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Tamatsukuri Onsen is a popular hot spring in Tamayu, Shimane famous for its sulfate water. According to Japanese culture, this ancient hot springs is said to be where the gods Izanagi and Izanami are said to battle once a year since Japan was founded. An absolute must for fans of Japanese flowers or cherry blossoms, come for the relaxing hot-spring bathes and stay for the hundreds of cherry blossom sakura trees that line the river banks. Soak your feet at the onsen's foot bath or travel along the area in a yukata after visiting one of the modern Japanese baths. The waters of Tamatsukuri Onsen are renowned for having great health benefits for your skin. The alkaline in the water is believed to remove dirt and cleanse your skin while the sulfate is believed to have a moisturizing effect meant to rejuvenate your spirit. The waters are also believed to have great health benefits for those with rheumatism and other ailments.
After bathing in the traditional Japanese hot-springs, travelers and guest of Tamatsukuri Onsen are recommended to walk along the area enjoying the traditional culture. Tamatsukuri onsen takes it's name from the
tama, one of the three sacred Japanese treasures. Therefore, it's no surprise for tourists to see multiple
tama beads around the onsen. Rich in both relaxing hot-springs and traditional Japanese culture, Tamatsukuri Onsen is a vacation must for anyone looking for a great hot-spring vacation. Enjoy Tamatsukuri Onsen and the rest of Shimane's tradition and culture with Japan Deluxe Tour's fully-guided line of private holiday vacations!
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Matsue Castle, Former Samurai District
True traditional Japanese garden with a great collection of artwork
Architectural museum featuring world's largest hourglass
Aviary park and indoor garden with over 800 birds
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