Ginzan hot spring
Ginzan hot spring town was once became popular as a shooting spot for "Oshin" . "Oshin" is a popular Japanese drama in Asia. Ginzan hot spring was named after "Nobesawa silver mine", yet as a hot spring town, fountainhead naturally gushed out along the Ginzan river and built the hotels on it. The history of Nobesawa silver mine started from 1456 competed with "Ohmoti silver mine" and "Ikuno silver mine". Between 1624 and 1643 was the golden age when there were more than 20,000 people working in the silver mine. It closed its history in 1689 because of the collapse.
Properties:hydrogen sulfide (include salt)
Benefit:neuralgia, muscular pain, chronic digestive apparatus diseases, rheumatism, skin diseases, cuts
Hotels in Ginzan Onsen
Access to Ginzan Onsen
Access: JR Ohishida station -> 40 minutes by bus/ Yamagata highway Yamadata north IC -> 40km 60 minutes.