"Ganiba Onsen" Named after crab in Nyuto hot springs
Ganiba gets its name from the many crabs (in Japanese, kani or gani) that can be seen in the river next to the open-air baths.
The ryokan, which has been open since 1846, has two kinds of spring sources.
But before you walk into Ganiba Onsen, the mini-torii shrine at the entrance of the beautifully designed space may first catch your eye.
The shrine has long been a place where local people go to pray and thank the gods for the natural gifts from the surrounding land: food, wood, and bountiful hot spring water.
Bathing charges : 510 yen
Lodging charges : 9,870 〜 14,190 yen
- Hot spring / 9:00〜16:30
- 50 Kokuyūrin,Sendatsuzawa,Tazawa,Tazawako,Senboku-shi,Akita
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