Nagano is a popular tourism area visited by many people yearly. The snowfall and cuisine are popular, but Nagano also has plenty of hot springs. Here are 8 recommended onsen areas in the prefecture! Please go to one that you think fits your needs.
Since Japanese people have a unique image of tattoos and people with them, many bathing facilities do not allow people with tattoos in their baths. However, here are some hot springs and bathhouses that do allow people with tattoos so you can have the best experience indulging in Japanese bathing culture here.
Tohoku is one of the remaining few places in Japan where you get to experience untouched nature and in this article we will be showcasing some wonderful hot springs that will bring you closer to mother nature.
Bathing in hot spring (onsen) is definitely one of the highlights of travelling Japan and bathing in an open air bath is an experience not to be missed, but some people may feel uncomfortable to go au naturel. Here are our 12 picks of outdoor hot baths you can try wearing bathing suits.
Within the Kansai area, lies famous and popular tourists spots like Kumano Kodo and there are hot springs nearby such sightseeing places, so one does not have an excuse not to head to an onsen for a soak after a long day of sightseeing.
There are so many things you can do in Japan, from cultural trips to outdoor adventures. These are some 20 things you should not miss out when visiting Japan. Of course, the list is just a small part of things you can do in Japan. So, do use this list to start planning for a longer list of things to do when you are in Japan.
You sometimes make an embarrassing or discourteous mistake when you try something new with having no clue of what to do in foreign countries. Here are tips for Japanese onsen (hot springs) to save you from icy stares.
Sometimes what we take it for granted isn’t that common in foreign countries. Because of abundant onsen hot springs across the nation, Japan has developed onsen-featured bath powders ! Here’s the short list of reducing daily stress magic powders, which are available at a super market or a drug store.