Historic hot springs
Arima: One of Japan's foremost hot springs
The hot springs of the Arima Onsen have a high iron content that reacts with oxygen to give the mineral water a reddish brown called "red spa" or "golden springs" in Japanese. Children call it "miso soup" often. With its own natural hot spring, Ryuusenkaku provides the pure, untouched benefits of mineral springs for unmatched quality.
The "golden springs" have also a high salt content that is effective to detoxify your body due to a good sweat when you take time for bathing. You feel your body as light as in sea water when you relax the muscles of your whole body in Ryuusenkaku's "golden springs".
The "golden springs" is reported to be effective for 20 kinds of symptoms; such as stomach illnesses, gynecopathy, neuralgia, and muscles cramps, The "golden springs" have also carbonated water content that form bubbles on the surface like soda water.
Ryuusenkaku offers families an oasis from hectic daily life with all the comforts and charm of a traditional Japanese inn. Whether it's the therapeutic benefits of a mineral bath or the culinary delights of Japanese cuisine, you will find complete relaxation and satisfaction during your stay.
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Own Natural Hot Spring
With its own natural hot spring, Ryuusenkaku provides the pure, untouched benefits of mineral springs for unmatched quality.
Appendix to Ryuusenkaku Hot Springs Analysis Report
Ferruginous sodium monochloride in a salty cold mineral spring(Containing Fe NaCl in a salty cold mineral spring)
Hypertonic, medium strength, cold mineral spring
People with these conditions should avoid bathing
1) rapid occurring symptoms (especially high temperature)
2) active tuberculosis
3) malignant tumors
4) severe heart disease
5) shortness of breath
6) kidney failure
7) free bleeding conditions
8) high-level anemia
9) minor diseases
10) pregnancy related conditions (especially first and final stages)
11) the hot bath symptoms (42 degrees C. above)
(a) acute arteriosclerosis (b) hypertension (c) heart disease
People with these conditions should avoid drinking
1) kidney disease
3) other general symptoms
Cautions for drinking
Since mineral water has a certain concentration of arsenic, please consult a doctor familiar with mineral water when drinking over an extended period of time. Ingest after meals and not in conjunction with coffee or tea.
Bath is reported to be effective for these symptoms
2) muscle cramps
4) shoulder tendonitis
6) joint stiffness
9) chronic illness in digestive tract
14) promotion of health
17) chronic dermatitis
18) children with weak constitutions
Drinking mineral water is reported to be effective for these conditions
1) chronic illness of the digestive tract
2) chronic constipation