Things to see and do - Ibusuki
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Ibusuki Travel guide
Ibusuki : Michelin's recommendations
At the tip of the Satsuma Peninsula, the hot-spring resort of Ibusuki stands in a splendid natural setting of white-sand beaches and rocky creeks with tropical plants against the backdrop of Kaimon-dake, a volcano, which, with its perfect lines, is reminiscent of Mt Fuji. Not far away the transparent waters of the vast Lake Ikeda shimmer; the lake was formed when a caldera collapsed, and is now home to a huge eel population. In Ibusuki, don't miss the Satsuma Denshokan Museum and its sumptuous porcelain collection.
Tourist attractions Ibusuki : Things to see and do
Sunamushi Kaikan (dev. la plage, à 20mn à pied de la gare) J - Ibusuki
Ibusuki is famous for its volcanic sand baths, said to ease headaches, rheumatism and other pains. For three centuries, the Japanese have been flocking here to be buried up to their necks in sand by old ladies armed with spades. The water which sprin..
Higashikata 9227-6 J - Ibusuki 891-0404
Boasting in 5 public hot-spring baths and 4 saunas, Ibusuki Kokoronoyado features accommodations with a flat-screen TV and free wired internet access. A 10-minute free shuttle ride is available from Ibusuki Train Station for groups of guests with mor..
Juccho 1912 J - Ibusuki 891-0402
A 10-minute drive from JR Ibusuki Train Station, guests at Ibusuki Seaside Hotel can experience Sunamushi Sand hot-springs or bathe in the spacious public baths. Kincou Bay is located right in front of the hotel and an outdoor swimming pool is availa..