• Wi-Fi
    Available for free


Known also as the Atami of Tohoku (Atami is a famous onsen resort near Tokyo), this onsen resort offers a view of the gently arcing Mutsu Bay coastline and mountains behind. There are about ten hotels lining the coast, from large resort hotels with ocean-view bathrooms to small Japanese ryokan (traditional small-sized inns) that will make you feel right at home. The hot springs have sodium-calcium-sulfate water, effective for nerve pain, muscle pain, stiff shoulders and bruises. There are also spots where you can just enjoy dipping without staying overnight. The information corner at Asamushi Onsen Station sells ”Asamushi Yufuda” for 1,000 JPY, giving you access to two such spots.
Sunset Beach Asamushi in front of the onsen town will be open for swimming from July 18 through to August 23, offering a variety of marine leisure activities including stand-up paddle boarding, sailing, sea kayaking and fishing. The Asamushi Onsen Nebuta Festival will take place in July and August, and the Asamushi Onsen Fireworks in late July with about 4,000 fireworks.

Location Information

  • Address

    Asamushi Onsen Tourism Association, 70 Asamushi Hotarudani, Aomori City, Aomori Prefecture, 039-3501

  • Nearest Station
    Asamushionsen Station
    ・ Aoimori Tetsudo
    20 minutes by car
  • Phone Number
    Available languages
    only in Japanese
  • Closed
  • Wi-Fi
    Available for free
  • Public Site
    Official Site

Further Facilities & Services

  • Smoking allowed
    Smoking area inside

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  • Lodgings
※ The above information was correct at the time of updating, but there may be changes to actual prices. Please confirm the current prices when visiting.