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Updated: October 1, 2019
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Moegi-no-Yu is a great place to take a well-earned soak in natural hot spring waters after a day of hiking in the local mountains. The water comes from deep underground in Okutama, drawn directly from the source, so it is 100% natural. Enjoy the indoor and outdoor baths, which offer some nice views of the Okutama River. There is also a communal foot bath.
Located a 10-minute walk from JR Okutama Station on the Ome Line, Moegi-no-Yu is also conveniently located to the accommodations and camping areas along the river. Expect some crowds during the weekends in summer and the popular fall foliage season.
General admission: 850 yen
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