Natural Sparkling Water in Kaneyama Town

Natural Sparkling Water in Kaneyama Town

Kaneyama Town is a scenic, rural town surrounded by woods.

One of the most famous things about Kaneyama Town is its well of naturally carbonated water.

Such water is rarely found in Japan. Small bubbles are infused into the water, giving it a gentle and smooth taste. Locals and visitors take empty bottles to the well to fill and take back home. There is a pot at the well that can be used to collect water from the base of the well. Pulling up water from the bottom with a rope definitely makes for a fun and unique experience!

Why don’t you try this natural sparkling water while enjoying the beautiful scenery in Kaneyama?

Venue Details

Venue Details
Website http://www.kaneyama-kankou.ne.jp/en/nathis/nathis.html
Contact

Kaneyama Town Tourism and Local Products Association

(+81) 241-42-7211

http://www.kaneyama-kankou.ne.jp/en/inquiry/inquiry.html

Best Season All Year
Parking Parking lot available across the road from the well
Access Details
Access Kaminoyama 5298-3, Oshio, Kaneyama Town, Onuma District, Fukushima Pref. 968-0326 View directions
Getting there

By Car: 1 hour drive from Aizu Bange I.C. exit off the Ban-etsu Expressway via Route 252

By Train: Take the Tadami Line train to Aizu Kawaguchi Station. Then take the Tadami Line Replacement Bus Service from Aizu Kawaguchi Station to Aizu Yokota Station (25 min). From there, walk for 1.1 km, or take a short taxi ride.
 

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