Yayoi no Sato Onsen
Drawn from a spring on the premises, the water of this onsen is brownish due to natural mineral deposits. Like the famous Arima Onsen, this is a sodium chloride spring that is rich in sodium and iron and attracts many hot spring fans. The guest rooms range from single to large family size, so there’s something to satisfy everyone’s lodging needs.
1-696-1 Ikegami-cho, Izumi-shi, Osaka Prefecture
Short walk from Shinodayama Station on JR Hanwa Line
Lodging starts at 6,300 yen per night (includes dinner and breakfast); 650 yen for the hot spring for day visitors (700 yen on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays)
Check-in: 14:00; check-out: 10:00