For long, Teganuma region been the source of livelihood for many.
History shows that it has been inhabited since the Jomon Period, and during Heian Period, it was called Tekanoura.
It was embraced by the cultured during the Taisho Period, and through all generations, it has attracted many.
One day, in this elegant region of Teganuma, hot spring water gushed up from below the ground as though God were calling out to the people.
The resort has since come to be called “Teganuma Hot Springs,” named after the region.
Rich in sodium, spring water does not cool easily and is often called “thermal water.”
We hope that this spa resort, so appropriate to this region, will serve as an interactional setting for all those who come to visit.
Using the Resort Facilities
①Put your shoes inside the shoe locker. Lock
②Take the shoe locker key to the front desk.
9:00～24:00（last entry: 23:30）
The third Thursday of the month
|Weekends and national holidays
|Adults (junior high school and older)
|Children (3 years old and older)
(junior high school and older)
※*the use of bedrock bath only is not permitted
* +¥100 for use on weekends and holidays
（face towel/bath towel）
Prices are inclusive of consumption tax
The hot spring water that gushes up from 1800m below the ground has high scarcity value. Rich in hot spring ingredients (high density of sodium chloride) and of high temperature at 40.5℃, the water has outstanding hot spring benefits.
The indoor baths offer a spacious, relaxing space. There are five types of baths and sauna that have health and beautifying benefits. Surround yourself with the warmth of the wood as you experience the slow passage of time.
The low temperature sauna slowly warms your body to the core. There are three types of bedrock baths.
Choose from our extensive gourmet menu. How about a cold beer after a hot bath?
Enjoy the view across Teganuma Lake. We serve straight-from-the-oven pizza and other light meals.
Get a hand massage to rid yourself of accumulated fatigue!
Indulge yourself in authentic Korean-style body scrub. In addition to body scrubs, aesthetic treatments and mud body wraps are also offered.
Unisex salon for everyone, from children to adults.
Available are fresh locally grown vegetables, delivered straight from the farm.
Soak your feet in the famed hot spring water. Free of charge.
〒277-0911 68-1, Minowa Shinden, Kashiwa-City, Chiba Prefecture
Opposite Michi no Eki Shonan on Route 8 (Route Funadori)
《If you are coming by car using a GPS》
If that is the case, search for “Michi no Eki Shonan.” The GPS will guide you to the nearby area.
《Bus (Bando Bus)》
From south exit of Abiko station on JR Joban-line, take the bus to Tega-no-Moti New Town. Get off at Michi no Eki Shonan-mae (about ten minutes from Abiko station).
For your safety, our baths meet the inspection standards of the Public Bath House Act and furthermore, are regulated by stringent in-house bathing standards. Bathing inspections are usually carried out twice a year. However, in our establishmeny, they are carried out once a month. We also pay the utmost attention to safety and hygiene. In addition to daily cleansing filtration, the baths are disinfected with high concentration chlorine once a week. Every three months, they are chemically cleaned. You can rest assured that we take sanitation control very seriously.
We look forward to welcoming you!