Comfort Hotel Hamamatsu
Phone: (81) 53 450 6111
Fax: (81) 53 450 6112
Beauty & Spas
Japanese baths are generally rather big, but sometimes the one in your home or hotel just isn't big enough for you to spread out your limbs in the way you want to. Apparently, many people think just like you; that is why public spas like this one thrive. Of course, this one is great, too, because the attractive interior still has a luster to it reminiscent of newness. You can soak all you want for a reasonable amount, a price that even includes a towel! Note also that there is parking for 100 cars.
It is never easy finding a hair salon when you are away from home. Fortunately, Nagoya has this wonderful salon, where you can relax and have your hair styled, your make-up needs taken care of. Fully equipped with all the latest hairdressing technology and a staff that know and enjoy the art, Apricot is a salon that you will want to come back to. Communication is no problem as there are English and French speaking assistants available. To avoid unnecessary delay, it is advisable to make a telephone reservation at least one day in advance.
This luxury hotel in the hot spring resort city of Nagashima offers its guests a choice of Japanese or Western-style accommodation with full facilities. The separate men's and women's bathing is in large indoor oval shaped baths made of smooth dark stone. Outside a huge open-air bath holds 2,000 bathers! The water is classified as simple thermal. Nearby is Sunnyland Kurhaus where you can spend the entire day in Sunnyland's gyms, tennis courts, massage rooms, various mineral baths (hot, cold, bubble, cascade, waterfall) and swimming pools.
Tokko-No-Yu is a free hot-spring bath on a small island in the middle of the Katsura River in Shuzenji, said to be the oldest spa on the Izu Peninsula. Legend has it that the Buddhist monk Kododaishi, upon seeing a boy wash his sick father in the river, struck a rock with a holy relic, causing the healing waters to gush forth. Tokko-No-Yu, built on the site of this miracle, is a picturesque hot spring where you can bathe with the sounds of rushing water all around you. Tokko-No-Yu is only five minutes' walk from Shuzenji-Onsen Station.