You can go to Shin-onsen on the JR San'in line. First, take an express train from Osaka or Kyoto to Kinosaki Onsen, and from there take a local train to JR Hamasaka station. Along the way you can enjoy various local scenery. At Hamasaka station you can rest your feet in the nearby foot bath after your long journey.Area AccessLocal Access
Shin-onsen is home to several hot springs (onsen) such as Yumura Onsen, Shichikama Onsen, and Hamasaka Onsen. The number of onsens in Shin-onsen is so great that the word "onsen" is used in the name of the town. Enjoy onsen which have the power to heal body and soul, while being surrounded by plentiful nature.Feel the history and culture of hot springsHow to enjoy the "onsen"
With mountains, rivers, and sea, the area is overflowing with nature. From that nature comes bounties that offer the "riches of the land and sea".
For example, Tajima Beef, which has garnered fame nationwide as a unique, high quality brand of beef; fresh seafood and shellfish from the Sea of Japan, which includes the king of winter delicacies, Matsuba Crab; and, delicious sake crafted by generations of sake artisans.Tajima Beef