Mine Hot Spring and Geyser, Izu Peninsula

DSC08642This attraction is no Yellowstone Park or Hakone Hot Spring, but if you need a break from your drive along the peninsula, this place is relatively interesting and free! This attraction is composed of a single geyser, a footbath and an egg-selling gift shop. The geyser shoots approximately 200°F water  nearly 100 feet in the air. The geyser erupts at 9:30, 10:30, 11:30, 12:30, 13:30, 14:30, 15:30. While you’re waiting for the geyser to jet up, you can purchase and cook your own eggs in the Mine’s spring water; the staff will give you a timer and instructions for this process. Or, consider a footbath. It’s covered and warm at approximately 100°F.

DSC08632There are rest rooms at this stop, but no restaurant. It’s open from 09:00 to 16:00. It’s closed Tuesdays and Fridays. Parking is free. Linda Bell, July 2014.

DIRECTIONS: This attraction is situated in Mine-Onsen Daifunto Park, in Kawazu township. It’s a 5 minute drive inland from the south-western Izu Peninsula coastline, or 15 minutes from Kawazu Seven Waterfalls. It’s also a short drive from iZoo, and a 30 to 40 minute drive north of the Shimoda and Yumigahama Beaches. The GPS coordinates for Mine-Onsen Daifunto Park are N34.75695, E138.98222.

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