Located in a tranquil castle town surrounded by mountains, these hot springs are named after the famous samurai Yamanaka Shikanosuke of Japan’s medieval Sengoku period (1467-1600). The water of Shikano Hot Springs is known as “women’s water” for its calming effect on skin conditions. Stop by the Hot Pier Kano or Sanshien parking lot to enjoy a free hot spring for your feet after a long day of sightseeing.
Private guestrooms with open-air bathtubs made barrier-free are available at a reasonable price.
8 Imaichi, Shikano-cho, Tottori-shi, Tottori-ken
Tottori Shikano Onsen no Yado Sanshien
In addition to open-air bathtubs surrounded by the natural elegance of each season, enjoy soaking in all of our multiple indoor free-flowing hot springs, including elevated bathtubs with a commanding view of the area and large public bathtubs, open 24 hours a day.
972-1 Imaichi, Shikano-cho, Tottori-shi, Tottori-ken
A drop-in hot spring facility open to the public.
Imaichi, Shikano-cho, Tottori-shi, Tottori-ken
|Address||1353 Shikano, Tottori-shi, Tottori-ken (Tottori-shi Shikano Orai Koryukan Dream)|
|Access||10 minutes by route bus from JR Hamamura Station
20 minutes by car from Chugoku Expwy Sayo Junction -> Tottori Expwy Tottori IC -> San-in Expswy Tottori-nishi IC
- Hot Springs
- Tottori-Sakyu Conan Airport
- Other Japan Railways Lines