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The onsen consists of seven establishments on the banks of the Mabuchigawa River, and was developed from the early Edo period. It was named a National Public Health Spa from the Ministry of the Environment in April 1994.
The Ryokufūsō establishment in Kindaichi was famed throughout Japan for being the home of a zashiki-warashi, but it burned to the ground in a fire on October 4, 2009.
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