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Street of Kinosaki Onsen

Kinosakicho Yushima, Toyooka 669-6101, Hyogo Prefecture
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This was such a lively Street to explore. The building have an old world charm and the side streets... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
EHFWarwick
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Touring Kinosaki Onsen

It took us around 40 minutes to walk from Nishimuraya Honkan to Kinosaki Station. Along the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
翊 李
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“small town” (9 reviews)
“wooden clogs” (5 reviews)
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Kinosakicho Yushima, Toyooka 669-6101, Hyogo Prefecture
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This was such a lively Street to explore. The building have an old world charm and the side streets are host to a number of small local bars and restaurants. There is an amazing array of shops, restaurants and cafes along the street as well...More

Thank EHFWarwick
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It took us around 40 minutes to walk from Nishimuraya Honkan to Kinosaki Station. Along the winding narrow street, there are many specialty stores worthwhile to visit. We've tried local beer, snack as well as ice cream. Also we bought local souvenirs including saki. It's...More

Thank 翊 李
Reviewed 22 April 2017

The entire town is extremely charming for its ideal size, the laid back small village atmosphere, the food and of course the 7 onsens. The food in the eateries we ate at were all really good. We ate at Mikuni specializing in Tajima beef, Masuya...More

1  Thank jonathangohyongsing
Reviewed 20 April 2017

Kinosakionsen's claim to fame is its 7 onsens (hotspring spas). Most ryokans give you an onsen pass so you can soak in any of the spas you choose around the small town any time of day and lend you a yukata (cotton kimono), a tanzen...More

1  Thank joelle d
Reviewed 7 April 2017

The entrancing beauty of this natural hot springs town is only enhanced with the architecture that makes up the aesthetics of the town. Many amazing opportunities to take pictures of various angles along this street and only a short distance away from the mountain and...More

Thank Emad S
Reviewed 4 April 2017 via mobile

You can visit the entire town in a day and if you want to see it more quickly you can rent bikes for 500 yen for 2 hours and every additional hour is 200 yen at the information centre beside the train station...in 2 hours...More

Thank FibreFil
VisitKinosaki, Owner at Street of Kinosaki Onsen, responded to this reviewResponded 24 April 2017

Dear FibreFil, Thank you very for your comment. Kinosaki Onsen is famous for its seven public hot springs, with a history of 1,300 years. If you have time to explore the area surrounding Kinosaki Onsen, cycling to the Kei Beach (approx. 15 min) or to...More

Reviewed 14 March 2017 via mobile

The street is beautiful and the food was delicious too. We ate the most amazing crab there. The highlight of Kinosaki is the many onsen that you can visit. Unfortunately I had a reaction to the water, so I could only visit one. I think...More

Thank Bauabu
VisitKinosaki, Owner at Street of Kinosaki Onsen, responded to this reviewResponded 24 April 2017

Dear Bauabu, Thank you very much for your comment. We are sorry to hear you had a reaction to the water. The water of Kinosaki Onsen includes sodium, calcium, and chloride. The water quality is hypotonic, neutral, and high temperature. It is thought to be...More

Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

We arrived on the day Kinosaki saw the most snowfall of the season (we were told by staff at our hotel), and got to enjoy its main street, with the river, bridges, and onsens covered in a 40cm white blanket. Very nice!More

Thank Irina H
VisitKinosaki, Owner at Street of Kinosaki Onsen, responded to this reviewResponded 6 March 2017

Dear Irina H, We appreciate your comment. We are very glad to know that you enjoyed your snow experience in Kinosaki Onsen. For sure, that timing was the best snow of the year. Just for a bit of information: There is a ski resort, Kannabe...More

Reviewed 13 February 2017

make sure you look at the manholes cover, you will be surprised and you will like to take a picture of it.

Thank Myra T
VisitKinosaki, Owner at Street of Kinosaki Onsen, responded to this reviewResponded 6 March 2017

Dear Myra T, Thank you very much for your comment. We are surprised to learn that you noticed this small detail and that it surprised you! We hope you had a good time in the town and look forward to welcoming you again.

Reviewed 7 January 2017 via mobile

Very pretty town, with canal side walks, shops and restaurants, and Japanese and foreigners strolling the streets with some wearing Yakata and clogs. Plenty of eating options - especially fish, crab and prawns - as well as nice coffee shops.More

Thank acash2016
VisitKinosaki, Owner at Street of Kinosaki Onsen, responded to this reviewResponded 24 January 2017

Dear acash2016, Thank you very much for your kind message about Kinosaki Onsen. As you said, the town offers a wide variety of local food, such as Matsuba Crab, Tajima Beef, Kinosaki local beer, onsen eggs, etc. We hope you enjoyed a lot of charms...More

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ladancingirl
28 February 2016|
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Response from sessiehiker | Reviewed this property |
The peak times are late-March to early-April, so it may be too late. Any time in Spring should be very pretty there, though. Enjoy.
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