan and enjoy hot springs
12:30 wear Yukata and taste Kaiseki Lunch at tatami room
14:00 Japanese cultural experience
15:00 leave for Hineno Station or Izumisano Station
15:15 arrive at Hineno Station (JR)
16:00 arrive at Izumisano Station (Nankai Railway)
For 10 or more people, we can pick you up at Kansai International Airport or your accommondation in Izumisano City.
A bath towel , a face towel, soap, or shampoo & conditioner are included in the fee.
Extra charge for alcohol or other beverages except Japanese hot tea or water will be needed.
Extra charge for fancy or colorful Yukata (540 yen)
Tour non-operation period: in case of traffic regulation (possibly 1 or 2 days a year due to heavy snow)
1 guide for about 5 people
- Tour escort/host
- Local guide
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Infant meals not included
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 20 travelers
Had a wonderful time! For an intimate and unique Japanese experience, an onsen visit is exactly what the doctor ordered. Onsen's have certain cultural rules that should be respected and your guides educate you on them so as not to accidentally offend other Japanese guests and the host. No bathing suits. Wash your body and hair at the sitting showers before entering the mineral baths. No dunking your face or head in the mineral bath. Etc. Men and women have separate bathing facilities. Each side has two separate hot onsen baths, one with a huge window view to the tree covered mountains and river below and one onsen with an open air view to the same mountains on the floor below. The open air bath was downstairs and my elderly father was not confident to walk down them so he didn't dip into that one, but he still enjoyed the enclosed bath with the panoramic window view very much. After soaking in the hot mineral baths, we enjoyed a traditional Japanese Kaiseki lunch, which is an art form in and of itself, while dressed in our Japanese yukata robes. Finally after lunch our English speaking guide Mr Tsuji gave us a short lesson on calligraphy with a traditional Japanese ink brush and Mrs. Tsuji showed us some origami creations. Enjoy! PS. If any in your party are vegan/vegetarian make sure to indicate so the facility can plan ahead of time.