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Ogoto Onsen

In the south of Ogoto Onsen there is a Tendai temple called Hokoji Temple. In the grounds there is a pond called Nebutsuike (Jagaike), from which subterranean water is said to bubble up eternally. The people of the village have long believed that drinking this water will heal sickness, and that its mud can cure skin diseases and heat rashes.
Ogoto Onsen has been a site for hot springs for 1,200 years, supplied with a constant source of pH 9.0 high alkaline water.

Address 6-5-1 Ogoto, Otsu City, Shiga
Inquiries +81-77-578-1650
Access JR Kosei Line Ogoto-onsen Station
Immediately After Alighting
Website http://www.ogotoonsen.com/english/index.html

Ogoto has many Japanese-style inns and hotels that feature natural hot spring baths. Please refer to the homepage for more details.

Address 6-5-1 Otogo, Otsu City, Shiga
Inquiries +81-77-578-1650
Access JR Kosei Line Ogoto-onsen Station
Immediately After Alighting
Website http://www.ogotoonsen.com/english/index.html

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