Netsu no Yu熱乃湯
Netsu no Yu is just west of "Yubatake". It used to be popular with bathers as a communal bath, but it was reopened in 2015 and changed to a tourist bath where Yumomi is shown as a show six times a day. Yumomi is a method in which people who use hot water sing Kusatsu-bushi and stir it with a long plate to lower the temperature of the hot water. This is a sight not seen in hot springs other than Kusatsu. There is also a Yumomi experience corner where you can experience the tradition of Kusatsu Onsen. The Yumomi-no-Odori involves women dressed in traditional costumes, singing and churning the hot water rhythmically set to a song using boards that are 30cm wide and 180cm long. In addition, various events such as jazz live "Yukemuri Jazz" and acoustic live by a famous guitarist are held irregularly. The temperature of the Kusatsu onsen water is from 51°C to 94°C, which is too hot to bathe in. Yumomi (water stirring) is a way to lower the temperature without cutting it with cold water. The Netsu no Yu Yumomi Show started in 1960 and has a long history.
The Yumomi Show has 6 performances a day, and the start time is as follows, and the performance time is about 20 minutes.
Time: 9:30, 10:00, 10:30, 15:30, 16:00, 16:30