1. Noboribetsu Hot Springs [Hokkaido]e-stay.jp
In addition to the Jigokudani and Kumabokujou tourist facilities, the Sengen park illumination is held in the Noboribetsu hot springs during winter. Warm up in the hot springs and enjoy the attractions in the snow.
2. Nyuto Hot Springs [Akita]lagattina.exblog.jp
The accommodations of the Nyuto hot springs are within a sea of trees and you can enjoy going to each inn to look at the snow and compare the different kinds of water using the “hot water tour guide”.
3. Zao Hot Springs [Yamagata]4travel.jp
The Zao Hot Springs is said to be a hot spring resort that has a good scale and history in Tohoku. The hot springs will pamper you while you are sightseeing the icicles on the trees.
4. Onogawa Hot Springs [Yamagata]onlyfor.cocolog-nifty.com
Onogawa hot springs is a hot spring in Ononokomachi Yukari going upstream from the Mogami river and located at the Otarugawa river bank. It is a nostalgic Japanese original scenery that will relax your heart.
5. Okukinu Hot Springs Village [Tochigi]allabout.co.jp
The Okukinu hot springs has an inn with four hot springs that is near the upstream area of the Okukinu river. There are a number of natural treasures here, such as the Yuzawa fountain tower.
6. Manza Hot Springs [Gunma]hotel.jp
Manza Onsen is a very famous hot spring resort with a ski area. Get warm in a warm spa after a day of playing in the snow and skiing.
7. Shirahone Hot Springs [Nagano]onsen-blog.travel.biglobe.ne.jp
If you know the Shirahone hot springs, then you know it’s famous for its milky white water. It is visited by a lot of cultural figures for its hot spring cure. The quiet mountain scenery will make you forget about time.
8. Okuhida Hot Spring Village [Gifu]okuhida-fuyumonogatari.com
There are 5 hot springs in Okuhidaonsengo. It has convenient access from Takayama and Matsumoto, and there is also an express bus from Tokyo (Shinjuku). You will immediately lose the tiring feeling of everyday life when you leisurely soak in the hot spring that boasts abundant hot waters in the Northern Alps of Yamafutokoro.