Netsu no Yu

MAPCODE for car park : 341 446 623*12

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

Opening Hours
Average Staying Time
30 minutes
Parking fee
There is no parking lot at Netsu no Yu, so please use the following parking lots. Kusatsu Town (Yubatake Tourist Parking) (Hyperlink) Parking lot of Sainokawara Park (hyperlink)
Admission fee
Yumomi show fee: 600 yen for adults and 300 yen for elementary school students
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