The hot springs at Meiji Onsen were first discovered in the Edo period by local farmers who bathed there to cure their aches. The outstanding properties of this onsen soon earned it the name Meiji, which means "certain recovery from illness." The spring water is reddish, rich in iron, and naturally cold. You can alternate soaking in the heated bath and cooling down in the cold one.
The lodging faces the swift flow of the Oshidori-gakushi Falls and is just a 10-minute walk away from the suggestive Mishaka Pond.