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I recommend this place because you are able to enter the onsen place just by paying 460yen, which is usually the price of the entrance to a public bath house. Quite a lot of locals come to this onsen and people who have a tattoo is not allowed, but you can still find some people with tattoos inside. There are two outdoor onsens, they differ every day and switches between female and male bath. It feels good and refreshing having the smell of Japanese cypress in one of the outdoor onsen or the coffee-colored onsen, which is surrounded by rocks, alternatively with the other two kinds of onsen choices. There is a cafeteriaI on the first floor at the onsen, but I would recommend eating at some yakitori or fried chicken places in the Togoshiginza shopping street instead. No swimsuit allowed, cash only, and they sell stuff like towel, soap, and toothbrushes. There is no guide in English. They allow only people who understand the rules of Japanese public bath houses.

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