Yunotsu Spa

Basic data

Facility summary and accessibility conditions

The port town of Yunotsu, where the Yunotsu Spa is located, is a part of the Iwami Ginzan Ruins and its Cultural Landscape, which are registered as a world heritage site.
It has a 1300-year history since it was discovered and has a good healing reputation.
Even nowadays, lots of tourists continue to use it because of its high efficacy.
There are two public baths: Senyakutō Motoyu and Yakushiyu.
Both of them have natural hot springs, without any artificial alterations.
Because both of them are old buildings, however, there are bumps at the entrance and accessible bathrooms are not installed.
On the streets of the old town, there are few cars and wheelchair users can fully enjoy.
The following is information on Yunotsu Branch, Ōda-shi Tourism Association.

Address Yūyūkan at Yunotsu Spa 791-4 Yunotsu-i, Yunotsu-chō, Ōda, Shimane
Telephone 0855-65-2065
Fax 0855-65-2065
Reception hours April - November: 9:15 - 17:30, December - March: 12:30 - 16:30
Regular holidays

New Year holidays

Transportation, closest station, bus stop

From JR Yunotsu Onsen Station to the entrance to the spa, about 1 km(0.6mi), 20 minute on foot.

Bumps at the entrance
Entrance width
Accessible bathroom Yes.
In Yūyūkan at the gate to Yunotsu Onsen
Bathroom entrance width 90cm(35.4in)
Accessible parking space


Wheelchair loaning


Multilingual information Not available
Display items with multilingual explanation Not available
Multilingual pamphlets Not available
Staff fluent in foreign languages

Not available

Wifi connection Yes
Audio (English) guidance


Accesible data

Photo Comment
Townscape of Yunotsu Yunotsu Spa street around Seirakuji
View of Yakushiyu Public bath Yakushiyu
Entrance to Yakushiyu There are some bumps at the entrance
Spa View of the bathtub
View of Yunotsu Information Center Yūyūkan Yūyūkan, located at the entrance of Yunotsu Spa, is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Accessible bathroom is avialable.
The bathroom is open throughout the year.
Accessible bathroom in Yūyūkan View of accessible bathroom
Yunotsu Port View of Yunotsu Port