Hotto Okuma

This facility was built to provide a place where local residents and visitors could feel healthy and revitalized after the 2011 earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear accident. The name Hotto Okuma (a word play, as hotto means “relief,” but also resembles the English word “hot”) was chosen in the hope that Okuma, the town where it is located, would regain its vitality and become a place where people could relax and feel at home. The facility has 13 rooms for day-use or overnight stays, including Japanese-style tatami-mat rooms, Western-style twin rooms, family rooms and barrier-free rooms. All the rooms have showers, toilets, and refrigerators. The highlight, of course, is the large public bath and sauna, as well as a large relaxation room with massage chairs. Local alcoholic beverages and other original products are available for purchase at the front desk. There is a lounge space with a microwave, kettle and free drinks for overnight guests.


Hotto Okuma
  • Address
    1207-1 Minamidaira, Ogawara, Okuma-machi, Fukushima Pref. 979-1306
  • Access
    (By Car) 4 min. by car from Joban-Tomioka Interchange on Joban Expressway
    (By Train) 1 min walk from Ogawara-Koeijutaku Bus Stop on the Life Cycle Bus from Ono station on the JR Joban line
  • Website
  • Hours
    Public Bath・Lodging guests: 6:00 am to 8:00 am, 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm
    Day guests: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm・Last entry: 8:30 pm
    4th Wednesday of each month: 2:00 pm to 10:00 pm
  • Other Information
    Admission Fee:Lodging guests Free; Day guests: Adult ¥500; Children ¥300, Infants free
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