Front page > Introduction to the Dogo Onsen Tsubaki-no-Yu bathhouse facilities
The tsubaki (camellia in Japanese) is a symbol of Matsuyama City, and Dogo Onsen Tsubaki-no-Yu is a favorite local bathhouse of Matsuyama’s residents and an indispensable part of daily life.
Dogo Onsen Tsubaki-no-Yu was constructed in 1953 when the 8th National Sports Festival was held in Shikoku. It was renovated in 1984, and then fully refurbished and reopened on December 26, 2017.
Located in the heart of the Dogo shopping arcade, Dogo Onsen Tsubaki-no-Yu has the understated atmosphere of a kura-yashiki (a mansion combining a warehouse, office and residence). The bathing rooms are constructed of granite and feature the characteristic Dogo Onsen yugama waterspout. Just like the Dogo Onsen Honkan, the water at Dogo Onsen Tsubaki-no-Yu is 100% natural hot spring water that flows straight from the source with no reheating or addition of water.
(age 12 or older)
(age 2 to 11)
|Business hours||Usage time|
|Tsubaki-no-Yu||400 yen||150 yen||6:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
(last admission 10:30 p.m.)
|Up to 1 hr.|