Shizuoka Prefecture has the greatest number of hot springs and hot springs spas in Japan.
But recently another type of hot spring bath is getting increasingly popular: public hot spring Foot baths!
One day the Municipality of Fujieda City which sponsors the foot bath would do well to translate in English those explanations and instructions as they are certainly worth it!
Don’t worry the brown color is the real color of the water which is constantly changed although the water flows only in daytime!
Just take your shoes and socks/stockings off and dip your tired in the water for great healthy relaxation!
This sign, among others, explicitly says that smoking is strictly forbidden!
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8 thoughts on “Public Hot Spring Foot Bath in Fujieda City!”
Are there fish in the water? The kind that eat your dead skin?!!!
No, dear Mimi, the temperature being over 40 degrees Celsius they wouldn’t survive!
Wow. I love Japan! Now I like to dip my feet in there please! Is this near a shopping center?
It is just outside Fujieda JR Station South Exit!
But of course! 🙂 If our train stations offer shops, places to grab a quick bites, and something for the weary feet, public transportations will probably be popular (one can dream). 🙂
Outdoor foot springs. One of the best inventions ever. If there were more in Tokyo, surely millions would appreciate it. Lovely!
I found another one today, even better in Nagaoka, Izu no Kuni City, Izu peninsula! Report coming soon!