Super Sento "Fushimi Chikaranoyu"

京都府/京都市伏見区竹田青池町
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Description
It is a 1 minute drive from the Kyoto Minami Interchange and is the parking lot of the Super Sento Fushimi Chikaranoyu which is conveniently located. Please feel free to come and enjoy 11 kinds of baths (There are 9 types of men's baths.). The natural hot spring open-air bath and the large sauna are attractive!

Basic Facilities
※There are also facilities that can be paid by cash at the station
24h Toilet
Water
WiFi
Playground
Pets Allowed
Smoking Area
Vending Machine
Washing Dryer
Waste Water Discharge
Security Cameras
EV Charger Stand

Additional Fee Facilities
Electricity socket
Not available
Non-free Wifi
Not available
Non-free Shower
Not available
Onsen (Adult)
Not available
Onsen (Child)
Not available
Dustbin
Not available
Dog Park
Not available
Camping Behavior Allowed
Not available
Tent Rental (For 2-3 people)
Not available
Tent Rental (For 4-5 people)
Not available
BBQ Facilities Rental
Not available

Nearby Facilities
Convenient Store
Not available
Supermarket
Jinento Market (50m)
Gasoline
Not available
Restaurant
Jinento Market (50m)
24h Toilet
Not available
Onsen
Fushimi Chikaranoyu (30m)

Parking space
Maximum lots
2 lot(s)
Height of each lot
No limit
Breadth of each lot
2.3m
Length of each lot
5.5m
※ Car size can be referred from here

Note
The toilet is locked at night, so we will give you your PIN at the Fushimi Riki-no-Yu front desk.

Cancellation Deadline
17:00, 2 days before (Japanese time)
If you cancel your reservation after the Cancellation Deadline, cancellation fee will be applied. Cancellation rate can be checked here


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