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シギラ黄金温泉 SHIGIRA Golden Hot Springs Spa,Miyakojima
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Shigira Ougon Onsen (natural hot spring)

Hot spring STORY

There is goddess legend of Palace of the Dragon King in Shigira district of Miyakojima, and romance which small spring was in place where goddess met lover is conveyed.


And, based on findings of geologist that splendid hot spring appeared on this ground, we would excavate hot spring.
We dealt with hot water pulse at depth of 1,250m below ground, and hot water pillar stood, and spring in forest was born. Hot water which is abundant in good quality of source temperature 50 degrees, daily output 800t, color of hot spring shining in gold, besides.

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Copyright: Kudo Kenji Photograph
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Hochgeladen: 21/09/2012
Aktualisiert: 24/04/2014
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Tags: miyakojima; okinawa; shigira; onsen; spa
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