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Yunotsu Hot Spring

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Little Historic Onsen Port Of Shimane 
Declared a World Heritage Site along with the nearby Iwami Silver Mine in 2007, the Yunotsu hot spring resort is a quiet little settlement well worth a visit. Sitting on the coast near the mine, Yunotsu was also a historically important port. To...

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Tsuchiyu Onsen in Fukushima

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A People-Friendly Hot Spring Village
Tsuchiyu Onsen is known as the birthplace for the "Tsuchiyu Kokeshi" — a unique type of wooden doll that originated from the Tohoku region during the late Edo period. Take a 25-minute bus ride from Fukushima to reach the charming hot spring villag...

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Kusatsu Onsen

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Bathe like royalty and experience the local longtime tradition of yumomi.
The healing power of Kusatsu Onsen is so treasured that Japan’s first, eighth and 10th shoguns had its thermal water shipped all the way to Tokyo so they could bathe in it.
The revered hot spring area in ...

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Oedo Onsen Monogatari in Sendai

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An indoor hot spring bath complex One of the most popular things to do in Japan is relaxing in a spa or natural hot spring bath called onsen. There are special onsen towns located on natural springs as well as onsen that make use of natural that is found in the city.
In Senda, you wi...

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Kusatu Onsen Getaway

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A Relaxing Escape From Tokyo
Just 4 hours away from the big city of Tokyo is the small getaway town Kusatsu located in the middle of nature and away from all the skyscrapers and loudness of the city.
There are two main ways to get there: by Train or by JR bus, we choose going by bus ...

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Manza Onsen

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Hiking In Summer; Skiing In Winter; But The Milky, Acidic Onsen Is Good Year Round.
 
There comes a point each summer in Tokyo when you just cannot take another day of the combination of the oppressive heat and humidity, and you’ve just got to get out of the city to escape to a ...

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Tamatsukuri Onsen

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Traditional Japanese Atmosphere In The Hot Spring Town
Matsue has two areas famous for its natural hot spring water. These hot springs are rated highly in Japan for health and beautifying of skin and can be enjoyed in free natural foot spas, day trip hot springs (where you can bathe ...

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Ikaho Hotspring Baths

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JAPAN GUIDE
 
Ikaho is one of Gunma Prefecture's most renowned onsen. While not as famous as nearby Kusatsu, Ikaho's baths are nevertheless a unique experience due to the unusually high iron content of their hot spring water, which gives the water a reddish brown color and metallic taste.
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Obama Onsen

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Feeling hot, hot, hot.
 
On the eastern side of the Shimabara peninsula sits Obama Onsen, home to some of the hottest spring waters and the longest foot bath in Japan. Looking out over Tachibana Bay, it’s also one of the most popular places in the area to catch a spectacular sun...

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Yumoto Onsen

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JAPAN GUIDE
 
Yumoto (湯元, literally "origin of hot water") is a small hot spring town in the back of Okunikko and part of Nikko National Park. The town is attractively located next to Lake Yunoko (lit. "hot water lake") and consists mainly of ryokan with hot spring baths.
North of the town stan...

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