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Sheraton Grande Ocean Resort (Miyazaki-ken)
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Access

Entrance fee : 2000 yens
Bathing time from 11:00 to 15:00
Located in a hotel
Home page (web site of the Seagaia complex)
Phone : 0985-21-1133
Address :
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Maps : Google


Number of baths

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inside

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outside

1

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Spring information

Main spring : 35°C pH=7.4


Onsen in Miyazaki-ken

Sheraton Grande Ocean Resort (Miyazaki)

Other prefectures in Kyushu

Kagoshima-ken
Kumamoto-ken
Oita-ken


A luxurious inside bath at the Sheraton Grande Ocean Resort

      
      
      
    

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Ratings   (explanation of our rating system)

Global rating :    
A complex of onsen located on the grounds of the Sheraton Grande Ocean Resort in the Sea Gaia complex. The Tsukuyomi is the "basic" bath, and offers a good onsen in a comfortable setting; if you want to enjoy the baths that offer a view on the artificial lake, Shingetsu, you will have to pay some extra 2500 yen! And the private baths costs 5000 yen an hour...

Size :     
For a hotel of that size, the onsen baths are surprisingly smallc There is one inside bath, fine for probably 5-6 persons, and a slightly larger outside bath with an irregular shape - and a roof over it. Other options are a saune with a window to enjoy the scenary and a very small bath with colder water.

View :    
The inside bath, made of wood, has a rectangular shape and a nice view on the trees surrounding the onsen complex. As a matter of fact, the outside bath has exactly the same view.

Area :    
A couple of kilometers north of Miyazaki, The Gaia complex offers large hotels, two golf course, one of the largest indoor pool in the world and many other features. No beach - what is rather surprising considering you are a couple of hundreds meters away from the shore...



Pictures



The rotenburo is surrounded by a wood - but if you want to bath in the onsen with a view on the artificial pond, you will need to pay an extra fee.

The tower, in the background of the onsen

View from the top of the Sheraton - the onsen area is on the left