(打たせ湯） in Japanese.
The hot spring facilities at the Meitetsu Inuyama Hotel also include a large indoor bath with a clear view of the outdoor garden and outdoor bath. Next to the indoor bath with its thermal mineral water is an icy cold bath. Many bathers like to cool their bodies immediately before or after cleansing their bodies in the spacious sauna room.
Urakuen, a gorgeous traditional Japanese garden, is on the grounds of the hotel. Anyone interested in Japanese tea culture should visit the wonderful and priceless centuries-old tea house within the garden. It is one of the most famous Japanese tea houses in all of Japan. Jo-an is the name of the historic building. It was designed by a feudal lord/tea master/monk who is connected with the beginnings of the Japanese tea ceremony. Only two tea houses in Japan are national treasures.You can enjoy drinking tea in the same environment that samurais, monks, and merchants did hundreds of years ago.