To the west of Kusatsu Onsen Town is Sainokawara Park. It was once feared as a spring that spawned a Japanese ogre, but those superstitions are a thing of the past. Today, the open-air riverside hot springs enjoy the popularity they deserve. Dappled around the area are shrines and monuments to literary figures and prominent historical visitors to the area.
Indulge in the experience of the four seasons as you walk along the paths next to the pools of hot water where you can rest your weary feet. Snow-capped mountains greet you in winter, cherry blossoms beckon to you in spring, and the colors of summer and autumn will soothe your spirit.
If you're looking for a little more coverage than the great outdoors can provide, look no farther than Sainokawara Rotenburo. This nearby outdoor bathing facility is separated by gender and can comfortably fit one hundred people. The water is acidic chloride sulfate and aids in the healing and relief of digestive diseases and injury recovery. Every Friday, families and couples can enjoy mixed bathing times when bathing suits and towels are allowed into the bath.
A 10-minute walk from the yubatake in Kusatsu Onsen Town.
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