・Nenbutsuji Temple: The main hall was built in 1712 and is the oldest building in Arima Onsen. The temple also features a 250-year-old tree, as well as magnificent moss and stones that offer a glimpse into the world of Japanese beauty.
・Tansansengen Park (carbonated hot spring): This park is home to one of the seven sources of Arima Onsen, and when you turn on the tap in the park, carbonated spring water comes out. If you turn on the faucet in the park, the water will come out. You can of course drink the water as it is, so you can taste the naturally occurring carbonated water, which is a very valuable experience.
・Mitsumori Store: This store specializes in rice crackers that have been loved by people for more than 100 years. The specialty is "Tansan rice crackers (made from carbonated water)," which contain no additives and are made using the carbonated spring water of Arima Onsen, and are so light and crispy that you can eat as many as you like.
・Kawakami Shoten (store): This store has been specializing in Tsukudani (food boiled in soy sauce and sugar) for over 400 years. Tsukudani is a traditional Japanese dish made by boiling soy sauce and sugar in sweet and spicy sauce, and this store has been keeping the traditional method alive. The traditional taste of the nationally famous Arima Sansho pepper is introduced here.
・Kin no Yu (Gold Footbath): When you are tired of walking around the Arima area, you can take a bath in a hot spring to relieve your fatigue. In this tour, we will introduce you to "footbath" spots where you can easily enjoy the real taste of hot spring. Don't be fooled into thinking it's just for your feet, but soaking your feet in hot spring water will relax your whole body.
・Tosen Goshobo (Japanese hotel): This is a long-established Japanese hotel that has been in business for over 800 years. It is said that the place has many fans among celebrities and cultural figures. A cup of coffee at the cafe inside will give you a taste of the prestigious atmosphere created by history.
・Yoshitakaya: You can find many unique souvenirs here. The owner has selected many Japanese goods, and it is fun just to look around.