|Name of film commission||Tottori Prefecture Film Commission|
|Location||Misasa-cho, Touhaku District, Tottori prefecture|
|Description||Misasa Onsen boasts the highest radon quantity of all the world’s hot springs and is also known as ‘the healing spring’, making this area a popular health resort. A kawara rotemburo at the riverside below the Misasa bridge lets you soak to the sound of a babbling brook. A number of other charming bridges, like the Kajika Bridge downstream and the Koitani Bridge upstream, make the ryokan section along the Misasa River a lovely place for a stroll. With the kajika frogs to welcome travelers in summer, and the national treasure of a temple at Mt Mitoku, this is a profoundly lush hot spring village.|
|Era of location (facility)||Post-war Showa era|
|Contact||411-4 Ａｉｏｉ-cho, Tottori City
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