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.
Hakone, with its rich spas, prospered as an important station right on Tokaido, the ancient road which connected Tokyo (then known as Edo) and the western region of Japan. It was also popular among celebrities from abroad during the Meiji period, and today still visited by many international holiday makers. Hakone is also close enough from Tokyo as a day-trip destination.
Yunessun is open from 9AM to 8PM, and it’s split up into two zones, one where bathing suits are permitted and one where they aren’t. You can enjoy various types of baths all day. It costs 1600 yen for children and 2900 yen for adults.
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.
Outside bath or Rotenburo experience is a way to enjoy your holiday in a place with magnificent view or intimate privacy. Here listed are 15 accommodations with private outside baths at romantic locations.
Have you ever had such an experience, disappointed with Japanese spas to be too crowded, commercialized, or not really natural. Nyuto Onsen located in a beech forests in a national park is a great place to change your idea whether you like Onsen or not.
Beautiful sceneries of wild nature and natural hot springs are some of the key features of Hokkaido. Here we have picked 20 spots where you can enjoy the best of both worlds – outdoor hot spring baths with magnificent views.
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.
We will introduce you 8 super sentos, a large bathhouse with many different services, from all around Japan. Here, you can enjoy the famous hot spring from each region of Japan without actually going there!
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.