A six-minute shuttle bus ride from the ski resort will take you to the Meiho Onsen Yusei-kan. This romantic name comes from the outdoor hot spring, located in the mountains, surrounded by snow, and the sky filled with stars at night. I soak in the hot water and enjoy the spectacular view of nature to refresh myself.

The quality of the hot spring water at Meiho Onsen is excellent: it is effective in treating neuralgia and chronic gynecological pain. After taking a bath, my skin felt smooth. Yusei-kan has a "self-serve hot spring stand" where you can fill a large tub with hot spring water for just ¥100 and take it home. This is quite rare even in Japan with a large number of hot springs.

Address 3428ー1 Meihookuzumi, Gujo, Gifu 501-4304
〒501-4304 岐阜県郡上市明宝奥住3428-1

By car
About 1 hour and 40 minutes from Nagoya
Take Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway from Ichinomiya J.C. to Gujo-Hachiman I.C. and take route 472 toward Takayama and drive for about 40 minutes.

Business hours

10am ~ 9pm(last admission 8:30pm)


*Closed only the third Wednesday of the month during ski season.




Adults: ¥600 (Junior high school students and up)
Children ¥300 (Elementary school students)
Infants: Free of charge  
Bedrock bath: ¥600 per hour (Yukata rental: ¥200 Bringing your own yukata is allowed.)

Websites Official Site(JPN)http://yuseikan.com/ Tourism Association site(JPN)http://www.gujomeiho.jp/sightseeing1_1.html

Related Articles Related Articles

Search from Map

  • See
  • Do
  • ico-nav-eat Eat
  • Stay
  • Buy
  • All

Search from current location