by MIKI Yoshihito
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Jozan Gensen Park 定山源泉公園

Located at the foot of the Tsukimi Bridge, this park was opened in the summer of 2005 to commemorate the 200th birthday of Miizumi Jozan, the ascetic monk who founded Jozankei Hot Springs. Visitors to the park can find a statue of him as well as a variety of hot springs, including a footbath and a bath where eggs can be boiled. These so-called "onsen-tamago" (hot spring boiled eggs) are a treat you can only get at Japanese hot springs.


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