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Easy access from Tokyo! Three hot springs perfect for day trips

Japan’s hot springs are not only popular among locals, they are becoming more popular with foreigners as a tourist attraction. However, there is an impression that hot springs require staying at a ryokan (Japanese style inn) or that they are difficult to use for those who are unfamiliar with them. …

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Experience the Ultimate in Relaxation! 3 Famous Local Onsens You Should Visit If You Come to the Chūgoku Region

Come visit a place where you can forget your work and everyday stress! Today, we’ll be shining our spotlight on the Chūgoku region, and introducing well-known hot springs where you can relax to the fullest. We’ll also be sharing information on some surprisingly unknown attractions and bargains. 1.Tamatsukuri Onsen Kasuien …

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Enjoy the best relaxing experience! Here are 3 popular onsen hot springs you must go when you visit the hot springs of Tochigi.

Onsen allows you to relax and forget about the stress of everyday life, and is popular among all regardless of age or gender no matter what era you are in! Today, we would like to guide you through 3 places in Tochigi Prefecture that we selected judging by the type …

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When You Visit Tohoku, Casually Visit These 3 Reasonable Hot Springs Recommended by Locals!

No matter where you go in Japan, every region is blessed with hot springs; but this guide introduces little-known hot springs particular to the Tohoku region that come recommended by locals. 1. Mt. Osore, Aomori Prefecture Mt. Osore is famous for its “itako,” blind women who are spiritual mediums; however, …

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The relaxing experience of a lifetime! A local guide to the three of the most famous onsen resorts you’ll want to visit in Shikoku.

Shikoku is home to numerous famous landmarks and tourist attractions, such as the famous “Shimanami Kaido Highway.” Here you’ll also find a host of other wonderful attractions, such as Marugame Castle, Matsuyama Castle, Uwajima Castle, and Kōchi Castle (all some of Japan’s original 12 castles), the Kotohira-gu and Kinsenji shrines, …

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