Gero Onsen is one of Japan’s three finest hot springs along with Kusatsu and Arima and is located in Gero City, Gifu Prefecture. It is located in the center of the Japan and is surrounded by the over 1,000 meter-high Hida mountain range. The area has a more than 1,000-year history as an old hot spring resort and is renowned for its therapeutic baths.
Only a short walk from Hida River, Japanese-style hotel Gero Onsen Fugaku Ryokan offers Free Wi-Fi, large indoor and outdoor hot spring baths(onsen), and spacious rooms with river views. Rooms offer a taste of Japan, featuring traditional tatami-mat floors and futon beds. We come with an LCD TV, a refrigerator and air-conditionor.
Fugaku offers onsens with river and mountain views, and onsen that can be rented for private use. Other facilities include a gift shop, karaoke and drinks vending machines.
Guests can enjoy private breakfast and dinners, which are served in guest's rooms. The meals feature a variety of fresh local culinary delights.
Fugaku offers a free pick-up service from Gero Station, a 10-minute walk away. Fugaku is a 15-minute walk from Onsen-ji Temple, and a 25-minute walk from the morning market and Gasyo Village.

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Legend of Gero Onsen

Legend says that a long time ago Gero hot spring was abundant with water, gaining popularity amongst the local people. However, all of a sudden the water completely stopped flowing from the source and this discouraged all the people in the village. One day then, an egret landed on the bank of Hida River and stood still day after day. A villager was so curious and he came to investigate and noticed that hot spring water was gushing out of the ground. The egret is thought to be the personification of Yakushi Nyorai the healing Buddha.
The transparent water retains a faint scent unique to this hot spring and the water feels silky to touch. The water from this spring is named “water of health” or “water of beauty” because it is said that the hot water promotes blood circulation, relieving fatigue and leaving the skin smooth.

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