Onsen / Hot Springs

 

Following sections is design to give you famous Onsen / Hot Springs in Japan.

 

> Arima Onsen 有馬温泉

Arima Onsen is an onsen, or hot springs in Kita-ku, Kobe, Japan. This Onsen is still a hidden treasure of modern Kobe, behind Mount Rokkō. It attracts many Japanese who want tranquility with beautiful natural surroundings and yet easy access from the busy cities in the Kansai metropolitan area including Osaka.

 

> Kusatsu Onsen 草津温泉

Kusatsu Onsen is a hot spring resort located in Gunma Prefecture, Japan, northwest of Tokyo. It is a popular tourist destination. There are 13 public baths at Kusatsu Onsen. The small bathhouses that are free for both town residents and tourists are managed by the townspeople themselves.

 

> Dōgo Onsen 道後温泉

Dōgo Onsen is a hot spring in the city of Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture on the island of Shikoku, Japan.
Did you know: Dōgo Onsen is one of the oldest onsen hot springs in Japan, with a history stretching back over 1000 years.

 

> Hakone Onsen 箱根温泉

It is one of the popular hot spring areas located only one hour and a half away from Tokyo by car or train. There are many day spa facilities you can go easily and many shops to go in and buy souvenirs. Along the two rivers called Hayakawa River and Sukumogawa River, you will see different taste of accommodations from historic and well established ones or purely Japanese homey style to large scaled resort hotel.

 

> Hakone Miyanoshita Onsen 箱根宮ノ下温泉

Miyanoshita is an onsen in the town of Hakone, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. The hot springs have been an attraction for tourists and pleasure-seekers for hundreds of years going back to the beginning of the Edo period. The town is situated on a plateau in the Hayakawa River valley.

 

> Noboribetsu Onsen 登別温泉

It is recognized as the best Onsen in Hokkaido as far as access, notability, history, and quality goes. Hot spring quality includes sulfur and hydrogen sulfide which soften and lighten your skin, and also includes iron spring which has tremendous effect on your fatigue.

 

> Shibu Onsen 渋温泉

is one of famous and unique Hot Spring resort located in Nagano. Especially Jigokudani Noen Koen (Jigokudani Wild monkey park) is the only hot spring in a whorld where you can see wild monkey enjoy bathing.

 

> Ibusuki Onsen 指宿温泉

Ibusuki Onsen is a group of hot springs in the east of Ibusuki, Kagoshima in Japan, which includes Surigahama Onsen, Yajigayu Onsen, and Nigatsuden Onsen. 2,850,000 people visited in 2003, and 910,000 people stayed there. 90% of the water is used for industry.

 

> Beppu Onsen 別府温泉

Beppu Onsen is a group of hot springs in the city of Beppu, Ōita in Japan. Beppu Onsen is divided into eight major hot spring areas known as "Beppu Hatto". The most significant characteristic of Beppu's hot springs is the richness of its resources.

 

> Yufuin Onsen 由布院温泉

It is one of the popular hot spring areas located only one hour and a half away from Tokyo by car or train. There are many day spa facilities you can go easily and many shops to go in and buy souvenirs. Along the two rivers called Hayakawa River and Sukumogawa River, you will see different taste of accommodations from historic and well established ones or purely Japanese homey style to large scaled resort hotel.

 

Source: WiKI Pedia